Definition of 'clothing'
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Example sentences containing 'clothing'
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Picking up an unburned stick Bridget poked into the glowing embers a remnant of clothing -- something white. INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)Osborne would funnel Radecki's illegal immigrants in via a couple of clothing sweatshops he ran in the East End. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)Back to the picture of James with a bruised face and wearing dishevelled and ripped clothing. SOMEBODY (2002)
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Translations for 'clothing'
British English: clothing /ˈkləʊðɪŋ/ NOUN
Clothing is the clothes people wear.
You'll need protective clothing.
- American English: clothing
- Arabic: مَلاَبِس
- Brazilian Portuguese: vestuário
- Chinese: 衣服
- Croatian: odjevni predmeti
- Czech: oděvy
- Danish: tøj
- Dutch: kleding
- European Spanish: ropa
- Finnish: vaatetus
- French: vêtements
- German: Bekleidung
- Greek: ρουχισμός
- Italian: abbigliamento
- Japanese: 衣類
- Korean: 의복
- Norwegian: klær
- Polish: odzież
- European Portuguese: vestuário
- Romanian: îmbrăcăminte
- Russian: одежда
- Spanish: confección
- Swedish: klädsel
- Thai: เสื้อผ้า
- Turkish: giyim
- Ukrainian: одяг
- Vietnamese: quần áo
Definition of clothing from the Collins English Dictionary
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