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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.
(Definition of dress from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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