couturier


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cou·tu·rier

 (ko͞o-to͝or′ē-ər, -ē-ā′, -tür-yā′)
n.
1. An establishment engaged in couture.
2. One who designs for or owns such an establishment.

[French, dressmaker, from Old French cousturier, from cousture, sewing; see couture.]

couturier

(kuːˈtʊərɪˌeɪ; French kutyrje)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a person who designs, makes, and sells fashion clothes for women
[from French: dressmaker; see couture]
couturière fem n

cou•tu•ri•er

(kuˈtʊər i ər, -iˌeɪ)

n.
a person who designs, makes, and sells custom-made clothes for women.
[1895–1900; < French, Old French]

couturier

A person who designs fashionable clothes and oversees the making and selling of them.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.couturier - someone who designs clothingcouturier - someone who designs clothing  
creator - a person who grows or makes or invents things
costume designer, costumer, costumier - someone who designs or supplies costumes (as for a play or masquerade)
Translations

couturier

[kuːˈtʊərɪˌeɪ] Nmodisto m

couturier

[kuˈtjʊərieɪ kuˈtʊərieɪ] n (= designer) → grand couturier m

couturier

nCouturier m

couturier

[kuːˈtʊərɪeɪ] ncouturier m inv
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This obligation cost her so much that she consulted her director, the Abbe Couturier, upon the subject of this honest but puerile civility.
I will consult my uncle and the Abbe Couturier," said Mademoiselle Cormon, returning to the salon, where the animation was now at its height.
It will leak out from the d'Esgrignon salon, and go straight to the bishop at Seez, and so get round through the grand vicars to the curate of Saint-Leonard's, who will be certain to tell it to the Abbe Couturier; and Mademoiselle Cormon will get the shot in her upper works.
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Paul University, Ottawa, has produced a carefully crafted, synthetic study of this European ecumenical team, inaugurated in 1937 by Abbe Paul Couturier (1881-1953), the father of "spiritual ecumenism." The dialogue group--not formally mandated by church authorities, composed of French-speaking members of the Eglise Reformee and the Roman Catholic Church--is a precursor of the official bilateral consultations.
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