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Dress in English
put on clothing; put clothes onto another person; fall into line; prepare food for cooking; decorate one-piece outfit worn by women or girls; clothing, apparel; formal clothes of clothing or dress; of a formal occasion; requiring formal clothes

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Dress in Greek
ενδύω, ντύνω, ενδύομαι ενδυμασία, φόρεμα, φουστάνι

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Dress in Chinese (s)
给...穿衣, 整理; 穿衣; 穿晚礼服; 打扮; 整队 女装; 衣服; 连衣裙; 服装 连衣裙的

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Dress in Chinese (t)
給...穿衣, 整理; 穿衣; 穿晚禮服; 打扮; 整隊 女裝; 衣服; 連衣裙; 服裝 連衣裙的

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Dress in Arabic
لبس, ارتدى, ضمد, انتظم, أعد الدجاج, زين, كسا, ملابس, هيأ, أعد, مشط, طرى, سمد ثوب, فستان, رصف, رداء, كساء, ملابس رسمية كسائي

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Dress in Spanish
vestir a, arropar, proveer con ropa, trajear; condimentar, sazonar; vestirse, enfundarse; acicalar, embellecer vestido, atavío, atuendo, traje, traje de mujer de gala (uniforme); de etiqueta; general (ensayo); relativo a la vestimenta, a la moda

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Dress in Russian
одевать, наряжать, одеваться, наряжаться; украшать, украшаться; приготовлять, приправлять; причесывать, делать прическу; перевязывать, перевязать; подстригать, подрезать, обрабатывать; унавоживать, удобрять; чистить, шлифовать одежда, платье, парадный мундир, одеяние; внешний покров, оперение парадный, плательный

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Dress in Dutch
aankleden; zich aankleden; in de rij staan; een gerecht klaarmaken; versieren japon, jurk feestelijk, officieel, van kleding

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Dress in Portuguese
vestir; alinhar a; temperar; enfeitar vestido; traje, vestuário festivo, oficial, relativo à vestimenta

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Dress in Turkish
giymek, giydirmek, giydirip kuşatmak, süslemek, giyinmek, resmi giyinmek, gece elbisesi giymek; şekil vermek; pansuman yapmak; hizalanmak elbise, giysi, kıyafet, kılık, giyim, üst baş

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Dress in Italian
vestire; addobbare, ornare, decorare; pettinare, acconciare; (Med) medicare, bendare, fasciare; preparare, pulire; (Gastr) condire; (Mil) mettere in riga, allineare; (Agr) coltivare; concimare abito, vestito; abbigliamento, vestiti, abiti; foggia, moda; abito da cerimonia; modo di vestire; (Ornit) piumaggio; (fig) veste, forma; (Mil) divisa, uniforme, tenuta da cerimonia; di gala

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Dress in French
habiller; s'habiller; s'aligner; apprêter,accommoder; décorer robe; habit solennel, officiel; d'apparat

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Dress in German
kleiden; ankleiden; dekorieren; versorgen (Wunde); zubereiten (Speisen); bearbeiten (Steine, Holz) Kleid; Bekleidung gekleidet, angezogen; feierlich gekleidet

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Dress in Japanese
服を着せる; 身じたくさせる; 正装する; 手入れする; 飾り立てる; 下ごしらえをする ドレス; ワンピース; 洋服; 服装; 婦人服; 装い 衣服用の; 正装用の; 礼服着用の

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Dress in Hebrew
להלביש; להתלבש; להסתדר בשורה; להכין לבישול; לקשט שמלה; לבוש; לבוש ערב חגיגי, רשמי, של לבוש

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Dress in Korean
옷을 입히다; 옷을 입다; 대열을 짓다, 정렬시키다 (군사); 요리준비를 하다; 장식하다 드레스, 원피스; 옷, 의복, 의상; 정장 옷의; 드레스의, 원피스의; 예복용의; 정장이 요구되는

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Dress in Swedish
ha på sig; klä på sig; ordna i rader; tillreda, anrätta (maträtt); dekorera dräkt, klänning festlig, utstyrd, klädes-

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Dress in English
dress
\dress\ (?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. dressed (?) or drest; p. pr. & vb. n. dressing.] [of. drecier to make straight, raise, set up, prepare, arrange, f. dresser. (assumed) ll. directiare, fr. l. dirigere, directum, to direct; dis- + regere to rule. see right, and cf. address, adroit, direct, dirge.]
1. to direct; to put right or straight; to regulate; to order. [obs.] at all times thou shalt bless god and pray him to dress thy ways.
note: dress is used reflexively in old english, in sense of "to direct one's step; to address one's self." to grisild again will i me dresse.
2. (mil.) to arrange in exact continuity of line, as soldiers; commonly to adjust to a straight line and at proper distance; to align; as, to dress the ranks.
3. (med.) to treat methodically with remedies, bandages, or curative appliances, as a sore, an ulcer, a wound, or a wounded or diseased part.
4. to adjust; to put in good order; to arrange; specifically: (a) to prepare for use; to fit for any use; to render suitable for an intended purpose; to get ready; as, to dress a slain animal; to dress meat; to dress leather or cloth; to dress or trim a lamp; to dress a garden; to dress a horse, by currying and rubbing; to dress grain, by cleansing it; in mining and metallurgy, to dress ores, by sorting and separating them. and the lord god took the man, and put him into the garden of eden to dress it. ii. 15. when he dresseth the lamps he shall burn incense. xxx. 7. three hundred horses smoothly dressed. dressing their hair with the white sea flower. if he felt obliged to expostulate, he might have dressed his censures in a kinder form. arlyle. (b) to cut to proper dimensions, or give proper shape to, as to a tool by hammering; also, to smooth or finish. (c) to put in proper condition by appareling, as the body; to put clothes upon; to apparel; to invest with garments or rich decorations; to clothe; to deck. dressed myself in such humility. -- shak. prove that ever idress myself handsome till thy return. (d) to break and train for use, as a horse or other animal.

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 dress goods 
 to dress on the center 
 court dress 
 diving dress 
 dress up 
 dress rehearsal 
 dress parade 
 magazine dress 
 wedding dress 
 dinner dress 
 window-dress 
 dress coat 
 to dress to the left 
 dress down 
 to dress a ship 
 dress circle 

