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dress [ dres] n.女服,童装;服装

dress up 穿上盛装

dress up 穿上盛装,打扮得漂漂亮亮

dress up
穿上盛装,打扮得漂漂亮亮

dress [dres] n. 女服,连衣裙;(统指)服装;童装 v. 穿衣;穿着

虚拟存款 window-dressing deposits

Dressed timber净材

Dressing table 梳妆台

Charmeuse Dress 针丝女衫

Dress 女装

Dress Pants 长裤

Dress Shoes 服装鞋

Evening Dress 晚装

Girl Dress 女童装

Mens Dress Shoes 男式礼鞋

Prom Dress 舞会礼服

Silk Dress 丝绸女装

Wedding Dress 结婚礼服

Window dressing 门面粉饰

all dressed up 穿的很漂亮

Sunday dress 最好的衣服

dress 女服

formal dress 礼服

evening dress 夜礼服

dress coat, tails 燕尾服,礼服

full dress uniform 礼服制服

housecoat, dressing gown 晨衣 (美作:duster)

short dressing gown 短晨衣

French dressing 一种由橄榄油,醋、盐,香料等制成的生菜调味品

Russian dressing 加辣酱油的蛋黄酱(种色拉佐料)

She dressed herself hastily.
她匆忙穿上衣服。

The color of her dress suits her very well.
她衣服的颜色很适合她。

She threw envious glances at her sister's dress.
她以羡慕的眼光看了几下她姐姐的那套衣服。

I ripped my dress when I was getting out of the car. Do you have a needle and thread?
我下车时把衣服撕了,你有针线吗?

The coffee made a permanent mark on her dress.
她的衣服上留下了洗不掉的咖啡渍斑。

She bought the dress on impulse.
她一时冲动买了这件衣服。

Her dilemma was whether to go to the party in her old dress or stay at home.
她的难处是:要么穿着旧衣服去赴宴,要么待在家里。

I don’t like the color of that dress; it’s too harsh.
我不喜欢那件衣服的颜色 ,太刺眼了。

Though she hesitated for a moment, she finally went in and asked to see a dress that was in the window.
尽管她迟疑了片刻, 但最后还是进了店, 并且要求给她拿一件陈列在橱窗里的衣服看看。

No one in their entire acquaintance would wear such a dress.
在他们的熟人圈子里,没有人会穿这种衣服。

Women have to dress simply, to avoid being bothered by the locals.
妇女着装必须庄重一点, 以避免受到当地人的骚扰。

She was dressed in black from head to toe.
她全身上下都穿着黑衣服。

Can you refashion this dress into a skirt?
你能将这件连衣裙改成短裙子吗?

An elderly man dressed in faded overalls took the witness stand.
一位穿着褪了色的工作服的老人站到了证人席上。

Mary (was) dressed up for the party.
玛丽穿上漂亮的衣服去参加晚会。

It's a small informal party — you don't have to dress up.
这是小型的非正式聚会,你用不着刻意打扮。

You've just time to dress up before we leave for the theatre.
在我们去剧院前,你刚好有时间打扮一下。

We shall dress the room up for Christmas.
为迎接圣诞节,我们将把房间布置得漂亮一些。

You can dress these old chairs up in new covers.
你可以用新布套将这些旧椅子打扮一番。

What's the color of your new dress?
你的新衣服是什么颜色的?

I dress my sister and wash her hands and face.
我给我妹妹穿衣服,洗脸洗手。

You look elegant in that dress.
你穿这条裙子显的很漂亮。

I'll wear my blue dress.
我会穿我的兰色裙子。

She dressed herself hastily. 她匆忙穿上衣服。

The color of her dress suits her very well.她衣服的颜色很适合她。

The dress doesn't fit her. She is too thin.这件衣服不适合她,她太瘦了。

This new dress becomes you.
这件新衣服很合你身。

After her husband died, she dressed in deep black for the rest of her life.
她丈夫去世后,她终生都穿着黑色丧服。

