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    Rock a dress

    Dear all,


    What is the meaning "to rock a dress" and 'one piece' in a phrase below? The phrase is taken from a website relating dress and clothes. Thank you

    Girl knows how to rock a wrap dress ... and a barely-there one piece.

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    Re: Rock a dress

    If you "rock" a dress, you really know how to show it off. You wear it really well. It looks great on you!

    Google "wrap dress" and "one-piece" if you don't know what type of clothing they are.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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