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dress /dres/
  • danh từ
    • quần áo
      • in full dress: ăn mặc lễ phục
      • in evening dress: mặc quần áo dự dạ hội (đàn bà); mặc lễ phục (đàn ông)
      • a (the) dress: áo dài phụ nữ
    • vỏ ngoài, cái bọc ngoài, vẻ ngoài
    • ngoại động từ
      • mặc (quần áo...), ăn mặc
        • to be dressed in black: mặc đồ đen
        • to be well dressed: ăn mặc sang trọng
      • băng bó, đắp thuốc (người bị thương, vết thương)
      • (quân sự) sửa lại hàng ngũ cho thẳng hàng, treo cờ xí (tàu thuỷ); bày biện (mặt hàng)
      • sắm quần áo (cho một vở kịch)
      • đẽo gọt (gỗ, đá), mài giũa (đồ thép...), mài nhẵn (mặt đá...)
      • hồ (vải); thuộc (da)
      • chải, vấn (tóc, đầu); chải (lông ngựa)
      • sửa (vườn) tỉa, xén (cây)
      • sửa soạn, nêm đồ gia vị, nấu (thức ăn)
      • xới, làm (đất); bón phân (ruộng)
      • nội động từ
        • mặc quần áo, ăn mặc
          • to dress well: ăn mặc sang trọng
        • mặc lễ phục (dự dạ hội...)
          • to dress for dinner: mặc lễ phục để ăn cơm tối
        • (quân sự) xếp thẳng hàng
          • right dress!: bên phải thẳng hàng!
          • dress up!: tiến lên thẳng hàng!
          • dress back!: lùi thẳng hàng!
        • to dress down
          • (thông tục) chỉnh, mắng mỏ; đánh đập
        • đẽo, gọt, mài giũa
        • to dress out
          • diện ngất, "lên khung"
        • to dress up
          • diện bảnh; ăn mặc chải chuốt tề chỉnh
        • mặc quần áo hội nhảy giả trang
        • to be dressed up to the nines (to the knocker)
          • "lên khung" , diện ngất
      Concise Dictionary
      dresses|dressed|dressingdres
      noun
      +a one-piece garment for a woman; has skirt and bodice
      +clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion
      +clothing in general
      verb
      +put on clothes
      +provide with clothes or put clothes on
      +put a finish on
      +dress in a certain manner
      +dress or groom with elaborate care
      +kill and prepare for market or consumption
      +arrange in ranks
      +decorate (food), as with parsley or other ornamental foods
      +provide with decoration
      +put a dressing on
      +cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of
      +cut down rough-hewn (lumber) to standard thickness and width
      +convert into leather
      +apply a bandage or medication to
      +give a neat appearance to
      +arrange attractively
      adj.
      +suitable for formal occasions
      +(of an occasion) requiring formal clothes

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      v.
      1 clothe, put on (clothing or clothes), attire, apparel, outfit, fit out, garb, accoutre or US also accouter; array, bedeck, deck out, rig out, smarten up:
      They dressed him to look like a prince.
      2 array, equip, adorn, decorate, deck out, arrange:
      He has a job dressing shop windows.
      3 bandage, treat, medicate, doctor:
      After dressing my wound they gave me a sedative.
      4 dress down. reprimand, scold, berate, castigate, rebuke, reprove, upbraid, Colloq tell off, haul (someone) over the coals, Brit tear (someone) off a strip, US and Canadian chew out, US rake (someone) over the coals, tee off on (someone):
      The colonel dressed us down and cancelled all leave.
      5 dress up.
      (a) put on dinner or formal clothes, put on one's (Sunday) best (clothes), Colloq put on one's best bib and tucker or one's glad rags:
      On the cruise, we dressed up in our dinner-jackets every night.
      (b) (put on a) costume, disguise, masquerade, camouflage, put on fancy dress:
      The children dressed up as goblins for Hallowe'en.
      n.
      6 frock, gown, outfit, costume, Colloq get-up:
      Why not wear your new dress to the dance tonight?
      Advanced English Dictionary
      + adjective [not before noun]
      1 wearing clothes and not naked or wearing clothes for sleeping: Hurry up and get dressed. + fully dressed + I can't go to the door-I'm not dressed yet.
      2 ~ (in ...) wearing clothes of a particular type: smartly dressed + The bride was dressed in white. + He was casually dressed in jeans and a T-shirt.
      Idioms: dressed to kill (informal) wearing the kind of clothes that will make people notice and admire you
      dressed (up) to the nines (informal) wearing very elegant or formal clothes
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