The bride wore a beautiful white dress.
新娘穿了一身美丽的白色礼服。

I need a lot of cloth if I want to make a new dress.
假如我要做新衣服,需要很多布料。

As it was a hot day she wore a cool dress.
因为天气热,她穿了一件凉快的衣服。

She always dresses in black.
她总穿着黑衣服。

She wears a beautiful evening dress.
她穿着一件漂亮的晚礼服。

This dress doesn't fit me.
这件衣服不适合我。

He dressed in gray.
他穿灰色衣服。

She wears a dress with delicate lace.
她穿了一件带有精致花边的裙子。

She wears a modern dress.
她穿着一件时髦的礼服。

That girl likes to wear purple dresses.
那个女孩喜欢穿紫色的衣服。

The local dress shop is having a sale.
附近的时装店正在大拍卖。

What color is your dress?
你的衣服是什么颜色?

穿什么好呢?
What should I wear?
What should I wear? (穿什么好呢?)
The red one. (穿红的吧!)
Which dress should I wear?
Which one should I wear?
What should I put on?

快换衣服。
Hurry up and get dressed.
Hurry up and get dressed. (快换衣服。)
Why? (干嘛?)

你的连衣裙真漂亮。
I like your dress.
I like your dress. (你的连衣裙真漂亮。)
Oh, thank you. You like it? (噢,谢谢。你喜欢?)
That's a nice dress.
That dress looks good on you. (你这条连衣裙真合适。)
You look good in that dress. (你这条连衣裙真合适。)

多漂亮的裙子呀!
What a nice dress!

我喜欢这套衣服。
I like this dress.
I like this dress. (我喜欢这套衣服。)
So do I. (我也喜欢。)
I think this dress is nice.
I think this dress is pretty.

I'll hand wash the dress.
我要用手洗这件上装。

I need a new pair of dress shoes.
我需要一双新的皮鞋。

Your new dress has brilliant color!
你的新衣服颜色真鲜艳!

He left home dressed in a smart black suit.
他穿着一身漂亮的黑色套装出了家门。

A dress is like a barbed fence. It protects the premises without restricting the view.
服饰就象铁丝网,它阻止你冒然行动但并不妨碍你尽情的观看。

Eat to please thyself, but dress to please others.
吃是使自己受用,穿是使别人受用。

Fine words dress ill deeds.
漂亮的言词可以掩饰恶劣的行为。

A small brown leather jacket.
一件小的棕色皮衣。
A medium red t-shirt.
一件中号红色体恤衫。
A blue cotton shirt.
一件蓝色棉体恤。
A red silk dressing-gown.
一件红色丝绸睡衣。

Being a well-dressed man is a career, and he who goes in for it has no time for anything else.
Heywood Broun, American columnist 
做个穿着整齐的人是一种职业;追求穿着的人没有时间做别的事情。
美国报刊专栏作家布罗恩.H.

It is only when the mind and character slumber that the dress can be seen.
R.W.Emerson , American thinker
只有一个人的心灵和品格熟睡的时候,人们才会注意到他的服饰。
美国思想家爱默生.R.W

Aren't you dressed too formally?你穿的不是太正式化了吗?

Men don't feel the urge to get married as quickly as women do because their clothes all button and zip in the front. Women's dresses usually button and zip in the back. We need men to help us get dressed.
男人对婚姻的渴望不如女人那么强烈,这是因为男士服装的扣子和拉链都在前面,而女士服装的扣子和拉链通常在身后。我们需要男人帮我们拉上拉链,扣好扣子。

have a passion for钟爱
I have a passion for blue dresses.
我钟爱蓝色的衣服。

all dressed up 穿的很漂亮

Sunday dress 最好的衣服

“Honey, let me take you out to dinner. But you know I don’t feel like dressing up to go someplace fancy. How about just going down the street to the greasy spoon and getting hamburgers.”
“亲爱的,让我带你去外面吃晚饭吧。不过,我实在不想穿得必恭必敬的去那些大饭馆。咱们就上街那头那个小饭馆去吃汉堡包,怎么样?”

dress up 穿上盛装,精心打扮;装饰,修饰

打扮 tart; brushup; dink; dress up; fig; foppery; garb; make up; prank; primp; prink; t; attire

