Pronunciation: (wôr'drōb), [key]
—n., v., -robed, -rob•ing.
1. a stock of clothes or costumes, as of a person or of a theatrical company.
2. a piece of furniture for holding clothes, now usually a tall, upright case fitted with hooks, shelves, etc.
3. a room or place in which to keep clothes or costumes.
4. the department of a royal or other great household charged with the care of wearing apparel.
5. See wardrobe trunk.
6. a department in a motion-picture or television studio in charge of supplying and maintaining costumes: Report to wardrobe right after lunch.
to provide with a wardrobe.
Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.