Definition of 'glove'
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Wear gloves to protect yourself against the milky sap. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We were extremely careful in our demonstration and wore protective gloves. The Sun (2012)The oven gloves and circular pot grab are made from printed cotton and quilted grey wool felt. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He held up a huge finger gloved in gold leather. The Broken God (1993)They fit like a glove and will keep your feet nice and cool. The Sun (2014)She put a rubber glove on and stuck her hand in my mouth. The Sun (2015) Wear rubber gloves and blend into cracks with your finger. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The finishing touch was a dummy clasped in her gloved hand. The Sun (2006)Some of the more fragile items require white gloves. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Will the gloves come off without the restraining influence of a coalition partner? Times, Sunday Times (2015)You will need to sleep in cotton gloves though. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He put on his protective gown and gloves but failed to wear his goggles and face shield. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Long gloves will keep your arms warm once the mercury drops. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It was only then she realised she was wearing gloves. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Dig out your finest leather driving gloves and whisk your loved one off into the sunset for a romantic weekend away. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Had his gloves warmed only once. The Sun (2013)Keep skin covered, wear gloves and a dust mask. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Wearing oven gloves, remove the tin from the oven and set on a heatproof surface. The Sun (2012)Wear warm gloves, socks and shoes in the cold. The Sun (2010)I ask if that is why he covers them with gloves and rings, but he says no. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'glove'
British English: glove /ɡlʌv/ NOUN
Gloves are pieces of clothing which cover your hand and wrist and have individual sections for each finger.
He put his gloves in his pocket.
- American English: glove
- Arabic: قُفَّاز
- Brazilian Portuguese: luva
- Chinese: 手套
- Croatian: rukavica
- Czech: rukavice
- Danish: handske
- Dutch: handschoen
- European Spanish: guante
- Finnish: käsine
- French: gant
- German: Handschuh
- Greek: γάντι
- Italian: guanto
- Japanese: 手袋
- Korean: 장갑
- Norwegian: hanske
- Polish: rękawiczka
- European Portuguese: luva
- Romanian: mănușă
- Russian: перчатка
- Spanish: guante
- Swedish: handske
- Thai: ถุงมือ
- Turkish: eldiven
- Ukrainian: рукавичка
- Vietnamese: găng tay
Definition of glove from the Collins English Dictionary
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