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    "a red plain dress" OR "a plain red dress"

    Hello,

    When "plain" simply means 'no pattern', not 'simple' (opinion), should it be treated the same as "polka-dot" in "a yellow polka-dot bikini"

    a) a red plain dress

    b) a plain red dress


    The dress is red and it doesn't have any pattern.

    Best regard,

    Nawee

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    Re: "a red plain dress" OR "a plain red dress"

    It's a plain red dress.

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