clothes

listen to the pronunciation of clothes
الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} giysi

O her zaman koyu giysiler giyer. - He always wears dark clothes.

Annem bana birkaç yeni giysi yaptı. - My mother made some new clothes.

{i} elbise

Elbiselerinin geriye kalanını çamaşırhaneye koydum. - I put the rest of your clothes in the laundry.

Mary, kız kardeşinin elbiselerini ödünç almasına izin vermez. - Mary does not let her sister borrow her clothes.

i., çoğ. giysiler, elbiseler
argo giyimine düşkün kimse
clothes pole çamaşır ipini
clotheshorse çamaşır askısı
clothespin mandal
{i} çamaşır

Tom kirli elbiselerini çıkardı ve onları çamaşır makinesine attı. - Tom stripped off his dirty clothes and threw them into the washing machine.

Tom çamaşır ipi olarak kullanmak için biraz ip aldı. - Tom bought some rope to use as a clothesline.

clothesline çamaşırclothes moth güve
ruba
kapama
giysiler

Çıkardığın giysileri dikkatlice yerine koy. - Stow away carefully the clothes you removed.

O, Japon giysilerin içinde daha iyi görünüyor. - She looks better in Japanese clothes.

üstbaş
urba
clothes basket çamaşır sepeti
{i} üst baş
{i} örtüler
{i} yatak takımları
esvap
giyim kuşam
faça
cloth
kumaş

Makasla kesmek yerine kumaşı niçin yırtıyorsun? - Why did you tear the cloth instead of cutting it with scissors?

O bir yarda kumaş satın aldı. - She bought a yard of cloth.

clothe
{f} giydirmek
take off one's clothes
soyunmak
cloth
{i} bez

Bandaj yapmak için bezi doğradı. - She cut up the cloth to make bandages.

Niçin bu bezle ayakkabıları parlatmıyorsun? - Why don't you polish the shoes with this cloth?

clothes basket
çamaşır sepeti
clothes designer
stilist
clothes dryer
çamaşır kurutma makinesi
clothes dryer
kurutucu
clothes hanger
elbise askısı
clothes hanger
çamaşır askısı
clothes horse
çamaşır askısı
clothes moth
güve
clothes peg
çamaşır mandalı
clothes pin
çamaşır mandalı
clothes press
elbise dolabı
clothes press
çamaşır dolabı
clothes line
çamaşır ipi
clothes line
giysi çizgi
clothes louse
elbise biti
clothes pin bag
elbise çantası pin
clothes rail
Metal bir boru üzerine giysilerin aşılması için tasarlanmış elbise askısı
clothes shop
giysi dükkanı
clothes hanger
askı
clothes hook
elbise çengeli
clothes peg
mandal
clothes tree
elbise ve şapka askısı
clothes tree
askılık
clothe
{f} giysi sağlamak
cloth
sofra örtüsü
clothe
sarmak
clothe
üstünü örtmek
clothe
kaplamak
clothe
çamaşır

Tom en azından haftada bir kez çamaşırları yıkar. - Tom washes clothes at least once a week.

Tom kirli elbiselerini çıkardı ve onları çamaşır makinesine attı. - Tom stripped off his dirty clothes and threw them into the washing machine.

cloth
elbise

Tom elbiselerini yerine koydu. - Tom put away his clothes.

Elbiselerim ıslandı bu yüzden onları çıkardım. - My clothes get wet so I took off them.

cloth
örtü

Masaya bir örtü serdi. - She spread a cloth over the table.

Garson masaya beyaz bir örtü serdi. - The waitress spread a white cloth over the table.

clothe
renklendirmek
clothe
bürümek
cloth
çaput
cloth
bez örtü
cloth
(Tekstil) material
cloth
dokuma
clothe
elbise

Elbiselerinin geriye kalanını çamaşırhaneye koydum. - I put the rest of your clothes in the laundry.

