Definition of 'clothes'
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They wore clothes that blended plain and utilitarian cuts with sportswear details and urban styling. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We pictured him walking around the grounds in casual clothes without handcuffs. The Sun (2016)Some had packed a change of clothes. Times, Sunday Times (2016) People wear our clothes because they want to be looked at. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The man looked just like my boyfriend and was wearing the same clothes. The Sun (2016)Most high street shops do not sell fur but some is appearing on clothes sold by independent retailers and online. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The bigger goal is to supply retailers and suppliers with data on the actual sizes of consumers and on the combinations of clothes that people buy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She claimed that High Street stores are helping to promote an unhealthy image if they sell trendy clothes in bigger sizes. The Sun (2016)We sell luxury clothes at affordable prices. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They are normal people in normal clothes doing something very normal. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was dark but he could feel the clothes brush against his cheek. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Wearing the right shoes and clothes as well as being fit can make all the difference. Survive the Nine to Five - a woman's guide to working well (1989)The only thing she envied the men was their casual clothes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You can fit it into your day without getting changed into special clothes. The Sun (2006)We need to make very sure that we are wearing clothes. Positive Parent Power (1991)His plan was to design clothes to sell to the shops he had worked in. READY, STEADY, GO!: Swinging London and the Invention of Cool (2002)Perhaps the team were relying on most people viewing the clothes on a phone screen. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The whole pile of clothes and shoes in the wardrobe. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The call was to wear smart but casual clothes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Take a change of clothes so you can hit the office and still be fresh. The Sun (2008) People buy clothes that bear some relation to the temperature outside. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My weakness has always been beautiful clothes and shoes. The Sun (2013)She looked me up and down in my casual weekend clothes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Some people modestly changed into dry clothes before making for home on foot or by car. Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent (1994)It has been brought to my attention that some people wear clothes in bed. Times, Sunday Times (2014)To see her image lifted wholesale to sell clothes was a wrench were not expecting or consulted on. The Sun (2012)If it lands on your clothes, gently brush it off. The Sun (2010)But people are now wanting to know how soon they will be able to put a jaunty clothes brush over their funeral suit. Times, Sunday Times (2014)People earn more money from selling women's clothes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We shop online together for their shoes and clothes, but only when there are discounts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Our Father does not know us because of the clothes that we wear or the haircut that we keep. Christianity Today (2000)He rubbed his eyes and scrambled to his feet, brushing down his clothes to cover up his embarrassment. POSITIVELY FEARLESS: Breaking free of the fears that hold you back (2001)
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Translations for 'clothes'
British English: clothes /kləʊðz/ NOUN
Clothes are the things that people wear, such as shirts, coats, trousers, and dresses.
Moira went upstairs to change her clothes.
- American English: clothes
- Arabic: مَلَابِس
- Brazilian Portuguese: roupa
- Chinese: 衣服
- Croatian: odjeća
- Czech: oblečení
- Danish: tøj
- Dutch: kleren
- European Spanish: ropa
- Finnish: vaatteet
- French: vêtements
- German: Kleidung
- Greek: ρούχα
- Italian: abiti
- Japanese: 服
- Korean: 옷
- Norwegian: klær
- Polish: ubranie
- European Portuguese: roupa
- Romanian: haine
- Russian: одежда
- Spanish: ropa
- Swedish: kläder
- Thai: เสื้อผ้า
- Turkish: giysiler
- Ukrainian: одяг
- Vietnamese: quần áo
Definition of clothes from the Collins English Dictionary
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