装扮 masquerade; disguise; dress up; impersonation; rig; attire

扮 [bàn] /to disguise oneself/to dress up/adorn/

拌种 [bàn zhǒng] /seed dressing/

便服 [biàn fú] /everyday clothes/informal dress/civilian clothes/

裁 [cái] /cut out (as a dress)/cut/trim/reduce/diminish/decision/judgment/

穿 [chuān] /to bore through/pierce/perforate/penetrate/pass through/to dress/to wear/to put on/to thread/

穿戴 [chuān dài] /to dress/clothing/

炊 [chuī] /dress food/to steam/to cook food/

靼 [dá] /(phonetic)/dressed leather/

打扮 [dǎ bàn] /dress up/

服 [fú] /clothes/dress/garment/submit/take (medicine)/

服饰 [fú shì] /dress and adornment/trappings/

服装 [fú zhuāng] /dress/clothing/costume/clothes/

更衣室 [gēng yī shì] /change room/dressing room/locker room/toilet/

滚边 [gǔn biān] /(of a dress, etc...) border, edging/

绲边 [gǔn biān] /(of a dress, etc...) border, edging/

披挂 [pī guà] /to put on a suit of armor/to put on dress/to wear/

旗袍 [qí páo] /Chinese-style dress/cheongsam/

调味汁 [tiáo wèi zhī] /dressing/sauce/

褶 [xí] /(arch.) court dress/

衣 [yì] /gown/to dress/to wear/

饔 [yōng] /dressed food/first meal of the day/

装 [zhuāng] /adornment/adorn/costume/dress/clothing/

装扮 [zhuāng bàn] /dress up as/be disguised as/

{adj: Hollywood} flashy and vulgar
"young white women dressed Hollywood style"
"Hollywood philandering"

{adj: adjusted} (especially of garments) having the fit or style adjusted
"for my wedding I had my mother's wedding dress altered to fit me"

{adj: aglitter, coruscant, fulgid, glinting, glistering, glittering, glittery, scintillant, scintillating, sparkly} having brief brilliant points or flashes of light
"bugle beads all aglitter"
"glinting eyes"
"glinting water"
"his glittering eyes were cold and malevolent"
"shop window full of glittering Christmas trees"
"glittery costume jewelry"
"scintillant mica"
"the scintillating stars"
"a dress with sparkly sequins"
"`glistering' is an archaic term"

{adj: appareled, attired, dressed, garbed, garmented, habilimented, robed} dressed or clothed especially in fine attire; often used in combination
"the elegantly attired gentleman"
"neatly dressed workers"
"monks garbed in hooded robes"
"went about oddly garmented"
"professors robed in crimson"
"tuxedo-attired gentlemen"
"crimson-robed Harvard professors"

{adj: astonishing, astounding, staggering, stupefying} so surprisingly impressive as to stun or overwhelm
"such an enormous response was astonishing"
"an astounding achievement"
"the amount of money required was staggering"
"suffered a staggering defeat"
"the figure inside the boucle dress was stupefying"

{adj: asymmetrical, crooked} irregular in shape or outline
"asymmetrical features"
"a dress with an crooked hemline"

{adj: batwing} formed or shaped like a bat's wing
"a dress with batwing sleeves"

{adj: belted} having or provided with a belt
"a belted dress"
<-> unbelted

{adj: black} dressed in black
"a black knight"
"black friars"

{adj: bosomy, busty, buxom, curvaceous, curvy, full-bosomed, sonsie, sonsy, voluptuous, well-endowed} (of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves
"Hollywood seems full of curvaceous blondes"
"a curvy young woman in a tight dress"

{adj: boughten, store-bought} purchased; not homemade
"my boughten clothes"
"a store-bought dress"

{adj: brave, braw, gay} brightly colored and showy
"girls decked out in brave new dresses"
"brave banners flying"
"`braw' is a Scottish word"
"a dress a bit too gay for her years"
"birds with gay plumage"