Tom elbiselerini yerine koydu. - Tom put away his clothes.

mess one's clothes
altına kaçırmak
mourning clothes
(Tekstil) matem elbisesi
no clothes
kıyafet yasak

No clothes beyond this point - Bu noktadan sonra kıyafet yasak.

remove one's clothes
üzerini çıkarmak
remove one's clothes
üstünü çıkarmak
remove one's clothes
üzerinden çıkarmak
starch clothes
kola yapmak
summer clothes
yazlık
take one's clothes off
soyunmak
clothe
güzel bir dille anlatmak
clothe
zenginleştirmek
casual clothes
günlük elbiseler
change clothes
kıyafet değiştir
cloth
{i} rahiplik
clothe
giydir

Vassili'ye güzel kıyafetler giydirdiler ve o ertesi gün Anastasia ile evlendi. - They dressed Vassili in fine clothes and next day he was married to Anastasia.

Çocuğa bu kıyafetleri giydir. - Put the kid into these clothes.

holiday clothes
bayramlık elbise
made-up clothes
konfeksiyon
made-up clothes
hazır giyim
old clothes man
eskici
plain clothes man
sivil giyimli
plain clothes man
dedektif
protective clothes
koruyucu iş elbisesi
swaddling clothes
kundak takımı
webbing clothes moth
elbise güvesi
animated cartoon clothes
çizgi film giysileri
bed clothes
yatak kıyafetleri
buy new clothes
yeni elbiseler almak
cloth
{i} yelken
cloth
bezl
clothe
buru
dress up in fancy clothes
süslü elbiseler giyinmek
dressed especially in smart clothes
akıllı giysiler, özellikle giymiş
fashionable clothes
modaya uygun giysiler
grow out of so.'s clothes
dışarı çok buyur. 'elbise s
presentable clothes
prezentabl elbise
pretty clothes
güzel giysiler
ready to wear clothes
giysiler giymek için hazır
seasonal clothes
mevsimlik giysi
second-hand clothes
ikinci el giysi
small clothes
kısa pantolon
take off clothes
soyunmak
the emperor's new clothes
imparatorun yeni elbiseleri
thick clothes
kalın giysiler
worn out clothes
kıyafetler eskimiş
a change of clothes
yedek giysi
brush, clothes
(Askeri) elbise fırçası
change clothes
üstünü değiştirmek, üstünü başını değiştirmek
civilian clothes
{i} sivil elbise
civilian clothes
(isim) sivil elbise
cloth
{i} din adamlığı
cloth
{i} cilt bezi
cloth
rahiplik/örtü/kumaş
clothe
{f} örtmek
clothe
giydir,v.giydir
clothes pin
mandal
dress clothes
gece elbisesi
dress clothes
tuvalet
dress in civilian clothes
sivil giyinmek
dress in plain clothes
sivil giyinmek
fatigue clothes
iş elbisesi
fatigue clothes
kışla hizmeti elbisesi
grave clothes
kefen
holiday clothes
bayramlık
innocent of clothes
çıplak
innocent of clothes
elbisesiz
iron (clothes/laundry etc)
çamaşır ütülemek
maternity clothes
hamile kıyafetleri/giysileri
night clothes
yatak kıyafeti
old clothes shop
eskici dükkânı
peel off one's clothes
elbiselerini çıkarmak
plain clothes
sivil kıyafet
plain clothes man
sivil polis
rub clothes while washing
çitilemek
small clothes
iç çamaşırı
small clothes
çocuk elbisesi
suit of clothes
takım elbise

Yeni bir takım elbise aldım. - I bought a new suit of clothes.

