Definition of tux in English:

tux

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Pronunciation: /tʌks
 
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noun

informal , chiefly North American
  • A tuxedo.
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    • People in everything from long gowns and tuxes to blue jeans and baseball caps were waiting patiently to see the show of their choice.
    • He snapped his fingers and he was suddenly clad in a sapphire tux with top hat to match her dress.
    • If it's a classic tux, it'll last you for years and should never go out of style.

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