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tuxedo División en sílabas: tux·e·do
Pronunciación: /təkˈsēdō/

Definición de tuxedo en inglés:

sustantivo (plural tuxedos or tuxedoes)

chiefly North American
1A man’s dinner jacket.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • There were lots of blonde women in posh frocks and expensive-looking high heels and guys in dinner jackets or tuxedos or whatever you call them.
1.1A suit of formal evening clothes including a tuxedo.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Always eccentric, Dietrich put on trousers, tuxedos and men's suits long before other women dared.
  • Likewise, suits are worn by both men and women in most places of business, and tuxedos and evening gowns are worn at formal affairs
  • They had obviously been at a school formal or something like that, because they were wearing tuxedos and evening dresses.

Derivados

tuxedoed

1
adjetivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Gowned and tuxedoed patrons fill the halls to get a preview of the new ‘Riches of India ‘exhibit.’
  • On the 10th December the anniversary of the death of Alfred Nobel, two thousand dignitaries, tuxedoed and gowned, gather in the Stockholm Concert Hall.
  • The 1929 Chicago Book of Achievement published a photograph of Smith, seated, dressed in a tuxedo with a baton resting on his lap, surrounded by thirteen tuxedoed men, all carefully posed, instruments in hand.

Origen

Late 19th century: from Tuxedo Park, the site of a country club in New York, where it was first worn.

Palabras que riman con tuxedo

aikido, bushido, credo, Guido, Ido, libido, lido, speedo, teredo, torpedo

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