Definition of minidress in English:

minidress

Syllabification: min·i·dress
Pronunciation: /ˈminēˌdres
 
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noun

  • A very short dress.
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    • Everyone stared at her as the young woman strutted into the room, fingering a spaghetti strap of her red minidress with plunging neckline.
    • The latest print execution features two young women who are dressed in minidresses with the familiar Tower of London guard motif and carrying pikes, over the headline, ‘Make it a double.’
    • Christian Lacroix tried to give airy coats and lace minidresses a sun-bleached lightness, but the results often looked budget-restricted.

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