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This subject includes the following particulars:
→ Materials;
→ Color and decoration;
→ Name, form, and mode of wearing the various articles;
→ Special usages relating thereto.
→ Materials .-After the first "apron" of fig leaves, (Genesis 3:7) the skins of animals were used for clothing. (Genesis 3:21) Such was the "mantle" worn by Elijah. Pelisses of sheepskin still form an ordinary article of dress in the East. The art of weaving hear was known to the Hebrews at an early period, (Exodus 25:4; 26:7) and wool was known earlier still. (Genesis 38:12) Their acquaintance with linen and perhaps cotton dates from the captivity in Egypt, (1 Chronicles 4:21) silk was introduced much later. (Revelation 18:12) The use of mixed material, such as wool and flax, was forbidden. (Leviticus 19:19; 22:11)
→ Color and decoration.-The prevailing color of the Hebrew dress was the natural white of the materials employed, which might be brought to a high state of brilliancy by the art of the fuller. (Mark 9:3) The notice of scarlet thread, (Genesis 38:28) implies some acquaintance with dyeing. The elements of ornamentation were- (1) weaving with threads previously dyed, (Exodus 35:25) (2) the introduction of gold thread or wire, (Exodus 27:6) ff; (3) the addition of figures. Robes decorated with gold, (Psalms 45:13) and with silver thread, cf. (Acts 12:21) were worn by royal personages; other kinds of embroidered robes were worn by the wealthy, (Judges 5:30; Psalms 45:14; Ezekiel 16:13) as well as purple, (Proverbs 31:22; Luke 16:19) and scarlet. (2 Samuel 1:24)
→ The names, forms, and modes of wearing the robes.- The general characteristics of Oriental dress have preserved a remarkable uniformity in all ages: the modern Arab dresses much as the ancient Hebrew did. The costume of the men and women was very similar; there was sufficient difference, however, to mark the sex, and it was strictly forbidden to a woman to wear the appendages, such as the staff, signet-ring, and other ornaments, of a man; as well as to a man to wear the outer robe of a woman. (22:5) We shall first describe the robes which were common to the two sexes, and then those which were peculiar to women. (1) The inner garment was the most essential article of dress. It was a closely-fitting garment, resembling in form and use our shirt, though unfortunately translate "coat" in the Authorized Version. The material of which it was made was either wool, cotton or linen. It was without sleeves, and reached only to the knee. Another kind reached to the wrists and ankles. It was in either case kept close to the body by a girdle, and the fold formed by the overlapping of the robe served as an inner pocket. A person wearing the inner garment alone was described as naked. (2) There was an upper or second tunic, the difference being that it was longer than the first. (3) the linen cloth appears to have been a wrapper of fine linen, which might be used in various ways, but especially as a night-shirt. (Mark 14:51) (4) The outer garment consisted of a quadrangular piece of woollen cloth, probably resembling in shape a Scotch plaid. The size and texture would vary with the means of the wearer. It might be worn in various ways, either wrapped round the body or thrown over the shoulders like a shawl, with the ends or "skirts" hanging down in front; or it might be thrown over the head, so as to conceal the face. (2 Samuel 15:30; Esther 6:12) The ends were skirted with a fringe and bound with a dark purple ribbon, (Numbers 15:38) it was confined at the waist by a girdle. The outer garment was the poor man's bed clothing. (Exodus 22:26,27) The dress of the women differed from that of the men in regard to the outer garment, the inner garment being worn equally by both sexes. (Song of Solomon 5:3) Among their distinctive robes we find a kind of shawl, (Ruth 3:15; Isaiah 3:22) light summer dresses of handsome appearance and ample dimensions,a nd gay holiday dresses. (Isaiah 3:24) The garments of females were terminated by an ample border of fringe (skirts, Authorized Version), which concealed the feet. (Isaiah 47:2; Jeremiah 13:22) The travelling cloak referred to by St. Paul, (2 Timothy 4:13) is generally identified with the Roman paenula . It is, however, otherwise explained as a travelling-case for carrying clothes or books. The coat of many colors worn by Joseph, (Genesis 37:3,23) is variously taken to be either a "coat of divers colors" or a tunic furnished with sleeves and reaching down to the ankles. The latter is probably the correct sense.
→ Special usages relating to dress.-The length of the dress rendered it inconvenient for active exercise; hence the outer garments were either left in the house by a person working close by, (Matthew 24:18) or were thrown off when the occasion arose, (Mark 10:50) or, if this were not possible, as in the case of a person travelling, they were girded up. (1 Kings 18:46; 1 Peter 1:13) On entering a house the upper garment was probably laid aside, and resumed on going out. (Acts 12:8) In a sitting posture, the garments concealed the feet; this was held to be an act of reverence. (Isaiah 6:2) The number of suits possessed by the Hebrews was considerable: a single suit consisted of an under and upper garment. The presentation of a robe in many instances amounted to installation or investiture, (Genesis 41:42; Esther 8:15; Isaiah 22:21) on the other hand, taking it away amounted to dismissal from office. 2 Macc. 4:38. The production of the best robe was a mark of special honor in a household. (Luke 15:22) The number of robes thus received or kept in store for presents was very large, and formed one of the main elements of wealth in the East, (Job 22:6; Matthew 6:19; James 5:2) so that to have clothing implied the possession of wealth and power. (Isaiah 3:6,7) On grand occasions the entertainer offered becoming robes to his guests. The business of making clothes devolved upon women in a family. (Proverbs 31:22; Acts 9:39) little art was required in what we may term the tailoring department; the garments came forth for the most part ready made from the loom, so that the weaver supplanted the tailor.
  

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For the general concept of dress, see Clothing. For other uses, see Dress (disambiguation). "Dresses" redirects here. For the song by Betty Blowtorch, see Betty Blowtorch#Discography.

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(n.) See nightie.

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ornatus, exuviae

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Noun
1. a one-piece garment for a woman; has skirt and bodice
(synonym) frock
(hypernym) garment
(hyponym) caftan, kaftan
(part-meronym) bodice
2. clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion; "formal attire"; "battle dress"
(synonym) attire, garb
(hypernym) clothing, article of clothing, vesture, wear
(hyponym) ao dai
(derivation) dress up
3. clothing in general; "she was refined in her choice of apparel"; "he always bought his clothes at the same store"; "fastidious about his dress"
(synonym) apparel, wearing apparel, clothes
(hypernym) clothing, article of clothing, vesture, wear
(derivation) preen, primp, plume
Verb
1. put on clothes; "we had to dress quickly"; "dress the patient"; "Can the child dress by herself?"
(synonym) get dressed
(antonym) undress, discase, uncase, unclothe, strip, strip down, disrobe, peel
(hypernym) change
(hyponym) dress up, fig out, fig up, deck up, gussy up, fancy up, trick up, deck out, trick out, prink, attire, get up, rig out, tog up, tog out, overdress
(see-also) dress up, fig out, fig up, deck up, gussy up, fancy up, trick up, deck out, trick out, prink, attire, get up, rig out, tog up, tog out, overdress
(verb-group) clothe, enclothe, garb, raiment, tog, garment, habilitate, fit out, apparel
(derivation) apparel, wearing apparel, clothes
2. provide with clothes or put clothes on; "Parents must feed and dress their child"
(synonym) clothe, enclothe, garb, raiment, tog, garment, habilitate, fit out, apparel
(antonym) undress, discase, uncase, unclothe, strip, strip down, disrobe, peel
(hypernym) change state, turn
(hyponym) prim, prim up, prim out
(verb-group) get dressed
(derivation) apparel, wearing apparel, clothes
3. put a finish on; "dress the surface smooth"
(hypernym) finish
4. dress in a certain manner; "She dresses in the latest Paris fashion"; "he dressed up in a suit and tie"
(synonym) dress up
(hypernym) get dressed
(hyponym) vest
(verb-group) dress up, fig out, fig up, deck up, gussy up, fancy up, trick up, deck out, trick out, prink, attire, get up, rig out, tog up, tog out, overdress
(derivation) attire, garb
5. dress or groom with elaborate care; "She likes to dress when going to the opera"
(synonym) preen, primp, plume
(hypernym) dress up, fig out, fig up, deck up, gussy up, fancy up, trick up, deck out, trick out, prink, attire, get up, rig out, tog up, tog out, overdress
(verb-group) get dressed
(derivation) apparel, wearing apparel, clothes
6. kill and prepare for market or consumption; "dress a turkey"
(synonym) dress out
(hypernym) cook, fix, ready, make, prepare
(entail) kill
(verb-group) trim, garnish
(derivation) stuffing, dressing
7. arrange in ranks; "dress troops"
(synonym) line up
(hypernym) position
8. decorate (food), as with parsley or other ornamental foods
(synonym) trim, garnish
(hypernym) decorate, adorn, grace, ornament, embellish, beautify
(verb-group) dress out
9. provide with decoration; "dress the windows"
(synonym) decorate
(hypernym) arrange, set up
10. put a dressing on; "dress the salads"
(hypernym) put on, apply
(verb-group) trim, garnish
(derivation) dressing, salad dressing
(classification) cooking, cookery, preparation
11. cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of; "dress the plants in the garden"
(synonym) snip, clip, crop, trim, lop, prune, cut back
(hypernym) thin out
(hyponym) shear
12. cut down rough-hewn (lumber) to standard thickness and width
(hypernym) pare, trim
13. convert into leather; "dress the tanned skins"
(hypernym) convert, change over
(derivation) dressing
14. apply a bandage or medication to; "dress the victim's wounds"
(hypernym) treat, care for
(hyponym) poultice, plaster
(derivation) dressing, medical dressing
(classification) medicine, practice of medicine
15. give a neat appearance to; "groom the dogs"; "dress the horses"
(synonym) groom, curry
(hypernym) beautify, embellish, prettify
(verb-group) arrange, set, do, coif, coiffe, coiffure
16. arrange attractively; "dress my hair for the wedding"
(synonym) arrange, set, do, coif, coiffe, coiffure
(hypernym) groom, neaten
(hyponym) bob
(verb-group) groom, curry
Adjective
1. suitable for formal occasions; "formal wear"; "a full-dress uniform"; "dress shoes"
(synonym) full-dress
(similar) formal
2. (of an occasion) requiring formal clothes; "a dress dinner"; "a full-dress ceremony"
(synonym) full-dress
(similar) formal


