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dress (n):
a one-piece garment for a woman; has skirt and bodice
Related Word: frock
dress (n):
clothing in general
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she was refined in her choice of apparel.
he always bought his clothes at the same store.
fastidious about his dress

Related Words: apparel
dress (n):
clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion
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formal attire.
battle dress

Related Words: attiregarb
dress (v):
arrange attractively
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dress my hair for the wedding
Related Words: arrangecoifcoiffure
dress (v):
dress or groom with elaborate care
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She likes to dress when going to the opera
Related Words: primp
dress (v):
dress in a certain manner
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She dresses in the latest Paris fashion.
he dressed up in a suit and tie
dress (v):
give a neat appearance to
Samples
groom the dogs.
dress the horses

Related Word: groom
dress (v):
put on clothes
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we had to dress quickly.
dress the patient.
Can the child dress by herself?
dress (v):
provide with clothes or put clothes on
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Parents must feed and dress their child
Related Words: apparelclothegarbgarmentraiment
dress (v):
apply a bandage or medication to
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dress the victim's wounds
dress (v):
convert into leather
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dress the tanned skins
dress (v):
kill and prepare for market or consumption
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dress a turkey
dress (v):
cut down rough-hewn (lumber) to standard thickness and width
dress (v):
put a finish on
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dress the surface smooth
dress (v):
cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of
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dress the plants in the garden
Related Words: clipcroplopprunesniptrim
dress (v):
put a dressing on
Samples
dress the salads
dress (v):
provide with decoration
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dress the windows
Related Word: decorate
dress (v):
decorate (food), as with parsley or other ornamental foods
Related Words: garnishtrim
dress (v):
arrange in ranks
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dress troops
dress (s):
(of an occasion) requiring formal clothes
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a dress dinner.
a full-dress ceremony
dress (s):
suitable for formal occasions
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formal wear.
a full-dress uniform.
dress shoes
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To add fuel to the fire/flame

Yangına körükle gitmek
to make a problem worse; to say or do something that makes a bad situation worse; to make an angry person get even angrier.
to make an argument or a bad situation worse.
to make a situation worse than it already is.



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