Definition of garment in English:

garment

Syllabification: gar·ment
Pronunciation: /ˈɡärmənt
 
/

noun

An item of clothing.
More example sentences
  • Junior clothing offers a wallop of trendy style but the garments are cut small for a junior figure.
  • He and his wife both work in a factory producing garments for a UK clothing shop.
  • All the dresses and garments were well made, but I just can't see the theme of this collection.
Synonyms
item of clothing, article of clothing
informal getup
informal gear, togs, duds, threads
formal apparel

Origin

Middle English: from Old French garnement 'equipment', from garnir 'equip' (see garnish).

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