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gúna
I dress (a person): cuirim éadaí (ar dhuine)

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Arwylwisg = n. mourning dress Boreuwisg = n. morning dress Cyweirio = v. to correct, to rectify; to dress; to tune Dilladu = v. to clothe, to dress Dywisgo = v. to dress Galarwisg = a. mourning dress Gwisg = n. a garment, dress Gwisgo = v. to dress, to put on Hatru = v. to cover, to dress Penwisg = n. a head dress Swrwd = n. shreds; dress; fragment Teiliwr = n. dress maker, a tailor Trws = n. covering, dress Trwsiad = n. a dressing; dress Trwsiadu = v. to clothe, to dress Trwsio = v. to dress, to deck

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Fingertips rest on the chest. Both hands are brought down simultaneously. Action is repeated several times.

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Fear of undressing in front of someone

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to sharpen or repair items of equipment (as drilling bits and tool joints).

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Dress Barn, Inc. (The)
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Operates chain of off-price women's apparel stores offering career fashions such as sportswear, dresses, suits, blazers and accessories to working women.

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(v. t.)
To treat methodically with remedies, bandages, or curative appliances, as a sore, an ulcer, a wound, or a wounded or diseased part.
   (v. t.)
To put in proper condition by appareling, as the body; to put clothes upon; to apparel; to invest with garments or rich decorations; to clothe; to deck.
   (v. t.)
To direct; to put right or straight; to regulate; to order.
   (v. t.)
To cut to proper dimensions, or give proper shape to, as to a tool by hammering; also, to smooth or finish.
   (v. t.)
To break and train for use, as a horse or other animal.
   (v. t.)
To arrange in exact continuity of line, as soldiers; commonly to adjust to a straight line and at proper distance; to align; as, to dress the ranks.
   (v. t.)
To adjust; to put in good order; to arrange; specifically: (a) To prepare for use; to fit for any use; to render suitable for an intended purpose; to get ready; as, to dress a slain animal; to dress meat; to dress leather or cloth; to dress or trim a lamp; to dress a garden; to dress a horse, by currying and rubbing; to dress grain, by cleansing it; in mining and metallurgy, to dress ores, by sorting and separating them.
   (v. i.)
To clothe or apparel one's self; to put on one's garments; to pay particular regard to dress; as, to dress quickly.
   (v. i.)
To arrange one's self in due position in a line of soldiers; -- the word of command to form alignment in ranks; as, Right, dress!
   (n.)
The system of furrows on the face of a millstone.
   (n.)
That which is used as the covering or ornament of the body; clothes; garments; habit; apparel.
   (n.)
Attention to apparel, or skill in adjusting it.
   (n.)
A lady's gown; as, silk or a velvet dress.
  

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dressed flashily, but in poor taste
be elaborately overdressed something made out to be better than it really is

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(1.) Materials used. The earliest and simplest an apron of fig-leaves sewed together (Gen. 3:7); then skins of animals (3:21). Elijah's dress was probably the skin of a sheep (2 Kings 1:8). The Hebrews were early acquainted with the art of weaving hair into cloth (Ex. 26:7; 35:6), which formed the sackcloth of mourners. This was the material of John the Baptist's robe (Matt. 3:4). Wool was also woven into garments (Lev. 13:47; Deut. 22:11; Ezek. 34:3; Job 31:20; Prov. 27:26). The Israelites probably learned the art of weaving linen when they were in Egypt (1 Chr. 4:21). Fine linen was used in the vestments of the high priest (Ex. 28:5), as well as by the rich (Gen. 41:42; Prov. 31:22; Luke 16:19). The use of mixed material, as wool and flax, was forbidden (Lev. 19:19; Deut. 22:11). (2.) Colour. The prevailing colour was the natural white of the material used, which was sometimes rendered purer by the fuller's art (Ps. 104:1, 2; Isa. 63:3; Mark 9:3). The Hebrews were acquainted with the art of dyeing (Gen. 37:3, 23). Various modes of ornamentation were adopted in the process of weaving (Ex. 28:6; 26:1, 31; 35:25), and by needle-work (Judg. 5:30; Ps. 45:13). Dyed robes were imported from foreign countries, particularly from Phoenicia (Zeph. 1:8). Purple and scarlet robes were the marks of the wealthy (Luke 16:19; 2 Sam. 1:24). (3.) Form. The robes of men and women were not very much different in form from each other. (a) The "coat" (kethoneth), of wool, cotton, or linen, was worn by both sexes. It was a closely-fitting garment, resembling in use and form our shirt (John 19:23). It was kept close to the body by a girdle (John 21:7). A person wearing this "coat" alone was described as naked (1 Sam. 19:24; Isa. 20:2; 2 Kings 6:30; John 21:7); deprived of it he would be absolutely naked. (b) A linen cloth or wrapper (sadin) of fine linen, used somewhat as a night-shirt (Mark 14:51). It is mentioned in Judg. 14:12, 13, and rendered there "sheets." (c) An upper tunic (meil), longer than the "coat" (1 Sam. 2:19; 24:4; 28:14). In 1 Sam. 28:14 it is the mantle in which Samuel was enveloped; in 1 Sam. 24:4 it is the "robe" under which Saul slept. The disciples were forbidden to wear two "coats" (Matt. 10:10; Luke 9:3). (d) The usual outer garment consisted of a piece of woollen cloth like a Scotch plaid, either wrapped round the body or thrown over the shoulders like a shawl, with the ends hanging down in front, or it might be thrown over the head so as to conceal the face (2 Sam. 15:30; Esther 6:12). It was confined to the waist by a girdle, and the fold formed by the overlapping of the robe served as a pocket (2 Kings 4:39; Ps. 79:12; Hag. 2:12; Prov. 17:23; 21:14). Female dress. The "coat" was common to both sexes (Cant. 5:3). But peculiar to females were (1) the "veil" or "wimple," a kind of shawl (Ruth 3:15; rendered "mantle," R.V., Isa. 3:22); (2) the "mantle," also a species of shawl (Isa. 3:22); (3) a "veil," probably a light summer dress (Gen. 24:65); (4) a "stomacher," a holiday dress (Isa. 3:24). The outer garment terminated in an ample fringe or border, which concealed the feet (Isa. 47:2; Jer. 13:22). The dress of the Persians is described in Dan. 3:21. The reference to the art of sewing are few, inasmuch as the garments generally came forth from the loom ready for being worn, and all that was required in the making of clothes devolved on the women of a family (Prov. 31:22; Acts 9:39). Extravagance in dress is referred to in Jer. 4:30; Ezek. 16:10; Zeph. 1:8 (R.V., "foreign apparel"); 1 Tim. 2:9; 1 Pet. 3:3. Rending the robes was expressive of grief (Gen. 37:29, 34), fear (1 Kings 21:27), indignation (2 Kings 5:7), or despair (Judg. 11:35; Esther 4:1). Shaking the garments, or shaking the dust from off them, was a sign of renunciation (Acts 18:6); wrapping them round the head, of awe (1 Kings 19:13) or grief (2 Sam. 15:30; casting them off, of excitement (Acts 22:23); laying hold of them, of supplication (1 Sam. 15:27)