suit of clothes
tayyör
suit of clothes
kostüm
suitable for clothes
elbiselik
swaddling clothes
{i} kundak
swaddling clothes
(isim) kundak
taking off one's clothes
soyunma
wash the clothes
çamaşırları yıkamak
wash the clothes
çamaşır yıkamak
when can i have my clothes back
giysilerimi ne zaman alabilirim
when will my clothes be ready
kıyafetlerim ne zaman hazır olur
winterweight clothes
kışlık giysiler
working clothes
iş elbisesi
workout clothes
spor kıyafeti
would you please send these clothes to the laundry
bu çamaşırları yıkamaya gönderir misiniz
you have wonderful taste in clothes
kıyafet seçiminiz çok zevkli
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Items of clothing; apparel
plural form of cloth
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clothe
{n} a garment, dress
{i} garments, apparel
clothing in general; "she was refined in her choice of apparel"; "he always bought his clothes at the same store"; "fastidious about his dress"
n pakaian (pakai)
The covering of a bed; bedclothes
Clothes are the things that people wear, such as shirts, coats, trousers, and dresses. Moira walked upstairs to change her clothes He dressed quickly in casual clothes. see also plain-clothes. the things that people wear to cover their body or keep warm
> yifu
obsolete, plural of cloth
third-person singular of clothe
wearing apparel, as in: Wear your nicest business clothes for your interview for that job
clothing; all the cloth articles of personal and household use that can be washed
Some Goth basics: Fat Bob jumper (a big black chunky-knit one a la Robert Smith from the Cure) Stretch black jeans for a close fit Pointy/shiny/stompy boots for going out in PVC for going out in Velvet for going out in Big black skirts for those no-clean-clothes days Fishnets, for both sexes- girls on the legs (NB this is a rough guide only), blokes on the arms or safety-pinned together as a top Band t-shirts and sweatshirts For skinny men, a little black dress, with or without stockings Long flowing coats, either in leather or trenchcoat-style fabric (See also Media, Trenchcoat Mafia)
Covering for the human body; dress; vestments; vesture; a general term for whatever covering is worn, or is made to be worn, for decency or comfort
threads
tog
clothes don't make the man
An aphorism meaning that you cannot judge a person solely by his appearance. Usually pertains to men
clothes hanger
A coat hanger
clothes hangers
plural form of clothes hanger
clothes maiden
A rack for drying clothes
clothes moth
An insect of the family Tineidae, feeding on textiles
clothes peg
An object (usually made of wood) used to attach wet laundry to a clothesline so that it (the laundry) can dry
clothes pegs
plural form of clothes peg
clothes shops
plural form of clothes shop
clothes tree
A pole with pegs for temporary storage of clothing
clothes trees
plural form of clothes tree
clothes valet
an item of furniture on which clothes may be hung
clothes-brush
A type of brush designed for dusting and tidying (especially formal) clothes
clothes-maiden
Attributive form of clothes maiden, noun
clothes-peg
Alternative spelling of clothes peg
clothes-shop
Attributive form of clothes shop

clothes-shop employee.

clothes basket
a large basket for clothes that need to be washed, dried, or ironed
clothes basket
laundry basket, hamper for dirty clothes, laundry hamper to carry wet clothes after being washed to be dried
clothes brush
a brush used to remove dirt, dust etc from clothes
clothes closet
a closet where clothes are stored
clothes dryer
a dryer that dries clothes wet from washing
clothes hamper
a hamper that holds dirty clothes to be washed or wet clothes to be dried
clothes hanger
device from which clothes are suspended (for storage and to prevent wrinkling)
clothes hanger
a curved piece of metal, plastic, or wood with a hook on it that you use for hanging clothes American Equivalent: hanger
clothes hanger
a hanger that is shaped like a person's shoulders and used to hang garments on
clothes horse
disapproval If you describe someone, especially a woman, as a clothes horse, you mean that they are fashionable and think a lot about their clothes, but have little intelligence or no other abilities
clothes horse
A clothes horse is a folding frame used inside someone's house to hang washing on while it dries
clothes horse
{i} metal or wooden rack used for drying or hanging clothes; (Slang) person whose main interest is clothes dressing fashionably
clothes line
rope on which laundry is hung out to dry
clothes moth
any of several small yellowish or buff-colored moths whose larvae eat organic matter e g woolens
clothes moth
Any of various moths of the family Tineidae, whose larvae feed on wool, hair, fur, and feathers
clothes moth
any of several small yellowish or buff-colored moths whose larvae eat organic matter e
clothes moth
woolens
clothes moth
type of moth whose larvae eat wool or fur
clothes peg
A clothes peg is a small device which you use to fasten clothes to a washing line
clothes peg
{i} (British) clothespin, clip used to fasten clothes to a clothes line
clothes pin
clip or peg for attaching clothes to a clothesline
clothes tree
An upright pole or stand with hooks or pegs on which to hang clothing. Also called coat tree
clothes tree
branched rod used for hanging clothes
clothes tree
an upright pole with pegs or hooks on which to hang clothing
Clothes.
togs

'Look at his togs, Fagin!' said Charley, putting the light so close to his new jacket as nearly to set him on fire. 'Look at his togs! Superfine cloth, and the heavy swell cut! Oh, my eye, what a game! And his books, too! Nothing but a gentleman, Fagin!'.

