- a long dress, typically having a close-fitting bodice and a flared or flowing skirt, worn on formal occasions；a dressing gown.
- be dressed in a gown
noun: gown, plural noun: gowns
verb: gown, 3rd person present: gowns, gerund or present participle: gowning, past participle: gowned
- 1. a long dress, typically having a close-fitting bodice and a flared or flowing skirt, worn on formal occasions a silk ball gown
- ▪ a dressing gown.
- ▪ a protective garment worn in hospital, either by a staff member during surgery or by a patient.
- ▪ a loose cloak indicating one's profession or status, worn by a lawyer, teacher, academic, or college student.
- ▪ the members of a college as distinct from the permanent residents of the college town efforts are underway to improve town-gown relations
- 1. be dressed in a gown she was gowned in luminous silk
就是"更衣室". 但是,在外國他們不會用"gowning room",而是用"changing room" (A changing room...
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I want my wedding gown in Cathedral style (with about 10 feets of the gown touching...