garment for a woman or girl, consisting of a bodice and skirt in one piece
clothes, especially outer garments for either men or women
put clothes on oneself or sb else
ornament; brush and comb
"she was refined in her choice of apparel"
"he always bought his clothes at the same store"
"fastidious about his dress"
"a full-dress uniform"
"a dress dinner"
"a full-dress ceremony"
"we had to dress quickly"
"dress the patient"
"Can the child dress by herself?"
"Parents must feed and dress their child"
"dress the surface smooth"
"She dresses in the latest Paris fashion"
"he dressed up in a suit and tie"
"She likes to dress when going to the opera"
"dress a turkey"
"dress the windows"
"dress the salads"
"dress the plants in the garden"
"dress the tanned skins"
"dress the victim's wounds"
"groom the dogs"
"dress the horses"
"dress my hair for the wedding"
Your black silk frock will be quite dress enough.
The dress I wore was..that of a sailor come ashore from some coaster.
出自： J. Conrad
He'd lost his head-dress..and was wearing Western dress.
出自： J. Raban
Fashion, as opposed to mere dress, is..sprinkled with foreign terms.
出自： A. Lurie
The dressed stones of the rampart.
出自： R. Graves
她访问穷亲戚时穿得比较俭朴,以免因显示阔气而伤害他们的感情。 dress sb ⇔ down
The father dressed his boy down for his carelessness.
The manager dressed the worker down for his carelessness.
For not obeying discipline, the soldier was dressed down by the officer.
The office boy was dressed down for his insolence.
He dressed for dinner.
Tell the guests not to dress for dinner.
How should we dress for the party?
Do I need to dress for the theatre?
If you're going to climb mountains, you'd better take advice on how to dress for it.
He's dressed in silk.
Jane is always dressed in red.
We must be dressed in uniform at school.
They were dressed in their Sunday best.
The young man was dressed in a white satin clothes and wore a hat covered with an ostrich plume.
They dressed up for the occasion.
They all dressed up to take part in the New Year's party.
Are we going to dress up for the wedding, or is it informal?
She dressed up in Miao clothes.
她穿上了苗族服装。 dress sb/sth ⇔ up
They dressed the children up.
The mother dressed her daughter up like a princess.
She dressed her children up for the festival.
The girl has dressed up her hair.
We shall dress the room up for Christmas.
He dressed up his statement to deceive the voters.
She hated being dressed up.
她讨厌打扮自己。 dress sb/sth ⇔ up as n\u002e
Tom dressed up the story and made it seem twice as interesting as it was.
汤姆把故事讲得有声有色,趣味倍增。 dress oneself/sb ⇔ up as n\u002e
She dressed herself up as a ghost.
The children dressed themselves up as pirates.
She was dressed up as a lady of high society.
她把自己打扮成一位贵妇人。 dress up
The children enjoy dressing up in Mother's old clothes.
孩子们喜欢穿上妈妈旧时的衣服玩。 dress sb ⇔ up
Dress up the men so that the general can see them.
She is dressing.She is dressing her baby.
He doesn't seem to care much about dress.
He wears a blue dress.
I didn't recognise him because he was dressed in a dark suit.
The children dressed themselves up as angels to attend the ceremony.
误 My father doesn't care much about dresses.
正 My father doesn't care much about dress.
误 Her husband was wearing a new dress.
正 Her husband was wearing a new coat.
误 I can dress my clothes in no time.
正 I can dress in no time.
正 I can dress myself in no time.
正 I can put on my clothes in no time.
误 The little girl dressed in red.
误 The little girl dressed with red.
正 The little girl dressed herself in red.
正 The little girl was dressed in red.
误 She dresses well this morning.
正 She is well dressed this morning.