clothe

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Englisch - Türkisch
giydirmek
{f} giysi sağlamak
çamaşır

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

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

{f} sarmak
üstünü örtmek
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.

{f} renklendirmek
{f} örtmek
{f} bürümek
{f} zenginleştirmek
{f} güzel bir dille anlatmak
giydir,v.giydir
{f} kaplamak
elbise

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

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

buru
clothes
{i} giysi

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

Biz onlara para ve giysi sağladık. - We provided them with money and clothes.

clothes
elbise

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

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

cloth
kumaş

Bu kumaş ona göre daha üstün. - This cloth is superior to that.

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

clothing
giyim

Tom'un bir giyim mağazası açma çabaları boşa gitti. - Tom's efforts to open a clothing store went up in smoke.

Buraya yakın bir giyim mağazası var mı? - Is there a clothing store near here?

cloth
{i} bez

Nemli bir bezle pencereyi temizle. - Clean the window with a damp cloth.

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

clothing
{i} giysi

Ben çevrimiçi giysi satarım. - I sell clothing online.

Bu dükkân kadın giysisi satar. - This shop deals in women's clothing.

clothe formally
resmi olarak giydir
clothe formally
resmi olarak giydir(mek)
clothe formally
resmi olarak giydirmek
clothes
esvap
cloth
sofra örtüsü
clothes
örtüler
clothes
yatak takımları
clothes
argo giyimine düşkün kimse
clothes
clothes pole çamaşır ipini
clad
giyinik/kaplı
clad
kaplanmış
clothes
clothespin mandal
clothes
{i} çamaşır

Valiz kirli çamaşırlardan başka bir şey içermiyordu. - The suitcase contained nothing but dirty clothes.

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

clothes
clothesline çamaşırclothes moth güve
clothes
clotheshorse çamaşır askısı
cloth
elbise

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

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

cloth
örtü

Onlar masaya örtü örttüler. - They covered the table with a cloth.

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

clad
bürünmüş
clad
kaplı
clad
korunmuş
clad
giydirmek
clad
kaplamak
cloth
dokuma
cloth
bez örtü
cloth
çaput
cloth
(Tekstil) material
clothed
giydirilmiş
clothed
giyinmiş

Çocukların çoğu zar zor giyinmişti. - Many of the children were barely clothed.

clothes
ruba
clothes
kapama
clothes
giyim kuşam
clothes
urba
clothes
giysiler

Giysileri satın almak için para kullanırım. - I use money for buying clothes.

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

clothes
üstbaş
clothing
üst
clothing
(Askeri) melbusat
clothing
giyecek

Onlara giyecek ve biraz yiyecek verdim. - I gave them clothing and some food.

O, yolcuya yiyecek ve giyecek sağladı. - She provided the traveler with food and clothing.

clothing
(Gıda) kaplama
clothing
giydirme
clothing
giysiler

Mary kışkırtıcı giysiler giyiyor. - Mary is wearing provocative clothing.

Yazın pamuklu giysileri giymeyi severim. - I like cotton clothing in the summer.

clothing
elbiseler

Ben elbiselerimi mahvetmiyorum. - I'm not ruining my clothing.

Onlar kendi elbiselerini berbat etmediler. - They didn't ruin their clothing.

clothing
üzeri
clothing
giydirerek
clothes
clothes basket çamaşır sepeti
clad
yastık
clad
örtünmüş
cloth
{i} rahiplik
clothed
{f} giydir
clothing
kıyafet

Müstehcen kıyafetler giymem. - I don't wear suggestive clothing.

Her ikisi de koyu renk kıyafetler giymişti. - Both wore dark clothing.

clothing
{f} giydir
Clothing
libas
causal clothe
Gündelik kıyafet
cloth
{i} yelken
cloth
bezl
clothes
üst baş
clothes
faça
designer clothe
Özel tasarım giysi
designer clothe
tasarımcı giydiriyoruz
best clothe
en iyi elbise
clad
(Nükleer Bilimler) zarf
clad
{f} giy: adj.giyinmiş,yastık
clad
örtülü
clad
sarılmış
clad
f., bak. clothe
cloth
din adamlığı
cloth
cilt bezi
cloth
rahiplik/örtü/kumaş
clothing
giyecek/kıyafet
clothing
fistan
clothing
(Askeri) GİYECEK, GİYSİ
clothing
esvap
clothing
giyim eşyası elbise
clothing
{i} elbise

Kötü hava yoktur, kötü elbise vardır. - There's no bad weather, there's bad clothing.

Hava dahada ısındığı için, Tom bir kat elbise daha çıkardı. - Since it was getting even hotter, Tom peeled off another layer of clothing.