Clothes.
weeds

Nor can the judicious reader be at a greater loss on account of Mrs Bridget Blifil, who, he may be assured, conducted herself through the whole season in which grief is to make its appearance on the outside of the body, with the strictest regard to all the rules of custom and decency, suiting the alterations of her countenance to the several alterations of her habit: for as this changed from weeds to black, from black to grey, from grey to white, so did her countenance change from dismal to sorrowful, from sorrowful to sad, and from sad to serious, till the day came in which she was allowed to return to her former serenity.

I need clothes
Indicates that the speaker needs clothes
cloth
A form of attire that represents a particular profession
cloth
Priesthood, clergy
cloth
A piece of cloth used for a particular purpose
clothe
To adorn or cover with clothing; to dress; to supply clothes or clothing
common clothes moth
A winged insect of Tineidae family, the caterpillar of which is a serious pest which destroys woollen materials
common clothes moths
plural form of common clothes moth
emperor's new clothes
Something obvious and embarrassing that is politely ignored or that goes unacknowledged

How did it come to this, that Toyota is now selling a hybrid gas-electric vehicle with no tangible fuel economy benefits?.

gym clothes
Clothing worn by students during physical education class at school
gym clothes
Clothing, specifically athletic wear, worn to a gym, fitness center or health club for the purpose of physical activity
plain clothes
Civilian clothes worn by someone in an occupation or organization for which a uniform might be expected, as the police or clergy
plain-clothes
Alternative spelling of plain clothes
sell my clothes, I'm going to heaven
A hyperbolic phrase expressing elation
street clothes
Ordinary clothes worn during everyday life, in contrast to those worn for some special occasion such as an athletic activity
swaddling clothes
A garment, made of strips of cloth, used to bind an infant and restrict movement of its limbs
under clothes
Underwear, linens; any garments worn beneath other clothing. Underwear may be for warmth, for protecting outer garments from body excretions, to alter the external appearance of the wearer, for security, etc
clothe
To wear clothes
cloth
{n} a thing woven, linen covering, canvas
clothe
{v} to find clothes, dress, cover, invest
Cloth
drapet
Emperor's New Clothes
a fairy tale (=old children's story) by Hans Christian Andersen about an emperor who pays a lot of money for some new magic clothes which can only be seen by wise people. The clothes do not really exist, but the emperor does not admit he cannot see them, because he does not want to seem stupid. Everyone else pretends to see the clothes too, until a child shouts, "The Emperor has no clothes on!" The title is often used to describe a situation in which people are afraid to criticize something because everyone else seems to think it is good or important
The King's New Clothes
{i} children's fairy tale written by Hans Christian Anderson
casemaking clothes moth
the larvae live in tubes of its food material fastened with silk that it spins
civilian clothes
{i} clothes worn by people who are not in the military or police force; ordinary clothes
cloth
A fiberglass reinforcement made by weaving strands of glass fiber yarn Cloth is available in various weights measured in ounces per square yard or Kg/m
cloth
A cloth is a piece of cloth which you use for a particular purpose, such as cleaning something or covering something. Clean the surface with a damp cloth. a tray covered with a cloth
cloth
cloath
cloth
The cardboard covers of a book with a final cover of fabric
cloth
Cloth is fabric which is made by weaving or knitting a substance such as cotton, wool, silk, or nylon. Cloth is used especially for making clothes. She began cleaning the wound with a piece of cloth. = fabric, material
cloth
artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers; "the fabric in the curtains was light and semitraqnsparent"; "woven cloth originated in Mesopotamia around 5000 BC"; "she measured off enough material for a dress"
cloth
A woven fabric such as used in dressing, decorating, cleaning or other practical use
cloth
widely used as a covering material since about 1830: original cloth is that commissioned by the publisher - binder's cloth a rebinding
cloth
The dress; raiment
cloth
Cloth is one of the goods that a trader can trade with Mainly produced in Kampen and London
cloth
A type of woven filter spectrum made from natural or synthetic yarns
cloth
The distinctive dress of any profession, especially of the clergy; hence, the clerical profession
cloth
n kain
cloth
A fabric made of fibrous material (or sometimes of wire, as in wire cloth); commonly, a woven fabric of cotton, woolen, or linen, adapted to be made into garments; specifically, woolen fabrics, as distinguished from all others
