endue

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örtmek
giy
giydirmek
endue lütuflandır
giymek
vermek
endue with
(Fiili Deyim ) ile donatmak
indue
giymek
indue
vermek
indue
giydirmek
endued
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İngilizce - İngilizce
To clothe; to endow or invest (with a thing)

Judaea greeted its monarch. He was to ascend to the immemorial sacring place of millennia of kings, there to be endued with the robe and crown of rule.

To take on, to take the form of

My transport of the afternoon, and the matter of physical contrast, made me endue the tactile apparatus of another man, any man but me, and imagine the beauty of Zip in his caressing arms.

To pass food into the stomach; to digest; also figuratively, to take on, absorb

none but she it vewed, / Who well perceiued all, and all indewed.

to endow with some quality, gift, or grace, usually spiritual
{v} to supply with graces to invest
[Middle English induen; influenced by Latin induere to put on] : PUT ON, DON
PROVIDE, ENDOW: "endued with the rights of a citizen"
IMBUE, TRANSFUSE: "a mummy again endued with animation ― Mary W. Shelley"
give qualities or abilities to
An older spelling of Endow
To invest
{f} furnish with some quality or ability; take on, assume; put on clothing, dress
Enduing
enduement
To endue
due
endued
past of endue
endues
third-person singular of endue
enduing
present participle of endue
indue
To clothe; to invest; hence, to endow; to furnish; to supply with moral or mental qualities
indue
To put on, as clothes; to draw on
indue
give qualities or abilities to
indue
{f} endue, endow, furnish with some quality or ability; clothe, dress, put on clothing
endue

    Heceleme

    en·due

    Telaffuz

    Etimoloji

    [ in-'dü, -'dyü, en- ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. From Old French enduire, partly from Latin indūcere (“lead in”), partly from en- + duire.

    Zamanlar

    endues, enduing, endued

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