Definition of 'dressed'
Example sentences containing 'dressed'
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By six-thirty I was showered and dressed and drinking my first cup of coffee in the kitchen. BETTER THAN THIS (2002)She made herself up as she'd never done to go to the maths department and dressed in her new autumn clothes. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)She was dressed in her dark blue riding habit, her long fur cloak draped over her shoulders. TREASON KEEP (2002)
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Translations for 'dressed'
British English: dressed /drɛst/ ADJECTIVE
If you are dressed, you are wearing clothes rather than being naked.
He was fully dressed, including shoes.
- American English: dressed
- Arabic: لابِس
- Brazilian Portuguese: vestido
- Chinese: 装饰一新的
- Croatian: odjeven
- Czech: oblečený
- Danish: påklædt
- Dutch: aangekleed
- European Spanish: vestido
- Finnish: pukeutunut
- French: habillé
- German: angekleidet
- Greek: ντυμένος
- Italian: vestito
- Japanese: 服を着た
- Korean: 옷을 입은
- Norwegian: påkledd
- Polish: ubrany
- European Portuguese: vestido
- Romanian: îmbrăcat
- Russian: одетый
- Spanish: vestido llevar puesto un vestido
- Swedish: klädd
- Thai: ได้แต่งตัวแล้ว
- Turkish: giyinik
- Ukrainian: вдягнений
- Vietnamese: đã mặc quần áo
Definition of dressed from the Collins English Dictionary
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