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Dress in Greek
ντύνομαι, ντύνω, φόρεμα, ένδυμα, ντύσιμο

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(Lex**) φόρεμα

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Ουσ. ενδυμα, φόρεμα, //
ενδυμασία , αμφίεση//
επίσημο ένδυμα//
φουστάνιΡημ. ντύνω//
ντύνομαι//
στολίζω, διακοσμώ//
ευθυγραμμίζω//
στρώνω, λειαίνω, //
(προ) ετοιμάζω//
καλλιεργώ, λιπαίνω

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ντύνομαι, ντύνω, φόρεμα

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Dress in Esperanto
v. sin vesti
n. vestikostumo, robo


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pansi, robo, vesti, vestigxi, vesti sin

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Dress in Afrikaans
klee

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Dress in Chinese (s)
dressability 选矿性

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[E] dress (n, vi, vt) [P] vestido (m), vestir (vp, vt) [C] 衣服,穿衣服,给..穿衣服

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Dress in Luxembourgish
nn - 1. Kleed (pl. Kleeder); a long dress - e laang Kleed; nm - 2. Rack (pl. Räck)v - 1. undoen (en deet sech un; part. ugedoen); 2. kleeden (e kleet; part. gekleet) v - garnéieren (e garnéiert; part. garnéiert)

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Dress in Interlingua
n (attire) habito, vestimento; (frock) roba; vt (clothe) vestir; (wound) curar; vi vestir se prime balcon sartor adornar (se) habito de ceremonia costume de travestimento

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Dress in Arabic

VT
يقوم , يجلس يكسو يزين
I
يرتدى (احسن ما عنده) يزِن
N
رداء , كساء , ثوب
ADJ
كسائى = متعلق بالكساء رسمى

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اسْم : رداء . كِساء . ثوب
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فِعْل : يقوِّم . يجلِّس . يَرْصُف . يكسو . يزيِّن . يهيئ . يُعِدّ . يُسوّي . يهذّب . يضمِّد . يمشّط . يدبغ . يسمِّد . يرتدي

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ألاسم

بزة ; حُلَّة ; دِثَار ; رِدَاء ; زِيّ ; سِرْبال ; فُسْتان ; كِسَاء ; لِبَاس ; لِبْس ; مَلْبَس

الفعل

صَفَّفَ الشَّعْرَ ; مَشَّطَ الشَّعْرَ ; مَشَطَ


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Dress in Visayan
bestida;bistida;semina;sinina;wa sa kaugalingon

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Dress in Czech
oblek, obléci (se), obvázat, oděv, připravit, seřadit (se), upravit, vystrojit, vyzdobit, vzdělávat, šaty

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Dress in Estonian
kleit; riietuma; riietama; (haava) siduma

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Dress in Indonesian
mpsiapkan,merempahi,membumbui,membalut luka,menyi sir rambut,menghiasi,menyemarakkan

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berpakaian
my child #04

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pakaian, membarut, adun, membaluti, mendandani

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membalut, bandage, wrap, envelop, mold (the body)
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Dress in Spanish
v.- aliñar | aderezar | sazonar | adobar | condimentar | vestir | vestirse | acicalar | poner apósitos - s.- vestido

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vestido

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vestido escotado por detrás traje de cuadros baile de etiqueta poner como un trapo chistera, sombrero de copa ponerse de etiqueta traje de gala, de etiqueta, frac vestido escotado vestido de playa

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(n.) = vestido, vestimenta, ropa.
Ex: He frequently asks them to shelve books upstairs on the balcony and then stands there looking up their dresses.
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* bathing dress = traje de baño, bañador.
* best dress = mejor vestido, traje de etiqueta, traje de gala, vestido de gala, vestido de etiqueta.
* casual dress = ropa informal, vestimenta informal.
* cocktail dress = vestido de fiesta, traje de fiesta.
* designer dress = vestido de diseño.
* dress boot = bota de vestir.
* dress code = norma de vestir.
* dressmaker = modista.
* dressmaking = costura, confección de prendas de vestir.
* dress pants = pantalones de vestir.
* dress rehearsal = ensayo general.
* dress shoe = zapato de vestir.
* dress shop = tienda de ropa.
* dress slacks = pantalones de vestir.
* dress trousers = pantalones de vestir.
* dress uniform = uniforme de gala.
* evening dress = traje de noche, traje de etiqueta, vestido de noche.
* fancy dress = disfraz, ropa de disfraz.
* formal dress = traje de etiqueta, traje de gala, vestido de gala.
* full-dress uniform = uniforme de gala.
* headdress = tocado.
* housedress = bata de casa.
* informal dress = ropa informal, vestimenta informal.
* nightdress = camisón, camisón, camisón de dormir.
* party dress = vestido de fiesta, traje de fiesta.
* prom dress = vestido para la fiesta de graduación, vestido para el baile de graduación.
* sheath dress = vestido tubo.
* shirtdress = camisola.
* wedding dress = vestido de novia, traje de novia.
(v.) = vestir.
Ex: As investigators interviewed the owner of the beauty shop, they noticed an odd resemblance -- Koetter was dressed like the shop owner, with fake hair and clothes.
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* dress as = vestirse de, disfrazarse de.
* dress as + a civilian = vestir de paisano.
* dress + casually = vestir casualmente, vestir de manera casual.
* dress + cloth = preparar una tela.
* dress + comfortably = vestir cómodamente, vestir de manera cómoda.
* dress + formally = vestir formalmente.
* dress in = vestirse de.
* dress + informally = vestir informalmente, vestir de manera informal.
* dress in + mourning = vestir de luto.
* dress in + plain clothes = vestir de paisano, vestir de civil.
* dress + leather = curtir cuero.
* dress + Nombre + up = camuflar, disfrazar.
* dress + salad = aliñar la ensalada, aderezar la ensalada.
* dress + smartly = vestir elegantemente, vestir con elegancia.
* dress + the part = asumir el papel, vestirse para la ocasión.
* dress to + kill = vestir de etiqueta, vestir de gala, emperifollarse, vestirse muy sexi, ir de tiros largos, vestir de tiros largos.
* dress up = vestirse elegantemente, vestirse de etiqueta, guarnecer, decorar, aderezar, aliñar.
* dress up as = disfrazarse de, vestirse de.
* dress (up) to + the nines = vestir de etiqueta, vestir de gala, emperifollarse, emperejilarse, engalanarse, acicalarse, endomingarse, ir de tiros largos, vestir de tiros largos.
* dress + warmly = abrigar bien, abrigarse bien.
* dress + wound = vendar una herida.
* undress = quitarse la ropa, desvestirse, desnudarse, despelotarse, empelotarse.