{adj: breeched, pantalooned, trousered} dressed in trousers

{adj: bright, brilliant, vivid} having striking color
"bright dress"
"brilliant tapestries"
"a bird with vivid plumage"

{adj: brushed, fleecy, napped} (of fabrics) having soft nap produced by brushing
"a dress of brushed cotton"
"a fleecy lining"
"napped fabrics"

{adj: bundled-up} dressed warmly
"bundled-up sailors and soldiers"

{adj: calico} made of calico or resembling calico in being patterned
"calico dresses"
"a calico cat"

{adj: cassocked} dressed in a cassock
"cassocked monks"

{adj: changed} made or become different in nature or form
"changed attitudes"
"changed styles of dress"
"a greatly changed country after the war"
<-> unchanged

{adj: characterless, nondescript} lacking distinct or individual characteristics; dull and uninteresting
"women dressed in nondescript clothes"
"a nondescript novel"

{adj: chic, smart, voguish} elegant and stylish
"chic elegance"
"a smart new dress"
"a suit of voguish cut"

{adj: citified, cityfied, city-bred, city-born} being or having the customs or manners or dress of a city person

{adj: coated} having or dressed in a coat

{adj: cool} fashionable and attractive at the time; often skilled or socially adept
"he's a cool dude"
"that's cool"
"Mary's dress is really cool"
"it's not cool to arrive at a party too early"

{adj: cool} neither warm nor very cold; giving relief from heat
"a cool autumn day"
"a cool room"
"cool summer dresses"
"cool drinks"
"a cool breeze"
<-> warm

{adj: costumed} dressed in clothing characteristic of a period, country, or class

{adj: cut out} having been cut out
"the cut-out pieces of the dress"

{adj: dandified, dandyish, foppish} affecting extreme elegance in dress and manner

{adj: dapper, dashing, jaunty, natty, raffish, rakish, spiffy, snappy, spruce} marked by up-to-dateness in dress and manners
"a dapper young man"
"a jaunty red hat"

{adj: decent} observing conventional sexual mores in speech or behavior or dress
"a modest neckline in her dress"
"though one of her shoulder straps had slipped down, she was perfectly decent by current standards"

{adj: designed} planned or created in an artistic or skilled manner
"a beautifully designed dress"
"some Italian designed sandals have cushioning"

{adj: dighted} dressed or adorned (as for battle)

{adj: dress, full-dress} (of an occasion) requiring formal clothes
"a dress dinner"
"a full-dress ceremony"

{adj: dressed, dressed-up, dressed to the nines, dressed to kill, dolled up, spruced up, spiffed up, togged up} dressed in fancy or formal clothing

{adj: dressed, polished} (of lumber or stone) to trim and smooth

{adj: dressed} treated with medications and protective covering

{adj: en deshabille, in dishabille} partly dressed in a loose or careless manner

{adj: excessive, inordinate, undue, unreasonable} beyond normal limits
"excessive charges"
"a book of inordinate length"
"his dress stops just short of undue elegance"
"unreasonable demands"

{adj: fashioned} planned and made or fashioned artistically
"beautifully fashioned dresses"

{adj: figured} (of e.g. fabric design) adorned with patterns
"my dress is richly figured"- Amy Lowell

{adj: flimsy, light} very thin and insubstantial
"thin paper"
"flimsy voile"
"light summer dresses"

{adj: formal} being in accord with established forms and conventions and requirements (as e.g. of formal dress)
"pay one's formal respects"
"formal dress"
"a formal ball"
"the requirement was only formal and often ignored"
"a formal education"
<-> informal

{adj: frowsy, frowzy, slovenly} negligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt
"filled the door with her frowzy bulk"
"frowzy white hair"
"slovenly appearance"

{adj: full-dress, dress} suitable for formal occasions
"formal wear"
"a full-dress uniform"
"dress shoes"

{adj: full-dress} complete in every respect
"a full-dress debate"
"a full-dress investigation"

{adj: girlish, schoolgirlish} befitting or characteristic of a young girl
"girlish charm"
"a dress too schoolgirlish for office wear"

