Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Garment"

The meaning of "Garment" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "Beautiful garments that speaks with a level of elegance and modesty in mind"

Is there another way to say that easier? "a level of elegance/modesty in mind" - What does this phrase mean exactly? mean?
A: (It can't be "garments" and "speaks" because of pluralization. Also, it's a little weird they say "elegance/modesty" because those aren't the same.)

"a level of" is the same as:
"a fair amount of"
"a good amount of"
"a decent amount of"
(maybe) "a touch of"
(maybe) "a degree of"

It means there is some, but not a huge amount. It's a way to sound restrained or careful. You use it when you don't want to exaggerate.
Q: What does garment mean?
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Q: What does loose garment mean?
A: When describing a character in a book, or describing a person to somebody you would say that they are wearing loose garment as a way of telling the person more about their physical appearance. :) I would say it is used every now and then. Haha
Q: What does sad-colored garments mean?
A: @kolijhen: Garments = clothes, but sad colors could mean dull colors such as grey
Q: What does garment district mean?
A: Garment = clothing
District = area

It's an area in LA with a lot of fashion-related stores.

Synonyms of "Garment" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between garment and clothes ?
A: Clothes is a general term. A garment refers to an individual item of clothing.

My friend is coming to visit so you can’t sit here naked. Put some clothes on!

She is a very stylish person. She always wears nice clothes.

This garment is made of silk so it costs more.

Q: What is the difference between garment and clothing and attire ?
A: A garment is a piece or item of clothing. People don't say "garment" very much; they say clothes or the name of the item, like skirt, slacks, scarf, coat, top. "Attire" is how you are dressed.


The proper dress for the evening concert is formal attire.

Women's garments (or clothing) are located on the 3rd floor of the store.

She wore a garment made of many-colored silk.

I don't have any winter clothes.

Your clothes are so fashionable!

The girl wore only cheap clothing (or clothes) from a second-hand store.

Are there any clothing (or clothes) stores in this mall?

Q: What is the difference between garment and clothes ?
A: I don't think there's a difference but its common to say clothes
Q: What is the difference between garment and clothes ?
A: There really isn't much difference. The word garment is a synonym to the word clothes. It's just a fancier way of saying it.
Q: What is the difference between garment and clothes ?
A: Garment is a piece of clothing. It is very uncommon to hear someone use that word.
"That piece of garment your wearing is very suiting."

Clothes is literally anything. You will most often hear someone use clothes than garments.

Translations of "Garment"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? garment bohat acha he , lekin mujhe fit nahi hua , mera size ke nahi the
A: The dress is nice but the size doesn’t fit me.

Other questions about "Garment"

Q: How do you normally call the garment used to cover ur buttock? I have been calling it underwear like forever. I was recently told that underwear also includes bras?? And there’s thermal underwear etc. The garment male used to cover their butts can be called briefs boxers briefs boxers and trunks etc. so I have gotten it all wrong. In Chinese we have word like 内衣which includes all clothes “inside”(briefs included). We also have word内裤which is the one i am so confused right now include briefs,boxers,boxer-briefs,trunks whatever the name is.
A: The word “underwear” includes any garment worn under other clothing. Women’s underwear includes bras and panties. Men’s underwear includes t-shirts (also called under shirts) and underpants (boxers, briefs, etc.). men normally refer to underpants as underwear.
Q: ‎The garment is basically a rectangular cloth folded in half. The front part is split in two and placed around the neck. These two front parts usually have symmetrical motifs. And the back part was divided into small sections and have a hierarchy.
Does this sound natural?
A: and the back part [is] divided into small sections and [has] a hierarchy

besides that, good job 👍
Q: This garment covers the trunk up to the hip, with collar and buttons. Does this sound natural?
A: I don't really understand what it means. Trunk is rarely used in this context. If you mean the main part of your body I would say "torso". And you can't really cover something with a collar and buttons. You could say something like "This garment covers the torso *down* to the hip and it includes a collar and buttons".
Q: Please be sure that the garment will be delivered within to day ?
Does this sound natural?
A: Yes, in general it does.

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