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I dropped a dress size, it is simply meaning that to fit into dress.



 
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I dropped a dress size, it is simply meaning that to fit into dress. #1 (permalink) Thu Jun 17, 2010 9:51 am   I dropped a dress size, it is simply meaning that to fit into dress.
 

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ESL/EFL Test #844 "Dieting: Common Phrases (1)", question 8

My diet worked. I dropped a dress ......... and I look a lot better.

(a) size
(b) tape
(c) view
(d) marking

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #844 "Dieting: Common Phrases (1)", answer 8

My diet worked. I dropped a dress size and I look a lot better.

Correct answer: (a) size
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I dropped a dress size, it is simply meaning that to fit into dress.
Please give me a hand.
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I dropped a dress size, it is simply meaning that to fit into dress. #2 (permalink) Thu Jun 17, 2010 16:18 pm   I dropped a dress size, it is simply meaning that to fit into dress.
 

Hi Savath,
No, drop a dress size means to go down a clothing size.
For example: A woman may have been a size 12 and now she's a size 10 because she lost some weight.
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