Definition of 'undress'
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I wouldn't get undressed in front of my partner. The Sun (2016)The animals can help the wheelchair-bound to get dressed and undressed, turn on lights and empty the washing machine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To my shock she undressed in front of me instead of upstairs. The Sun (2010)But she avoids getting undressed in front of me or touching me in bed. The Sun (2008)We went upstairs to my room and slowly undressed one another. The Sun (2016)Cast members spring up from the ranks of the orchestra, undress and change clothes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He couldn't dress or undress himself. Christianity Today (2000)My friend's wife inadvertently pulled a face the last time he got undressed in front of her. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I like to dress and undress a woman! Times, Sunday Times (2011)I watched her get undressed and ended up climbing into the bath with her. The Sun (2010)Would it do any harm just to watch her undress, then delete my address and forget about it? The Sun (2010)I draw a bath and undress. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Put yourself in his shoes, and think about what it would feel like for you to watch him undress other women with his eyes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The neighbour thinks he is doing it to watch her undress, so she screams and he flies through the air and crashes into the greenhouse. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Cannot dress or undress at all (eight points)? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Not that it could have taken the 45-year-old mum of two long to get dressed - or undressed. The Sun (2016) Watch each other undress without touching, taking turns to direct the action - giving and taking love equally. The Sun (2012)She'll be watched to see whether she can dress and undress by herself, and knows the letters of the alphabet. Times, Sunday Times (2008)How could I undress in front of a man from the Hollywood generation? Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'undress'
British English: undress /ʌnˈdrɛs/ VERB
When you undress, you take off your clothes. If you undress someone, you take off their clothes.
She went out, leaving her sister to undress and take a shower.
- American English: undress
- Arabic: يَنْزِعُ الثِّياب
- Brazilian Portuguese: despir-se
- Chinese: 脱衣服
- Croatian: svući se
- Czech: svléci (se)
- Danish: klæde sig af
- Dutch: uitkleden
- European Spanish: desvestir
- Finnish: riisuutua
- French: se déshabiller
- German: entkleiden
- Greek: γδύνω
- Italian: spogliarsi
- Japanese: 服を脱ぐ
- Korean: 옷을 벗다
- Norwegian: kle av
- Polish: rozebrać
- European Portuguese: despir-se
- Romanian: a (se) dezbrăca
- Russian: раздевать
- Spanish: desvestir
- Swedish: klä av sig
- Thai: ถอดเสื้อผ้า
- Turkish: soyunmak
- Ukrainian: роздягати(ся)
- Vietnamese: cởi quần áo
Definition of undress from the Collins English Dictionary
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