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Dictionary French English: clothes

Translation 1 - 35 of 35

FrenchEnglish
NOUN1   a cloth | cloths/clothes [obs.]
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NOUN2   - | clothes
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VERB  to clothe | clad/clothed | clad/clothed
clothing | clothes
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SYNO   apparel | clothes | dress ... 
vêtements {m.pl}
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clothes
vêt. accoutrement {m} [péj.]clothes
vêt. sapes {f.pl} [fam.]clothes
2 Words: Verbs
vêt. se changerto change clothes
2 Words: Nouns
vêt. layette {f}baby clothes [pl.]
outil. séchoir {m} [étendage]clothes airer
brosse {f} à habitsclothes brush
panière {f} à lingeclothes hamper
étendoir {m}clothes horse
séchoir {m} à lingeclothes horse
outil. séchoir {m} [étendage]clothes horse [Br.]
corde {f} à lingeclothes line
pince {f} à lingeclothes peg [Br.]
pince {f} à lingeclothes pin [Am.]
meub. portant {m}clothes rail
magasin {m} de confectionclothes shop
vêt. lange {m} [pour emmailloter]swaddling clothes {pl}
3 Words: Verbs
vêt. s'habiller [se fournir en vêtements]to get one's clothes
vêt. se déboutonner [personne]to unbutton one's clothes
vêt. se déboutonner [personne]to undo one's clothes
3 Words: Nouns
vêt. cintre {m}(clothes / coat) hanger
dr. policier {m} en civilplain-clothes policeman
outil. séchoir {m} parapluierotary clothes line
4 Words: Others
L'habit fait le moine. [loc.]Clothes make the man. [idiom]
4 Words: Verbs
se déshabillerto take off one's clothes
vêt. langer qn.to wrap sb. in swaddling clothes
4 Words: Nouns
vêt. collecte {f} de chiffonscollection of old clothes
5+ Words: Verbs
vêt. s'habiller en prêt-à-porterto buy one's clothes off the peg [Br.]
vêt. s'habiller en prêt-à-porterto buy one's clothes off the rack [Am.]
vêt. s'habiller sur mesureto have one's clothes made to measure
paraître tout engoncé dans ses vêtementsto look all hunched up in one's clothes
remplir une valise de vêtementsto pack a case full of clothes
vêt. se rhabillerto put one's clothes back on
vêt. rhabiller qn.to put sb.'s clothes back on
météo. vêt. porter des vêtements de saisonto wear the right clothes for the time of year
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