Translation of "dress" - English-Spanish dictionary

dress

verb uk /dres/
get dressed

A2 to put clothes on yourself

vestirse
I usually get dressed before having breakfast.
→ Opposite undress

A2 to put clothes on someone else

vestir
Can you dress the baby for me?
→ Opposite undress

B1 to wear a particular type, style, or colour of clothes

vestir
She always dresses in black.
→ Phrasal verbs dress up
noun uk /dres/

A1 a piece of clothing for women that covers the top of the body and hangs down over the legs

vestido
adjective uk /dres/ mainly US
dress shirt, shoes, etc.

a smart shirt, pair of shoes, etc. worn for work or for a formal occasion

camisa, zapatos, etc. de vestir

(Translation of “dress” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dress

verb /dres/

to put clothes or a covering on

vestirse
We dressed in a hurry
My wife dressed the children.

to prepare (food etc) to be eaten

preparar
She dressed a salad.

to treat and bandage (wounds)

vendar
He was sent home from hospital after his burns had been dressed.
dressed adjective

wearing (clothes)

vestido
Don’t come in – I’m not dressed!
She was dressed in black
Get dressed immediately
a well-dressed man.
dresser noun

(British) a kitchen sideboard for holding dishes.

aparador

(American ) a chest of drawers for holding clothes sometimes with a mirror.

tocador
dressing noun

a bandage etc used to dress a wound

apósito, vendaje
He changed the patient’s dressing.

something put on as a covering

abono
We gave the rosebed a dressing of manure.

a sauce added especially to salads

aliño
oil and vinegar dressing.
dressing gown noun

(British ) a loose garment worn over pyjamas etc ; bathrobe(American)

bata
dressing room noun

a room (in a theatre/theater etc ) for actors etc to change in.

camerino
dressing table noun

a table in a bedroom with a mirror and drawers.

tocador
dressmaker noun

a person who makes clothes for women.

modisto
dress rehearsal noun

a full rehearsal of a play etc with costumes etc.

ensayo general
dress up phrasal verb

to put on special clothes, eg fancy dress

disfrazarse
He dressed up as a clown for the party.

(Translation of “dress” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)