gown

listen to the pronunciation of gown
Englisch - Türkisch
uzun kadın giysisi
kadın elbisesi
{i} elbise

Yaşam, bitlerle dolu harika bir elbisedir. - Life is a magnificent gown full of lice.

Dansta herkes benim elbisemi övdü. - At the dance, everyone raved about my gown.

{i} uzun etekli kadın elbisesi
önlük

Periler incecik önlükle dans etti. - The fairies danced in wispy gowns.

cüppe/rop
gece giysisi
cüppe
{i} gecelik

Gecelik ipekten yapılır. - The gown is made of silk.

özellikle gecelik
(fiil) cüppe giydirmek
{i} rop
biniş
town and gown şehir halkı ve üniversite cemiyeti
{i} sabahlık

O, saten bir sabahlık giymişti. - She was wearing a gown of satin.

robdosambr
{i} sabahlık (giysi)
{f} cüppe giydirmek
{i} üniversiteli
cübbe
dressing gown
sabahlık
dressing gown
İng. sabahlık; robdöşambr
dressing gown
robdöşambr
dressing gown
(Teknik,Tekstil) ropdöşambr
bridal gown
gelinlik
morning gown
sabahlık elbise
night gown
gecelik
wedding gown
nikah elbisesi
ball gown
top cüppe
cap, gown and tassel package
kep, cüppe ve püskülden oluşan set
dress, gown
elbise, elbise
dressing-gown
sabahlık
filmy gown
içini gösteren bir gecelik
stripped of a gown; unfrocked
Bir elbisenin soymak; unfrocked
wedding gown
gelinlik
wig and gown
İngiliz yargıçların giyindiği peruk ve cüppe
woman's dressing gown, negligee
kadın sabahlık, sabahlık
bathing gown
bornoz
geneva gown
siyah cüppe
morning gown
sabahlık
silk gown
ipek cüppe
silk gown
kraliyet avukatının cüppesi
surgical gown
(Tıp) ameliyat önlüğü
tea gown
çaya giderken giyilen elbise
Englisch - Englisch
A loose, flowing upper garment
The official robe of certain professional men and scholars, as university students and officers, barristers, judges, etc.; hence, the dress of peace; the dress of civil officers, in distinction from military
A loose wrapper worn by gentlemen within doors; a dressing gown
The ordinary outer dress of a woman; as, a calico or silk gown
The university community

In the perennial town versus gown battles, townies win some violent battles, but the collegians are winning the war.

Any sort of dress or garb
The robe worn by a surgeon
To dress in a gown, to don or garb with a gown
{n} a long upper garment, loose habit, dress
dress in a gown
Gown and town row A scrimmage between the students of different colleges, on one side, and the townsmen, on the other These feuds go back to the reign of King John, when 3,000 students left Oxford for Reading, owing to a quarrel with the men of the town What little now remains of this "ancient tenure" is confined, as far as the town is concerned, to the bargees and their "tails "
This article of clothing is made of a bodice and skirt sewn together at the waist It fastens down the front with buttons, hooks and eyes, or ribbon ties This is a style which is somewhat old-fashioned by 1620, and is more likely to be worn by older women
long, usually formal, woman's dress outerwear consisting of a long flowing garment used for official or ceremonial occasions protective garment worn by surgeons during operations dress in a gown
long, usually formal, woman's dress
protective garment worn by surgeons during operations
A loose, flowing upper garment The ordinary outer dress of a woman; as, a calico or silk gown
Robe worn by academics to avoid having soup spilt on them at meal-times in Hall Thus, the larger the gown, the more prestigious it is; the more colourful it is, the more meals the owner has been served Also used to refer to the University as in `Town and Gown'
The official robe of certain professional men and scholars, as university students and officers, barristers, judges, etc
{f} wear a gown; put a gown on, dress in a gown
A gown is a loose black garment worn on formal occasions by people such as lawyers and academics. an old headmaster in a flowing black gown
outerwear consisting of a long flowing garment used for official or ceremonial occasions
a long, usually formal dress for a woman
hence, the dress of peace; the dress of civil officers, in distinction from military
A gown is a dress, usually a long dress, which women wear on formal occasions. The new ball gown was a great success. wedding gowns
{i} long woman's dress or robe; outer garment worn by men and women; nightgown
dressing gown
An item of clothing often made from cotton or another absorbent material, in the form of a long open robe with a belt to tie it around the middle and fasten it securely; often worn over pyjamas
surgical gown
A protective plastic gown worn by a surgeon when performing surgery
wedding gown
wedding dress
cocktail gown
A cocktail dress or cocktail gown is a woman's dress worn at cocktail parties and semi-formal, or "black tie" occasions
gowned
{a} dressed in or having a gown
morning-gown
{n} a loose gown for the morning
A gown
gite
Geneva gown
A loose black academic or clerical gown with wide sleeves
a gown
kirtle
academic gown
a gown worn by academics or judges
ball gown
the most formal gown; worn to a ball
bridal gown
a gown worn by the bride at a wedding
dinner gown
formal dress worn in the evening
dressing gown
A dressing gown is a long, loose garment which you wear over your night clothes when you are not in bed. A robe worn for lounging or before dressing. a piece of clothing like a long loose coat that you wear inside the house, usually over night clothes = bathrobe, robe robe
dressing gown
a robe worn before dressing or while lounging
dressing gown
{i} robe de chambre, loose robe worn before dressing or when lounging around the house (especially British)
evening gown
dinner dress: a formal gown for evening wear
evening gown
A woman's formal dress. Also called evening dress
evening gown
woman's formal dress, dress for evening social occasions
geneva gown
black academic gown widely used by Protestant clergymen
gowned
wearing a gown; "beautifully gowned women
gowned
wearing a gown; "beautifully gowned women"
gowned
{s} dressed in a gown
gowned
Dressed in a gown; clad
gowns
plural of gown
low-cut gown
dress that has a low neckline, dress that exposes much of the chest
sea gown
A gown or frock with short sleeves, formerly worn by mariners
wedding gown
a gown worn by the bride at a wedding
gown

    Türkische aussprache

    gaun

    Aussprache

    /ˈgoun/ /ˈɡaʊn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'gaun ] (noun.) 14th century. Anglo-Norman gune, goune 'fur-trimmed coat, pelisse', from Late Latin gunna 'leather garment, a fur', from Late Greek goúna 'coarse garment', ultimately from Sarmato-Scythian *gaunyā 'fur' (compare Avestan gaona 'body hair', Ossetian γun)

    Tempora

    gowns, gowning, gowned

    Wort des Tages

    empennage
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