clothing
{i} giyim eşyası, giysiler, elbiseler
clothing
{f} giydir: prep.giydirerek
protective clothe
(Nükleer Bilimler) koruyucu giysi
Englisch - Englisch
To adorn or cover with clothing; to dress; to supply clothes or clothing
To wear clothes
{v} to find clothes, dress, cover, invest
provide with clothes or put clothes on; "Parents must feed and dress their child"
To cover or invest, as with a garment; as, to clothe one with authority or power
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
To provide with clothes; as, to feed and clothe a family; to clothe one's self extravagantly
Fig
{f} dress, cover, put clothes on
furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors
To put garments on; to cover with clothing; to dress
clad
Simple past tense and past participle of clad
clad
To cover with insulation
clad
Simple past tense and past participle of clothe
cloth
A form of attire that represents a particular profession
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Priesthood, clergy
cloth
A piece of cloth used for a particular purpose
clothes
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clothe
clothes
plural form of cloth
clothing
Clothes; apparel for wearing
cloth
{n} a thing woven, linen covering, canvas
clothes
{n} a garment, dress
clothing
{n} a garment, dress
Cloth
drapet
Clothed
habilimented
To clothe
clad
To clothe
habit
To clothe
enclothe
To clothe
vesture
clad
dressed; clothed
clad
archaic, past of clothe
clad
past of clad
clad
(Adj ) -dressed; covered
clad
of Clothe
clad
A layer of aluminum bonded or sheathed to the exterior of a wood window to achieve a maintenance free product
clad
A copper object on a printed circuit board Specifying certain text items for a board to be "in clad" means that the text should be made of copper, not silkscreen
clad
wearing or provided with clothing; sometimes used in combination; "clothed and in his right mind"- Bible; "proud of her well-clothed family"; "nurses clad in white"; "white-clad nurses"
clad
covered or clothed
clad
Composed of more than one metallic layer, e g dimes, quarters, and halves currently minted by the U S
clad
having an outer covering especially of thin metal; "steel-clad"; "armor-clad"
clad
{f} cover with a protective layer, bond one layer of metal to another
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clad
If you are clad in particular clothes, you are wearing them. the figure of a woman, clad in black posters of scantily-clad women. Clad is also a combining form. the leather-clad biker
clad
A term used to describe any of the modern "sandwich" coins that have layers of copper and nickel (A pure copper core surrounded by a copper-nickel alloy ) Also used for the 40-percent silver half dollars
clad
(noun) a protective or insulating layer
clad
{s} dressed, attired, covered
clad
Composed of more than one layer, such as the copper-nickel over copper composition of U S dimes, quarters, and halves minted presently
clad
a laminated or sandwiched coin metal
clad
A building, part of a building, or mountain that is clad with something is covered by that thing. The walls and floors are clad with ceramic tiles. Clad is also a combining form. the distant shapes of snow-clad mountains. A past tense and a past participle of clothe
clad
coins made of layers of metal Examples include our modern Dimes, Quarters, Half Dollars, and One Dollars that have centers of copper and outer layers of a copper-nickel alloy
clad
having an outer covering especially of thin metal; "steel-clad"; "armor-clad
cloth
A type of woven filter spectrum made from natural or synthetic yarns
cloth
cloath
cloth
The cardboard covers of a book with a final cover of fabric
cloth
A woven fabric such as used in dressing, decorating, cleaning or other practical use
cloth
n kain
cloth
the fabric used to cover the boards and spine of a book
cloth
The dress; raiment
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
widely used as a covering material since about 1830: original cloth is that commissioned by the publisher - binder's cloth a rebinding
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
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
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
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
The distinctive dress of any profession, especially of the clergy; hence, the clerical profession
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
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
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Cloth is one of the goods that a trader can trade with Mainly produced in Kampen and London
clothed
sarkit
clothed
If you are clothed in a certain way, you are dressed in that way. He lay down on the bed fully clothed women clothed in black. = dressed
clothed
wearing or provided with clothing; sometimes used in combination; "clothed and in his right mind"- Bible; "proud of her well-clothed family"; "nurses clad in white"; "white-clad nurses
clothed
past of clothe
clothes
{i} garments, apparel
clothes
n pakaian (pakai)
clothes
threads
clothes
tog
clothes
third-person singular of clothe
clothes
Items of clothing; apparel
clothes
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
clothes
clothing in general; "she was refined in her choice of apparel"; "he always bought his clothes at the same store"; "fastidious about his dress"
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> yifu
clothes
obsolete, plural of cloth
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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
clothes
wearing apparel, as in: Wear your nicest business clothes for your interview for that job
clothes
clothing; all the cloth articles of personal and household use that can be washed
clothes
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)
clothes
The covering of a bed; bedclothes
clothing
present participle of clothe
clothing
Garments in general; clothes; dress; raiment; covering
clothing
apparel
clothing
kit
clothing
the shorter length wools within a grade
clothing
- anything that a player is wearing that is not classed as external protective equipment, including such items as spectacles or jewellery, is classed as clothing, even though he may be wearing some items of apparel, which are not visible, for protection A bat being carried by a batsman does not come within this definition of clothing
clothing
A covering of non-conducting material on the outside of a boiler, or steam chamber, to prevent radiation of heat
clothing
n pakaian (pakai)
clothing
The category further refined by the addition of M for men, W for women, S for slave, C for children, or G for General (gender not known) It contains the sub-categories: accessories, body, feet, hand, and head
clothing
Covering for a person's body
clothing
a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
clothing
JEWELRY
clothing
Clothing is the things that people wear. Some locals offered food and clothing to the refugees What is your favourite item of clothing? Wear protective clothing. the clothes that people wear
clothing
Having sufficient warm clothing for winter
clothing
The art of process of making cloth
clothing
{i} clothes, garments
clothing
See Card clothing, under 3d Card
clothing
Any of the endless belts, usually of woven monofilament cloth, m which the web of paper is formed or carried through the sections of the paper machine Includes forming fabrics (sometimes still called "wires"), dryer fabrics (or dryer felts or screens), and press felts
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