Outfit - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a set of clothing (with accessories) (syn: getup, rig, turnout)
- gear consisting of a set of articles or tools for a specified purpose (syn: kit)
She bought a new outfit for the party.
...the restaurant provides its waitstaff with themed outfits...
The company outfitted us with food and supplies.
...outfitted the scuba instructors handsomely with all new gear...
She did not wear the same outfit two days running.
Some of the modern outfits don't have brass.
He's carrying this entire outfit on his shoulders.
My outfit was sent to Italy during the war.
Members outfit themselves in Civil War clothing.
He has recently set up his own research outfit, which has as yet no name.
Silk outfit is perfect for that special day.
The ambulances have all been outfitted with new radios.
The rocket is outfitted with a container.
He outfitted in Phoenix, getting the best all-wool ready-made suit in Arizona.
She looks ridiculous in that outfit.
present participle: outfitting
past tense: outfitted
past participle: outfitted