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prêt-à-porter

prêt–à–porter

noun prêt–à–por·ter \ˌpret-ä-pr-ˈtā\

Definition of PRÊT-À-PORTER

:  ready-to-wear clothes

Variants of PRÊT-À-PORTER

prêt–à–por·ter or pret–a–por·ter \ˌpret-ä-pr-ˈtā\

Origin of PRÊT-À-PORTER

French, ready to wear
First Known Use: 1959

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