Definition of 'nightdress'
Example sentences containing 'nightdress'
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It was only then that she realized she had been put into some kind of hospital nightdress. TO HIS JUST DESSERTS (2002)And my mum had to change, from her Sunday best two-piece suit into her own Marks & Spencer nightdress. MAN AND WIFE (2002)
"I'll thank you to stop pulling faces," said Euphemia," and get out of your nightdress, Gwendolen. CHARMED LIFE (2002)
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Translations for 'nightdress'
British English: nightdress /ˈnaɪtˌdrɛs/ NOUN
A nightdress is a sort of loose dress that a woman or girl wears in bed.
- American English: nightgown
- Arabic: ثَوبُ الْنَّومِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: camisola
- Chinese: 女睡衣
- Croatian: spavaćica
- Czech: noční košile
- Danish: natkjole
- Dutch: nachthemd
- European Spanish: camisón
- Finnish: yöpaita
- French: chemise de nuit
- German: Nachthemd
- Greek: νυχτικό
- Italian: camicia da notte
- Japanese: ねまき
- Korean: 잠옷
- Norwegian: nattkjole
- Polish: koszula nocna
- European Portuguese: camisa de noite
- Romanian: rochie de seară
- Russian: ночная рубашка
- Spanish: camisón
- Swedish: nattlinne
- Thai: ชุดนอน
- Turkish: gecelik
- Ukrainian: нічна сорочка
- Vietnamese: váy ngủ
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