Dresser meaning

drĕs'ər
A cupboard or set of shelves for dishes or kitchen utensils.
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One that dresses.

A careful dresser.

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A wardrobe assistant, as for an actor.
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A chest of drawers often supporting a mirror and typically used for holding clothes and personal items.
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A person who dresses another; esp., one who helps actors and actresses put on their costumes.
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A person who dresses something, as store windows, leather, wounds, etc.
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A person who dresses elegantly or in a certain way.

A fancy dresser.

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A cupboard for dishes and kitchen utensils.
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A chest of drawers, typically with a mirror.
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An item of kitchen furniture, like a cabinet with shelves, for storing crockery or utensils.
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An item of bedroom furniture, like a low chest of drawers, often with a mirror.
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(dated) A table or bench on which meat and other things are dressed, or prepared for use.
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(mining) A kind of pick for shaping large coal.
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Origin of dresser

  • Middle English dressour table for preparing food from Old French dreceur from drecier to set up, arrange dress
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Old French dresseur, from the verb dresser.
    From Wiktionary
  • From dress +‎ -er.
    From Wiktionary