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Tanktop vs. Vest — What's the Difference?

Tanktop vs. Vest — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Tanktop and Vest

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Tanktop

Alternative spelling of tank top

Vest

A sleeveless garment, often having buttons down the front, worn usually over a shirt or blouse and sometimes as part of a three-piece suit.

Vest

A waist-length, sleeveless garment worn for protection
A warm down vest.
A bulletproof vest.

Vest

A fabric trim worn to fill in the neckline of a woman's garment; a vestee.

Vest

Chiefly British An undershirt.
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Vest

(Obsolete) An ecclesiastical vestment.

Vest

To place (authority, property, or rights, for example) in the control of a person or group, especially to give someone an immediate right to present or future possession or enjoyment of (an estate, for example). Used with in
Vested his estate in his daughter.

Vest

To invest or endow (a person or group) with something, such as power or rights. Used with with
Vested the council with broad powers.
Vests its employees with full pension rights after five years of service.

Vest

To clothe or robe, as in ecclesiastical vestments.

Vest

To become legally vested
Stock options that vest after the second year of employment.

Vest

To dress oneself, especially in ecclesiastical vestments.

Vest

(North America) A sleeveless garment that buttons down the front, worn over a shirt, and often as part of a suit; a waistcoat.

Vest

(British) A sleeveless garment, often with a low-cut neck, usually worn under a shirt or blouse.

Vest

A sleeveless top, typically with identifying colours or logos, worn by an athlete or member of a sports team.

Vest

Any sleeveless outer garment, often for a purpose such as identification, safety, or storage.

Vest

A vestment.

Vest

Clothing generally; array; garb.

Vest

A loose robe or outer garment worn historically by men in Arab or Middle Eastern countries.

Vest

(chiefly passive) To clothe with, or as with, a vestment, or garment; to dress; to robe; to cover, surround, or encompass closely.

Vest

To clothe with authority, power, etc.; to put in possession; to invest; to furnish; to endow; followed by with and the thing conferred.
To vest a court with power to try cases of life and death

Vest

To place or give into the possession or discretion of some person or authority; to commit to another; with in before the possessor.
The power of life and death is vested in the king, or in the courts.

Vest

(legal) To clothe with possession; also, to give a person an immediate fixed right of present or future enjoyment of.
To vest a person with an estate
An estate is vested in possession

Vest

(of an inheritance or a trust fund) To devolve upon the person currently entitled when a prior interest has ended.
Upon the death of the Sovereign the Crown automatically vests in the next heir without the need of coronation or other formality.

Vest

To become vested, to become permanent.
My pension vests at the end of the month and then I can take it with me when I quit.

Vest

(obsolete) To invest; to put.
To vest money in goods, land, or houses

Vest

An article of clothing covering the person; an outer garment; a vestment; a dress; a vesture; a robe.
In state attended by her maiden train,Who bore the vests that holy rites require.

Vest

Any outer covering; array; garb.
Not seldom clothed in radiant vestDeceitfully goes forth the morn.

Vest

Specifically, a waistcoat, or sleeveless body garment, for men, worn under the coat.

Vest

To clothe with, or as with, a vestment, or garment; to dress; to robe; to cover, surround, or encompass closely.
Came vested all in white, pure as her mind.
With ether vested, and a purple sky.

Vest

To clothe with authority, power, or the like; to put in possession; to invest; to furnish; to endow; - followed by with before the thing conferred; as, to vest a court with power to try cases of life and death.
Had I been vested with the monarch's power.

Vest

To place or give into the possession or discretion of some person or authority; to commit to another; - with in before the possessor; as, the power of life and death is vested in the king, or in the courts.
Empire and dominion was [were] vested in him.

Vest

To invest; to put; as, to vest money in goods, land, or houses.

Vest

To clothe with possession; as, to vest a person with an estate; also, to give a person an immediate fixed right of present or future enjoyment of; as, an estate is vested in possession.

Vest

To come or descend; to be fixed; to take effect, as a title or right; - followed by in; as, upon the death of the ancestor, the estate, or the right to the estate, vests in the heir at law.

Vest

A man's sleeveless garment worn underneath a coat

Vest

A collarless men's undergarment for the upper part of the body

Vest

Provide with power and authority;
They vested the council with special rights

Vest

Place (authority, property, or rights) in the control of a person or group of persons;
She vested her vast fortune in her two sons

Vest

Become legally vested;
The property vests in the trustees

Vest

Clothe oneself in ecclesiastical garments

Vest

Clothe formally; especially in ecclesiastical robes

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