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clothesplural noun

 us   /kloʊz, kloʊðz/
things you ​wear to ​coveryourbody and ​keep you ​warm, to be ​comfortable, or for the way they make you ​look: I’ve got all these clothes that I never ​wear.
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clothesnoun [plural]

uk   /kləʊðz/  us   /kloʊðz/
A1 things such as ​dresses and ​trousers that you ​wear to ​cover, ​protect, or ​decorateyourbody: She usually wearssmart/​casual clothes. I'm just putting my clothes on. Takeyour clothes off and get in the ​bath. designer clothes a clothes ​shop

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(Definition of clothes from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “clothes”
in Arabic مَلابِس…
in Korean 옷…
in Portuguese roupa…
in Catalan roba…
in Japanese 服…
in Chinese (Simplified) 衣服,衣物…
in Turkish kıyafetler, giysiler, giyecekler…
in Russian одежда…
in Chinese (Traditional) 衣服,衣物…
in Italian vestiti, abiti…
in Polish ubrania, ubranie…
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