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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kaftan

O, pijamasının üstüne kaftan giydi. - He wore a robe over his pajamas.


Yeşil bir bornoz giyiyor. - She is wearing a green robe.

{f} giydir
(Mukavele) elbise

Papa kırmızı elbisesi ile göründü. - The pope appeared in his red robe.

Mary elbisesini çıkardı ve duşa girdi. - Mary slipped off her robe and got into the shower.

{i} giysi

Mary siyah bir giysi giyiyordu. - Mary was wearing a black robe.

{f} örtmek
{f} giymek (cüppe vb.)
{i} sabahlık
kürk atkı
{f} giydirmek
kaftan giydirmek veya giymek
{i} rop
{i} lata
{i} uzun elbise

Uzun elbiseler giymişti. - He was wearing long robes.

resmi elbise
{f} sarmak
robes of state resmi ve uzun hükümdar kıyafeti
(fiil) giydirmek, örtmek, sarmak, giymek (cüppe vb.)
loose robe
{f} giydir
christening robe
(Tekstil) vaftiz elbisesi
the gentlemen of the long robe
the long robe
the robe
Englisch - Englisch
To clothe someone in a robe
A long loose outer garment, often signifying honorary stature
{v} to dress pompously, dress, invest
{n} a long vest or gown, a dress of dignity
outerwear consisting of a long flowing garment used for official or ceremonial occasions
{i} any long loose garment; dress, gown
A skin of an animal, especially, a skin of the bison, dressed with the fur on, and used as a wrap
any loose flowing garment
To invest with a robe or robes; to dress; to array; as, fields robed with green
A robe is a loose piece of clothing which covers all of your body and reaches the ground. You can describe someone as wearing a robe or as wearing robes. Pope John Paul II knelt in his white robes before the simple altar
{f} dress oneself in a long loose garment; put on a dress, put on a gown
An outer garment; a dress of a rich, flowing, and elegant style or make; hence, a dress of state, rank, office, or the like
A robe is a piece of clothing, usually made of towelling, which people wear in the house, especially when they have just got up or had a bath. Ryle put on a robe and went down to the kitchen
clothe formally; especially in ecclesiastical robes
robe de chambre
{i} dressing gown, loose robe worn before dressing or when lounging around the house, loose robe worn after getting out of bed or taking a bath
buffalo robe
A cured bison hide, with the hair left on, used as a blanket or wrap

1920 The snow was too thick and the ruts frozen too hard for the motor. They drove out in a clumsy high carriage. Tucked over them was a blue woolen cover, prickly to her wrists, and outside of it a buffalo robe, humble and moth-eaten now, used ever since the bison herds had streaked the prairie a few miles to the west. — Lewis Sinclair,.

bath robe
long garment work after a shower or bath
buffalo robe
The dressed skin of the North American bison, used as a lap robe, cape, or blanket
lap robe
A blanket or fur piece for covering the lap, legs, and feet, as of a passenger in an unheated car or carriage
priestly robe
garment of a priest; garment of the highest religious official
past of robe
wearing long loose clothing
dressed or clothed especially in fine attire; often used in combination; "the elegantly attired gentleman"; "neatly dressed workers"; "monks garbed in hooded robes"; "went about oddly garmented"; "professors robed in crimson"; "tuxedo-attired gentlemen"; "crimson-robed Harvard professors"
plural of robe
present participle of robe
The act of putting on a robe

    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈrōb/ /ˈroʊb/


    [ 'rOb ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle French robe "robe, garment" from Old French robe "booty, spoils of war", of Germanic origin, from Frankish *rauba, *rouba "booty, spoils, stolen clothes"; literally, "things taken" from Proto-Germanic *raubō, *raubáz, *raubán (“booty, that which is stripped or carried away”) from Proto-Indo-European *reup- (“to tear, peel”). Akin to Old High German roup "booty" (German Raub "robbery, spoils"), Old High German roubōn "to rob, steal" (German rauben), Old English rēafian (“to steal, deprive”). More at rob, reave.


    robes, robing, robed

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