Dictionary source: English Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 7.7
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revestir, vendar, vestirse, vestir, vestido

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Dress in Russian
№_1.: [n.]
1)
платье, одежда
evening ~ фрак, вечернее платье
fancy ~ маскарадный костюм
full ~ парадная форма
low ~ платье с низким вырезом, декольте
morning ~
_.а) домашнее платье
_.б) визитка
to dip a ~ красить платье
2) одеяние, внешний покров №_2.: [v.]
1)
одевать(ся), наряжать(ся), украшать(ся)
2) причёсывать, делать причёску
3) перевязывать (рану)
4) приготовлять, приправлять (кушанье), разделывать (тушу)
5) убирать, украшать
6) чистить (лошадь)
7) выделывать (кожу)
8) подрезать (растения)
9) [воен.] равняться
~! равняйсь! {термин}
to ~ down [разг.] давать нагоняй, разносить
to ~ out вырядиться
to ~ up одевать(ся), №_3.: [adj.] парадный
~ clothes парадная одежда

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(v) выделывать; одевать; одеть; отделывать (n) одежда

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бранить; “вставлять”; “всыпать”; порицать, делать выговор

1. наряжаться, прихорашиваться; 2. расфуфыриться, вырядиться; 3. званый, парадный
платье, надеваемое на церемонию вручения диплома


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украшать, обогащать, одежда, отделывать, одевать

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парадный

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1. n. 1. платье; одежда - evening dress - morning dress - the dress 2. внешний покров; одеяние; оперение 3. attr. парадный (об одежде) 4. attr. плательный - dress goods Syn: apparel, attire, clothes, clothing, costume, garb, garments 2. v. 1. одевать(ся) 2. наряжать(ся); украшать(ся); to dress a shop window - убирать витрину; the ballet will be newly dressed - балет будет поставлен в новых костюмах; to dress for dinner - (пере)одеваться к обеду 3. причесывать, делать прическу 4. чистить (лошадь) 5. перевязывать (рану) 6. приготовлять; приправлять (кушанье) 7. разделывать (тушу) 8. унавоживать, удобрять (почву); обрабатывать (землю) 9. выделывать (кожу) 10. выравнивать; ровнять 11. шлифовать (камень) 12. обтесывать, строгать (доски) 13. мор. расцвечивать (флагами) 14. воен. равняться; выравнивать(ся); dress! - равняйсь!; right (left) dress! - направо (налево) равняйсь! 15. горн. обогащать (руду) 16. текст. аппретировать 17. подрезать, подстригать (деревья, растения) - dress down - dress out - dress up

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Dress in Papiamento
bistí, shimí, shimis; bisti; bisti

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Dress in Dutch
een verband omleggen

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oprichten

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Dress in Portuguese
tratar, preparar, fazer curativo (ver também dressing ), encapar (fio elétrico), vestir-se elegantemente (People dressed for dinner; my dad always wore a suit...); vestido, roupa, traje
Livros de IK roupas finas, trajes a rigor
Livros de IK apurar-se no vestir, disfarçar-se, melhorar o aspecto
Livros de IK traje de gestante
Livros de IK

Dictionary source: Ivo Korytowski's English-Portuguese Translator's Dictionary
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Desbastar, desempenar

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vestido

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[militar]
v. alinhar (tropas) [mineralogia]
v. tratar ou preparar o minério [náutica] embandeirar (em arco)

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Dress in Norwegian
antrekk, kle seg, kjole

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Dress in Turkish
v.giyin:n.elbise

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giydirmek; giyinmek; saç yapmak; yaraya pansuman yapmak, sarmak; (yemegi) hazirlamak, süslemek; gübrelemek giysi, elbise; kilik kiyafet, giyim, elbiselik; (giysi) uygun, düzgün

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"f. 1. giydirmek; giyinmek. 2. düzenlemek, süslemek. 3. ask. bir hizaya getirmek. 4. (yaraya) pansuman yapmak. 5. (saça) şekil vermek. 6. (deriyi) sepilemek, tabaklamak. 7. (tavuk, balık v.b.´ni) temizlemek. i. 1. kadın elbisesi. 2. elbise, giysi. 3. giyim, kılık kıyafet, üst baş. "

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1. elbise, giysi
2. giyinmek
3. apre yapmak, dress (to)

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HİZAYA GELMEK:Yanaşık düzen hareketlerinde düzgün bir cephe meydana getirmek.

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f. 1. giydirmek; giyinmek. 2. düzenlemek, süslemek. 3. ask. bir hizaya getirmek. 4. (yaraya) pansuman yapmak. 5. (saça) şekil vermek. 6.

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v.giyin:n.elbise

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Dress in Thai
vt. เดร็ดซ (ม.ต้น)
1. แต่งกาย : She is dressing her child.
2. จัดหาเสื้อผ้าให้ : He must dress his wife and children.
1. (grammar) สังเกต คำนี้มี preposition เฉพาะ: be dressed in (particular clothes)=แต่ตัวในชุด และ dress for (a particular occasion or activity)=แต่งตัวสำหรับ (โอกาสหรือกิจกรรมอันใดอันหนึ่งโดยเฉพาะ:)
1. (similar) คล้าย clothes, clothing, blouse, coat, cloth, suit, shirt, shorts, trousers, garment แต่ dress=ชุดเสื้อกระโปรงติดกันเป็นชิ้นเดียว และคำนี้ถ้าเป็นกริยาจะแปลว่า แต่งตัว : She wears a pretty dress.= หล่อนใส่เสื้อกระโปรงชุดที่น่ารัก ; She was dressed in black.= หล่อนแต่งชุดดำ

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(เดรส) {dressed,dressing,dresses} n. เครื่องแต่งตัว,เสื้อผ้าอาภรณ์ -adj. เกี่ยวกับเครื่องแต่งตัว,ต้องใช้เสื้อชุด vt.,vi. แต่งตัว,สวมเสื้อผ้า,ตกแต่ง,ประดับ,ทำแผล,ทายาและพันบาดแผล,ทายา,ตัด,เล็ม,แต่ง,จัดเป็นแนวตรง,ปรับพื้นดิน. -Phr. (dress up แต่งตัวให้สวยหร

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แต่งตัว,เครื่องหุ้มห่อ,ตกแต่ง,เลาะ,ชำระและพันผ้า(แผล),ปรับ,ทำ,ว่ากล่าว

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Dress in Vietnamese
Y phục, áo dài, lễ phục, trang phục, vỏ ngoài

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[dres]

◊ danh từ

▪ quần áo

◦ in full dress : ăn mặc lễ phục

◦ in evening dress : mặc quần áo dự dạ hội (đàn bà); mặc lễ phục (đàn ông)

◦ a (the) dress : áo dài phụ nữ

▪ vỏ ngoài, cái bọc ngoài, vẻ ngoài

◊ ngoại động từ

▪ mặc (quần áo...), ăn mặc

◦ to be dressed in black : mặc đồ đen

◦ to be well dressed : ăn mặc sang trọng

▪ băng bó, đắp thuốc (người bị thương, vết thương)

▪ (quân sự) sửa lại hàng ngũ cho thẳng hàng, treo cờ xí (tàu thuỷ); bày biện (mặt hàng)

▪ sắm quần áo (cho một vở kịch)

▪ đẽo gọt (gỗ, đá), mài giũa (đồ thép...), mài nhẵn (mặt đá...)

