Underdress meaning

ŭn'dər-drĕs'
Apparel worn beneath outer garments; underclothing.
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An outer garment, such as a dress beneath a tunic or coat, that is worn as part of a costume or suit.
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To dress too informally for an occasion.

Remember not to underdress for the wedding.

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To dress (oneself, for example) too informally for an occasion.

You don't want to be underdressed at the awards ceremony.

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To dress more plainly or informally than is indicated by the occasion.
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(intransitive) To dress in insufficiently warm clothes.
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(intransitive) To dress in insufficiently formal clothes.
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Origin of underdress

From under- +"Ž dress.