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dressed

adjective [after verb] uk   /drest/ us  
A2 wearing clothes and not naked: I usually get dressed before I eat breakfast. He was dressed in a dark grey suit. The party guests came early, and I wasn't fully dressed (= didn't have all my clothes on).B1 wearing clothing of a particular type: a well-dressed/casually dressed man
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in Korean 옷을 입은, (특정한 스타일로) 옷을 입은…
in Arabic لابِس, مُتأنّق…
in Portuguese vestido…
in Catalan vestit…
in Japanese 服を着ている, 服装をして…
in Italian vestito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 穿著衣服的, 穿著某種衣服的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 穿着衣服的, 穿着某种衣服的…
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