▪ hồ (vải); thuộc (da)

▪ chải, vấn (tóc, đầu); chải (lông ngựa)

▪ sửa (vườn) tỉa, xén (cây)

▪ sửa soạn, nêm đồ gia vị, nấu (thức ăn)

▪ xới, làm (đất); bón phân (ruộng)

◊ nội động từ

▪ mặc quần áo, ăn mặc

◦ to dress well : ăn mặc sang trọng

▪ mặc lễ phục (dự dạ hội...)

◦ to dress for dinner : mặc lễ phục để ăn cơm tối

▪ (quân sự) xếp thẳng hàng

◦ right dress! : bên phải thẳng hàng!

◦ dress up! : tiến lên thẳng hàng!

◦ dress back! : lùi thẳng hàng!

▫ to dress down

▪ (thông tục) chỉnh, mắng mỏ; đánh đập

▪ đẽo, gọt, mài giũa

▫ to dress out

▪ diện ngất, "lên khung"

▫ to dress up

▪ diện bảnh; ăn mặc chải chuốt tề chỉnh

▪ mặc quần áo hội nhảy giả trang

▫ to be dressed up to the nines (to the knocker)

▪ "lên khung" , diện ngất



Dictionary source: English Vietnamese Dictionary
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Dress in Italian
pavese

Dictionary source: English-Italian Nautical Dictionary
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vestito, vestire, sè, abbigliare

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Dress in Romanian
a pieptana;rochie;a imbraca;imbracaminte

Dictionary source: English Romanian Dictionary (MF)
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v.t.: (fam.) a certa, a trage o săpuneală (cuiva), a săpuni (pe cineva); a face cu ou şi cu oţet. "The manager called the office boy into his room and dressed him down for his insolence to senior members of the staff." (F.T. Wood, Op. cit.) I: v.i.: 1. a se îmbrăca elegant, a se îmbrăca în ţinută de gală. "So they dressed up as if for church and looked at one another with nervous smirks, ..." (J.C. Oates, Them) 2. a se deghiza, a se masca. "I could dress up like a boy and anybody could ever tell." (C. McCullers, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter) II: v.t.: 1. a găti, a îmbrăca în cele mai bune haine. "While Silvia was being dressed up, Mary was playing with the cat." (F.T. Wood, op. cit.) 2. (d. stil, etc.) a înflori; a încărca. " ‘Why do you dress up every sentence with a lot of unnecessary epithets and metaphors?'

Dictionary source: Victors - Phrasal Verbs Dictionary (English-Romanian)
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I. 1. rochie
2. imbracaminte, haine
II. 1. a imbraca, a pune (o haina etc.)
2. a imbraca (pe cineva)
3. a pregati, a prepara (salata etc.), a gati; a impodobi, a decora; a pavoaza
4. a pieptana; a face (parul)
5. a curata, a peria (un cal)
6. a bandaja (o rana)
7. a tabaci (piele)
8. a netezi; a finisa; a curata; a poliza; a ameliora
9. a alinia
10. a fertiliza
III. a se imbraca
IV. 1. a se imbraca
2. a se imbraca in tinuta de gala
3. a se alinia

Dictionary source: English Romanian Dictionary (RDE)
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(gen) a îmbrăca; a aranja; a decora (th) a netezi; a şlefui; a finisa; a rotunji
  

Dictionary source: Victors - English Romanian Technical Dictionary
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rochie; imbracaminte; a imbraca; a impodobi; a gati; a pregati

Dictionary source: English Romanian Dictionary (DM)
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a alinia (trupe); a arbora (pe un vas) marele pavoa; a asezona (o salata); a bandaja (o rana); a coafa; a decora (un tort); a gati; a pieptana; a pregat; a se alinia; a se gati; a se îmbraca; a se împodobi; a îmbraca; a tesala (un cal); forma exterioara; haina; rochie; vesmînt; îmbracaminte; învelis

Dictionary source: DERFOC English-Romanian Dictionary
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Dress in Catalan
s vestit, indumentària, roba
v vestir | mudar, abillar | assaonar, amanir | adobar, femar | alinear, arrenglerar | adornar | curar, tractar

Dictionary source: English Catalan Dictionary
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Dress in Polish
suknia f , sukienka f (no pl ) odzież f They started to wear western dress. vt (child ) ubierać (ubrać perf ) (wound ) opatrywać (opatrzyć perf ) vi ubierać się (ubrać się perf ) she dresses very well ona się bardzo dobrze ubiera to dress a shop window dekorować (udekorować perf ) okno wystawowe to get dressed ubierać się (ubrać się perf )

Dictionary source: English Polish Dictionary (Gold)
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sukienka; opatrzyć ranę; równać szyk

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ubierać











dres; ubranie damskie

Dictionary source: English Polish Dictionary 0.15
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Dress in French
dress1 [dres] n
(a)(for woman) robe f;
ball dress, robe de bal;
dress designer, styliste mf, modéliste mf;
(b)(attire) costume m; (appearance) toilette f, mise f;
in full dress, (of men) en grande tenue; (of women) en grande toilette;
evening dress, tenue de soirée;
dress2 v (dressed [drest])
1vt
(a)(put clothes on) habiller, vêtir (quelqu'un,); Th costumer (une pièce);
to be dressed in black/silk, être vêtu de noir/soie;
well/badly dressed, bien/mal habillé;
to be plainly dressed, avoir une mise simple;
dressed as a clown/a witch/etc, (for a party) déguisé en clown/en sorcière/etc;
(b)(decorate) orner, parer (something with something, quelque chose de quelque chose); Nau pavoiser (un navire);
Com to dress the window, faire la vitrine;
(c)Mil aligner (des troupes, des tentes etc);
(d)Med panser (une blessure, un blessé); faire un pansement à (un blessé);
(e)Tech apprêter (une surface); corroyer (le cuir); apprêter (les peaux); dresser, tailler (des pierres); dresser, corroyer (le bois); trier (le minerai); préparer (une matière première, le coton etc); Metal nettoyer (une pièce coulée); Culin habiller (une volaille, la viande); Culin accommoder (des plats); Culin garnir, assaisonner, garnir (une salade);
dressed poultry, volaille prête à cuire ou parée;
to dress timber roughly, dégrossir le bois;
to dress someone's hair, coiffer quelqu'un,.
2vi s'habiller;
she's dressing, elle est en train de s'habiller ou de se préparer;
to dress in black, s'habiller de noir;
to dress (for dinner), (of man) se mettre en habit; (of woman) se mettre en robe du soir;
they always dress for dinner, ils s'habillent toujours pour le dîner.