cloth
[Obs
cloth
the word cloth is sometimes used as a generic term for "fabric" The word cloth also considered a unit of length for measuring cloth
cloth
the fabric used to cover the boards and spine of a book
cloth
Woven fabric, finished in various ways; used with binder boards to make cases to top
cloth
The principle covering for books: since the mid nineteenth century most publishers have issued books in cloth (original cloth); books which have been re-bound are described as being in binder's cloth or specifically, library cloth The cloth used may be linen, cotton or silk
cloth
{i} fabric, material (woven of wool, cotton, etc.); rag, duster
cloth
The cloth is sometimes used to refer to Christian priests and ministers. a man of the cloth
clothe
To put garments on; to cover with clothing; to dress
clothe
{f} dress, cover, put clothes on
clothe
Fig
clothe
To provide with clothes; as, to feed and clothe a family; to clothe one's self extravagantly
clothe
To clothe someone means to provide them with clothes to wear. She was on her own with two kids to feed and clothe. see also clothed, clothes, clothing
clothe
To cover or invest, as with a garment; as, to clothe one with authority or power
clothe
provide with clothes or put clothes on; "Parents must feed and dress their child"
clothe
furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors
comfortable clothes
clothes which are loose and pleasant to wear
dressed up in fine clothes
{s} wearing nice clothing; made to appear fancy (especially about something that usually looks quite plain)
fine clothes
smart or elegant attire, stylish or high quality clothing
garish clothes
flashy and tasteless clothes
loud clothes
very boldly colored or patterned clothes, clothes which attract attention because of their designs
maternity clothes
clothes for pregnant women
men's clothes model
man who models men's clothing
night-clothes
pajamas, bedclothes, garments worn while sleeping
plain clothes
civilian clothing worn by a member of the armed forces (usually while on duty)
plain-clothes
Plain-clothes police officers wear ordinary clothes instead of a police uniform. He was arrested by plain-clothes detectives as he walked through the customs hall. in plain clothes: see plain uniformed. plain-clothes police are police who wear ordinary clothes so that they can work without being recognized
plain-clothes man
detective who dresses in regular clothing in order to disguise himself
prank oneself with fine clothes
dress up in fancy clothes
presentable clothes
clothes that one would not be embarrassed to wear in public
press clothes
iron clothes
second-hand clothes
used clothes, clothes that belonged to someone else in the past
silk clothes
silk garments, garments that are made of silk
small clothes
short pants, pants that stop above the knee; underwear
sports clothes
type of clothing used for sporting events
street clothes
ordinary clothing suitable for public appearances as opposed to costumes or sports apparel or work clothes etc
suit of clothes
suit: a set of garments (usually including a jacket and trousers or skirt) for outerwear all of the same fabric and color; "they buried him in his best suit"
summer clothes
special airy and light clothing worn during the summer months
sunday best clothes
{i} holiday clothing, festive wear
swaddling clothes
restrictions placed on the immature
swaddling clothes
a garment (a gown or narrow strips of cloth) for an infant
swaddling clothes
large pieces of cloth that people used to wrap around babies to keep them warm and protect them
swaddling clothes
restrictions placed on the immature a garment (a gown or narrow strips of cloth) for an infant
swaddling clothes
{i} diapers; restrictions
tattered clothes
old and ripped garments
took off his clothes
became naked like -, removed his clothing
warm clothes
clothes that keep one warm (i.e. a sweater, gloves, etc.)
webbing clothes moth
moth that forms a web in which it lives
winter clothes
winter dress, warm clothing which is for the cold days of winter
working clothes
comfortable clothing that one wears for work or for exercise training
worn out clothes
rags, old clothes, tattered garments
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف clothes في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

duvar askısı clothes rack
(fastened to a wall)
sandık eşyası clothes, linens, etc
(kept in a hope chest)
clothes

    التركية النطق

    klōz

    النطق

    /ˈklōz/ /ˈkloʊz/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ klO[th] ] (transitive verb.) before 12th century. Middle English cloþes

    فيديوهات

    ... >>Marissa Mayer: -- would like to know, with all the clothes ...
    ... quite blind to my clothes now, because they're so used to it ...

    كلمة اليوم

    acumen
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