smock

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A loose garment worn as protection by a painter, etc
Of or pertaining to a smock; resembling a smock
To provide with, or clothe in, a smock or a smock frock. Alfred Tennyson
Hence, of or pertaining to a woman
A woman's undergarment; a shift; a chemise

In her smock, with head and foot all bare. Chaucer.

To apply smocking
A blouse
{a} like a woman
{n} a woman's body-linen, a shift
{f} provide with a smock, dress in a loose fitting garment; decorate with smocking, gather in a pattern of small even pleats (of fabric)
A womans undergarment; a shift; a chemise
a loose coverall (coat or frock) reaching down to the ankles
{i} loose protective garment worn over clothing while working, overall; undergarment, chemise
To provide with, or clothe in, a smock or a smock frock. Tennyson
Of or pertaining to a smock; resembling a smock; hence, of or pertaining to a woman
embellish by sewing in lines crossing each other diagonally; "The folk dancers wore smocked shirts
embellish by sewing in lines crossing each other diagonally; "The folk dancers wore smocked shirts"
A woman's under- garment; a shift; a chemise
A smock is a loose garment, rather like a long blouse, usually worn by women. She was wearing wool slacks and a paisley smock
To provide with, or clothe in, a smock or a smock frock
A smock is a loose garment worn by people such as artists to protect their clothing
A blouse; a smoock frock
smock frock
{i} coarse loose smock worn by laborers mainly in Europe
smock frock
A coarse frock, or shirt, worn over the other dress, as by farm laborers
lady smock
The cuckoo-flower, Cardamine pratensis
smocking
Present participle of smock
smocking
An embroidery technique in which the fabric is gathered and then embroidered with decorative stitches to hold the gathers in place
lady's smock
a bitter cress of Europe and America
ladys smock
pratensis; cuckoo flower
ladys smock
A plant of the genus Cardamine C
smocked
A smocked dress or top is decorated with smocking. She was pretty and young, in a loose smocked sundress
smocked
past of smock
smocking
{i} decorative embroidery which gathers cloth into small even pleats
smocking
embroidery consisting of ornamental needlework on a garment that is made by gathering the cloth tightly in stitches
smocking
Smocking is a decoration on tops and dresses which is made by gathering the material into folds using small stitches. a type of decoration made on cloth by pulling the cloth into small regular folds held tightly with stitches
smocks
plural of smock
smock

    Турецкое произношение

    smäk

    Произношение

    /ˈsmäk/ /ˈsmɑːk/

    Этимология

    [ 'smäk ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English smoc; akin to Old High German smocho, Icelandic smokkr, and from the root of Old English smgan (“to creep”), akin to German schmiegen (“to cling to, press close”). Middle High German smiegen, Icelandic smjga (“to creep through, to put on a garment which has a hole to put the head through”); compare with Lithuanian smukti (“to glide”). See also smug, smuggle.

    Времена

    smocks, smocking, smocked

    Слово дня

    saturnine
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