Dictionary source: English French Dictionary (Kelkouli Rédha)
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habiller, se, vêtons, habillent, habillement, vêts

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Dress in Bulgarian
украсявам; рокля; рендосвам; обличам; облекло; обогатявам; одеяние; превързвам; премяна; гарнирам; равнявам; дреха; дялам; изравнявам; кича; нареждам; носия;

Dictionary source: English-Bulgarian Dictionary
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[dres] v 1. обличам (се); обличам се официално; докарвам се (и {2} [dres] n 1. облекло, дрехи; рокля; full ~ 1) вечерно облекл{3} [dres] а 1. официален; ~ affair официален случай/прием; 2.

Dictionary source: English Bulgarian Dictionary (fro Terry)
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[dres] v 1. обличам (се); обличам се официално; докарвам се (и с up); 2. украсявам, нареждам, подреждам; мор. украсявам кораб със знаменца; to ~ a shop window подреждам витрина; to ~ the streets украсявам улиците (по някакьв случай); . тимаря, чеша, чистя (кон); . приготвям, гарнирам, подправям (салата); 5. изработвам; обработвам (кожи, тькани); шлифовам (камьк); скробвам (прежда); апретирам (плат); рендосвам, дялам; 6. мин. обогатявам (руда); 7. торя (земя); 8. изравнявам; воен. равнявам се; to ~ by the right равнявам се надясно; right/left ~! надясно/наляво равнис! 9. чистя (пиле, риба и пр.), приготвям за готвене; 10. почиствам, намазвам, превързвам (рана); 11. to ~ o.'s hair сресвам се, правя си косата/прическа; dress down 1) нахоквам здравата; напердашвам; 2) тимаря, чеша, чистя (кон); dress out гиздя се, докарвам се; dress up 1) обличам (се) изискано/официално; 2) маскирам (се) (as като); ) представям в по-добра светлина, разкрасявам. [dres] n 1. облекло, дрехи; рокля; full ~ 1) вечерно облекло; 2) воен. парадна униформа; evening ~ вечерно облекло, фрак, смокинг, вечерна рокля; morning ~ официално дневно облекло; 2. прен. облекло, премяна, одеяние; a French book appearing in English ~ френска книга, преведена на английски език. [dres] а 1. официален; ~ affair официален случай/прием; 2. (подходящ) за рокля; ~ length плат за една рокля.

Dictionary source: English Bulgarian Dictionary
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Dress in Croatian
ukrasiti

Dictionary source: English Croatian Dictionary(Igaly)
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odijevanje , toaleta , haljinica , začiniti , obući , urediti , haljina , stil , okititi , ukrasiti , opremiti , odjenuti

Dictionary source: English Croatian Dictionary(Mijic)
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ruho

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Dress in German
Kleid

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Dress in Danish
klæde sig, kjole

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Dress in Persian
مرتب ساز محاسبه گر آدرس آدرس درهم ساز

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لباس‌ پوشيدن‌، جامه‌ بتن‌ كردن‌، مزين‌كردن‌، لباس‌، درست‌كردن‌ موي‌ سر، پانسمان‌كردن‌، پيراستن‌

Dictionary source: Salaty English Persian Dictionary (Text )
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Dictionary source: Salaty English Persian Dictionary (Graphics)
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لباس، لباس پوشيدن، مزين كردن، پانسمان كردن، جامه بتن كردن، پيراستن، درست كردن موي سر

Dictionary source: HmT English Persian Dictionary
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پوشاندن ،بستن ،اهار زدن ،ترتيب دادن ،لباس مخصوص ،لباس پوشيدن ،جامه بتن کردن ،مزين کردن ،لباس ،درست کردن موى سر،پانسمان کردن ،پيراستن
علوم مهندسى : مستقيم کردن
علوم نظامى : فرمان بايست در مشق صف جمع
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بازگشت به واژه dress


a full-dress debate 
a full-dress dinner 
 a full-dress rehearsal 
battle dress 
 canonical dress 
dress circle 
 dress down 
dress left (right) 
 dress rehearsal 
dress ship 
 dress shirt 
dress suit 
 dress uniform 
dress-coat 
 dress-goods 
dress-guard 
 dress-improver 
dress-making 
 evening dress 
evining dress 
 f.(dress)ball 
fancy dress 
 fatigue-dress 
full dress 
 full-dress 
 head-dress 
hog dress 
 in the f. of her dress 
 monkhood dress 
night dress 
 plain dress 
print dress 
 proper dress 
rational dress 
 she is too p about her dress 
to dress down 
 to dress out or up 
to dress up 
 to panel a dress 
to top dress the eart 
 top dress 
window dress 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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لباس‌ پوشيدن‌ ، جامه‌ بتن‌ كردن‌ ، مزين‌كردن‌ ، لباس‌ ،د درست‌ كردن‌ موي‌ سر ، پانسمان‌كردن‌ ، پيراستن‌ صندلي‌ هاي‌ رديف‌ جلو تماشاخانه‌ جامه‌ جلوبازمردانه‌ كه‌ دامن‌ ان‌ درپشت‌ است‌ ودرمهم ملامت‌ سخت‌ ، سخت‌ ملامت‌ كردن‌ قماش‌ هاي‌ زنانه‌ اسبابي‌ كه‌ دردوچرخه‌ جامه‌ راازاسيب‌ چرخ‌ نگه‌ ميدا لايي‌ كه‌ درپشت‌ دامن‌ زنانه‌ ميگذارند زنانه‌ دوزي‌ آخرين‌ تمرين‌ نمايش‌ كه‌ بازيگران‌ بالباس‌ كامل‌ نمايش‌ب بر روي‌ صحنه‌ ميايند پيراهن‌ سفيد مردانه‌ ، پيراهن‌ عصر مردانه‌، پيراهن‌لب لباس‌ رسمي‌ لباس‌ رسمي‌ شب‌ بالباس‌ تمام‌ رسمي‌ ، ) نظ‌.( لباس‌ سلام‌ روسري‌ )زنانه‌(،پوشاك‌ سر،ارايش‌ مو سرزنش‌ كردن‌ ،تاديب‌ كردن‌ بالباس‌ اراستن‌ خودرااراستن‌ ،لباس‌ پوشيدن‌ كود روي‌ خاك‌ پاشيدن‌ ازرو كود دادن‌

