dressed, past participle; dresses, 3rd person singular present; dressing, present participle; dressed, past tense;
Put on one's clothes
Graham showered and dressed quickly
I'll go and get dressed
Wear clothes in a particular way or of a particular type
she's nice-looking and dresses well
he was dressed in jeans and a thick sweater
Put clothes on (someone)
they dressed her in a white hospital gown
Put on clothes appropriate for a formal occasion
we dressed for dinner every night
Design or supply clothes for (a celebrity)
for over four decades he dressed the royal family
Decorate (something) in an artistic or attractive way
they had dressed the doorframes with sprays of bittersweet
Treat or prepare (something) in a certain way, in particular
Clean, treat, or apply a dressing to (a wound)
Clean and prepare (food, esp. poultry or shellfish) for cooking or eating
Add a dressing to (a salad)
Apply a fertilizing substance to (a field, garden, or plant)
Complete the preparation or manufacture of (leather or fabric) by treating its surface in some way
Smooth the surface of (stone)
a tower built of dressed stone
Arrange or style (one's own or someone else's hair), esp. in an elaborate way
Draw up (troops) in the proper alignment
(of troops) Come into such an alignment
Prepare (an artificial fly) for use in fishing
a dressed wet fly
A one-piece garment for a woman or girl that covers the body and extends down over the legs
Clothing of a specified kind for men or women
traditional African dress
the underlying theme is recognizable even when it appears in feminist dress
Denoting military uniform or other clothing used on formal or ceremonial occasions
a dress suit
a one-piece garment for a woman; has skirt and bodice
full-dress: suitable for formal occasions; "formal wear"; "a full-dress uniform"; "dress shoes"
put on clothes; "we had to dress quickly"; "dress the patient"; "Can the child dress by herself?"
attire: clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion; "formal attire"; "battle dress"
provide with clothes or put clothes on; "Parents must feed and dress their child"
put a finish on; "dress the surface smooth"
"Dress" is the debut single by English singer-songwriter PJ Harvey from her debut album Dry Released in 1992, two promotional music videos were also recorded.
The Dress or De jurk is a 1996 Dutch comedy film drama directed by Alex van Warmerdam.
(Dressing (medical)) A dressing is an adjunct used by a person for application to a wound to promote healing and/or prevent further harm. A dressing is designed to be in direct contact with the wound, which makes it different from a bandage, which is primarily used to hold a dressing in place. ...
(The Dressing) This is an episode list for the animated cartoon series Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The series premiered on Cartoon Network on December 30, 2000. It later became part of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block. In the early days of Adult Swim, the show was rated TV-PG. ...
An item of clothing (usually worn by a woman or young girl) which covers the upper part of the body as well as below the waist; Apparel, clothing; To prepare oneself; to make ready; To fit out with the necessary clothing; to clothe, put clothes on (something or somebody); To clothe oneself; ...
(dressing) Material applied to a wound for protection or therapy; A sauce, especially a cold one for salads; Something added to the soil as a fertilizer etc; The activity of getting dressed
("Dressed") Sandwiches served with lettuce, tomatoes and mayonnaise.
(DRESSED) Relating to timber; Planed; Smooth; even surface; gauged.
(DRESSED) Whole fish that have been gutted and scaled and from which the gills have been removed. Usually the fins are removed as well.
(Dressed (Timber)) Dressed Timber is Timber finished to a smooth surface, usually in a thicknesser. It usually conforms to a size tolerance standard. ...
(Dressed) (1) Poultry market form: killed, bled, and plucked. (2) Fish market form: viscera, scales, head, tail, and fins removed.
(Dressed) Building material that has been prepared, shaped, or finished on at least one side or edge.
(Dressed) Finely finished, intended to be visible (e.g. timber ready for painting)
(Dressed) Stuff that is planed up.
(Dressed) To dress an animal is to prepare it for cooking either by skinning, plucking, drawing, or trussing, or a combination of the above.
(dressed) Descriptive of stone that has been shaped and smoothed by sawing, planing, and rubbing. (Du Mond)
(Dresses) Barbara, a new friend, is a dress designer. She volunteered to bring down a few of her dresses for the shoot (the pink and yellow one). She can make pretty much any dress but I LOVED the more untraditional ones too much to not use them. ...
(Dresses) were loosely fitted and comparatively plain, often with long puffed sleeves; they were made from fabric in muted colors derived from natural dyes, and could be ornamented with embroidery in the art needlework style.
(Dressing (Silk)) In the spun silk industry, the process of sorting out fibers into groups of different lengths. Neps and Noils are also removed during the process.