What is the collective noun for Clothes?
The Collective nouns for Clothes are:
You can use those words like this:
- A bundle of clothes
- A suit of clothes
- A rack of clothes
- A closet of clothes
- An outfit of clothes
- A wardrobe of clothes
- A pile of clothes
- A roll of clothes
I also mentioned the purpose of usage of these word in a sentence, you can check this out too for good understanding.
Let me show you the meanings of these words:
Bundle: it means a number of things tied or wrapped together or a number of things that sold together.
- A bundle of papers/clothes/firewood.
Suit: The same set of clothes made of same cloth, also including a jacket and pant.
- For example, a business suit
Rack: Its one type of self where you put hangers with clothes
Closet: A small room or a space in a wall with a door used to store clothes or any other things.
- Clothes hanging in the closet
Outfit: The set of clothes that wear together for a particular program or purpose or occasion.
- A wedding outfit
Wardrobe: Generally its mean a large wall mounted box type furniture or cupboard for hanging clothes. But it can also mean the clothes that a person has.
- Everything you need is a winter wardrobe.
Pile: A number of things placed over one another. Like, clothes, books etc.
- A pile of clothes or books.
Roll: A long piece of cloth that has been wrapped around itself.
- A roll of white cloth.
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What is the collective noun for computers?
The collective nouns for computers are:
- Crash (For the crash of system purpose only)
- Cloud (For some cases you can use it, but my recommendation is to use other words)
You can use:
- A network of computers
- A cluster of computers
- The crash of computers
- A bank of computers
The meaning of these words:
Network: A number of computers and other devices that are connected to each other.
- A distribution network
Cluster: A same group of things.
Crash: A sudden failure of a computer system
Bank: A row or series of the same kind of machines like a computer.
Cloud: In dictionaries, there is no proper meaning related to denote a group of computers but in general sense or group of some things you can use this word