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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ِ—¨گ¤‏• ٹ ِ¢¤îِ‘ُ¨÷‘• ٹ ¤¨ ‎ُّ ِ¢¤î –¨¤¢ ¢ٹ §‘“َ ٹ ِ¢¤îِ‏¥ُ ٹ ِ¢¤î ِ—“ ùُ‘› ٹ ِ¢‏ھّ• §‘“َcanonical d.=ِّ‏÷‘ںّ¤ üُ¨¤ §‘“َevening d.=’ھ ü÷‘ُُْ‘‏ ô‘ھ ù¦‏ّ §‘“َevining d.=’ھ §‘“َfancy d.=ùَُ‘“ٹ ùَُ‘“ §‘“َfatigue d.=‎¤‘ً‏“ ùُ‘›full d.=ôٍ¨ §‘“َ (.à÷ ) ٹ üُ¨¤ ô‘ُ— §‘“َ‘“head d.=ُّ ©‏گ¤گٹ¤¨ ي‘ھّ•ٹ(ù÷‘÷¥) ‎¤¨ّ¤monkhood d.=ِ‘“ûگ¤(ù¦‏ّ)ùُ‘›night d.=ùُ‘›’گّ،ٹ’گّ،ِûگ¤‏•’گّ،ùُ‘›print d.=ü—‏‌ §‘“َٹ–‏‌ùُ‘›proper d.=‘“‏¥ùُ‘›ٹù—¨‏‘ھùُ‘›rational d.=¢ھّ•“ ُِگ¢ ‎‘›“ ِ¥ ùî ‎¤گَّھ ô‏÷to d. down=ِ¢¤î ’‏¢‘—ٹ ِ¢¤î ©÷¥¤¨to d. out or up=ِ—¨گ¤گ §‘“َ‘“to d. up=ِ¢‏ھّ• §‘“َٹ ِ—¨گ¤گگ¤¢ّ،to panel a d.=ِ—¨گ¤گ ¤ً‏¢ï÷¤ ¥گ‎گùî‏— ‘“ گ¤ù÷‘÷¥ùُ‘›to top d. the ear=ِ¢‏ھ‘• ي‘، ‎ّ¤ ¢ّîtop d.=ِ¢گ¢ ¢ّî ّ¤¥گwindow d.=ِ—ھگ£ً ©‏‘ُ÷“ ٹ ِ—ھگ£ً ِ‏¤—‏ّ –ھ• ù÷‘،‘ھ‘ُ— َّ› é‏¢¤ ‎‘û üَ¢÷¬ ُُْ¤¢ّ –¨گ –ھ•¤¢ ِگ ُِگ¢ ùî ù÷گ¢¤ُ¥‘“َّ› ùُ‘› ِ¢¤î –ٍُُ –،¨ ٹ –،¨ –ٍُُ ù÷‘÷¥ ‎‘û ©‘ُى گ¢‏ُ ùً÷  ¤‌ ’‏¨گ¥گگ¤ ùُ‘› ù،¤‌ّ¢¤¢ ùî ü“‘“¨گ ¢÷¤گ£ً‏ُ ù÷‘÷¥ ُِگ¢ –ھ•¤¢ ùî ü‏ٍ ‎¥ّ¢ ù÷‘÷¥ ¢÷‏‘‏ُ ù÷ں¬ ‎ّ¤ ¤“ “©‏‘ُ÷ ٌُ‘î §‘“َ‘“ ِگ¤ً‏¥‘“ ùî ©‏‘ُ÷ ِ‏¤ُ— ِ‏¤،چ üُ¨¤ §‘“َ “َِûگ¤‏• ٹù÷گ¢¤ُ ¤¬ن ِûگ¤‏• ٹ ù÷گ¢¤ُ ¢‏ê¨ ِûگ¤‏• ’ھ üُ¨¤ §‘“َ ôٍ¨ §‘“َ (.à÷ ) ٹ üُ¨¤ ô‘ُ— §‘“َ‘“ ُّ ©‏گ¤گٹ¤¨ ي‘ھّ•ٹ(ù÷‘÷¥) ‎¤¨ّ¤ ِ¢¤î ’‏¢‘—ٹ ِ¢¤î ©÷¥¤¨ ِ—¨گ¤گ §‘“َ‘“ ِ¢‏ھّ• §‘“َٹ ِ—¨گ¤گگ¤¢ّ، ِ¢‏ھ‘• ي‘، ‎ّ¤ ¢ّî ِ¢گ¢ ¢ّî ّ¤¥گ

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Dress in Hmong
v. Hnav khaub ncaws; tov zaub mov; kho khaub ncawsn. Daim poj tiab; daim tiab; cev khaub ncaws tiab

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Dress in Finnish
puku

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Dress in Hungarian
öltözködik

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elegánsan öltözött rendetlenül öltözött ruha

Dictionary source: English-Hungarian Dictionary (Száraz)
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ruha

Dictionary source: English Hungarian Dictionary (Csorvassy)
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Dress in Hebrew
1. (פ') בבישול - להכין עוף/דג/חית ציד לבישול ע"י סילוק נוצות, קשקשים, קרביים וכו'
2. "להלביש" סלט - להוסיף לו רוטב

Dictionary source: Gali's Gastronomical Dictionary
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Dress in Serbian
Obuci-Ukrasiti-Odeca-Pripremiti-Popraviti-Haljina-Odelo

Dictionary source: English Serbian Dictionary
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Dress in Albanian
vesh; stolis

Dictionary source: English-Albanian Dictionary (ARDi X)
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vesh

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Dress in Mongolian
n. 1. хувцас. 2. даашинз, палааж. v. 1. ємсєх, хувцаслах. 2. чимэх, гоёх. 3. шарх цэвэрлэх, боох. 4. хоол бэлтгэх. dress sb down загнах. dress up гоёх, гоё хувцсаа ємсєх. dress sth up чимэглэх, юм нэмэх. dressed adj. хувцастай, хувцасласан. dressed to kill бахадмаар сайхан хувцасласан. get dressed хувцаслах, хувцсаа ємсєх.

Dictionary source: Temuka's English-Mongolian Dictionary
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хувцас хунар, өмсөх, гоёх, хоол бэлдэх, үсээ самнах, шарх боох, арьс элдэх, мах эвдэх

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Dress in Swedish
skräda, anrika, sovra, tukta~ed ore; sovrad malm, anrikad malm bearbetad, beredd, tillredd~ ore; bearbetad malm, slig
~ products; anrikningsgods, koncentrat

Dictionary source: English-Swedish Geology Dictionary
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klänning, dräkt, göra toalett, klä på sig, kläda

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Dress in Urdu
n. lebaas(m.)/paehnaawa(m.)

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n.
1. clothes کپڑے- پوشاک- لباس- پوشش
2. a lady's gown زنانے کپڑے- تيئل- زنانہ جوڑا
3. practice of dressing richly خوش پوشاکي
dress-maker درزي- خياط
v. a.
1. (Mil.) صف بندي کرنا- سيدھا کرنا- قطار باندھنا
2. decorate سنگار کرنا- سنوارنا- آراستہ کرنا- زيب دينا- آرائش کرنا
3. clothe کپڑے پہنانا- لباس پہنانا- آراستہ پيراستہ کرنا
4. treat with remedies زخم صاف کر کے مرہم پٹي کرنا- مرہم پٹي کرنا
to dress a wound مرہم پٹي کرنا
5. cook پکانا- تلنا- راندھنا- بنانا
He will dress an egg and give the offal to the poor. (said of a miser) (Prov.) وہ ايسے ہيں کہ ايک انڈا پکائيں، آپ بھي کھائيں اور جھوٹ کوٹ ميں فقير کو ٹرکائيں
6. prepare for any use بنانا- تيار کرنا- درست کرنا- دريسي کرنا- کمانا
to dress the ground دھرتي کمانا
to dress up or out چمک دمک کے کپڑے پہننا- لباس فاخرہ زيب تن کرنا
v. n.
1. (Mil.) قطار ميں ہونا- صف باندھ کر کھڑا ہونا
2. clothe سجنا- سگرنا- پہننا- آراستہ ہونا


Dictionary source: English-Urdu Dictionary v0.91b
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Dress in Slovak
obleči (se); oblačilo, obleka (ženska); to ~ a wound obvezati rano; in full ~ v svečani obleki; ~ - circle balkon v gledališču

Dictionary source: Bidirectional English Slovenian Dictionary
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Dress in Ukrainian
(v) одягати; одягатися; одягнути; одягнутися; перев'язати; перев'язувати; прибиратися (n) одяг; плаття; сукня

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