{adj: glossy, calendered} (of paper and fabric and leather) having a surface made smooth and glossy especially by pressing between rollers
"calendered paper"
"a dress of glossy sateen"

{adj: good} having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified
"good news from the hospital"
"a good report card"
"when she was good she was very very good"
"a good knife is one good for cutting"
"this stump will make a good picnic table"
"a good check"
"a good joke"
"a good exterior paint"
"a good secretary"
"a good dress for the office"
<-> bad

{adj: habited} dressed in a habit
"the habited men of the monastery"

{adj: handmade, hand-crafted} made by hand or a hand process
"delicate handmade baby dresses"
<-> machine-made

{adj: ill-dressed} not well dressed

{adj: individualist, individualistic} marked by or expressing individuality
"an individualistic way of dressing"

{adj: informal} not formal
"conservative people unaccustomed to informal dress"
"an informal free-and-easy manner"
"an informal gathering of friends"
<-> formal

{adj: juicy, luscious, red-hot, toothsome, voluptuous} having strong sexual appeal
"juicy barmaids"
"a red-hot mama"
"a voluptuous woman"
"a toothsome blonde in a tight dress"

{adj: long-ago} belonging to time long gone
"those long-ago dresses that swished along the floor"

{adj: low-cut} having a low-cut back
"a backless dress"

{adj: midi} used of women's clothing having a hemline at mid-calf
"midiskirts"
"wore her dresses midi length"
<-> maxi, mini

{adj: mini} used of women's clothing; very short with hemline above the knee
"a mini dress"
"miniskirts"
<-> midi, maxi

{adj: motley, calico, multicolor, multi-color, multicolour, multi-colour, multicolored, multi-colored, multicoloured, multi-coloured, painted, particolored, particoloured, piebald, pied, varicolored, varicoloured} having sections or patches colored differently and usually brightly
"a jester dressed in motley"
"the painted desert"
"a particolored dress"
"a piebald horse"
"pied daisies"

{adj: near} closely resembling the genuine article
"near beer"
"a dress of near satin"

{adj: neat} clean or orderly
"her neat dress"
"a neat room"

{adj: nice} pleasant or pleasing or agreeable in nature or appearance
"what a nice fellow you are and we all thought you so nasty"- George Meredith
"nice manners"
"a nice dress"
"a nice face"
"a nice day"
"had a nice time at the party"
"the corn and tomatoes are nice today"
<-> nasty

{adj: off-the-shoulder} not covering the shoulders (especially in the case of a blouse or dress)

{adj: open-collared} of a shirt; not buttoned at the neck
"dressed casually in shorts and an open-collared shirt"

{adj: outfitted} equipped with appropriate wearing apparel and accessories
"children properly outfitted for school"
"equipt in the...national dress of the Scottish people"- Sir Walter Scott

{adj: overdressed} dressed too elaborately

{adj: polished} perfected or made shiny and smooth
"his polished prose"
"in a freshly ironed dress and polished shoes"
"freshly polished silver"
<-> unpolished

{adj: ragged} being or dressed in clothes that are worn or torn
"clothes as ragged as a scarecrow's"
"a ragged tramp"

{adj: revealing} showing or making known
"her dress was scanty and revealing"
<-> concealing

{adj: same} same in identity
"the same man I saw yesterday"
"never wore the same dress twice"
"this road is the same one we were on yesterday"
"on the same side of the street"
<-> other

{adj: shimmery} glistening tremulously
"the shimmery surface of the lake"
"a dress of shimmery satin"

{adj: shrunk, shrunken} reduced in size by being drawn together
"the shrunken dress was entirely too tight to wear"

{adj: simple} unornamented
"a simple country schoolhouse"
"her black dress--simple to austerity"

{adj: sleeveless} having no sleeves
"sleeveless summer dresses"
<-> sleeved

{adj: styleless, unstylish} lacking in style or elegance
"a styleless way of dressing"
"expensive but styleless country tweeds"
"wearing unstylish clothes"
<-> stylish

{adj: stylish, fashionable} having elegance or taste or refinement in manners or dress
"a little less posh but every bit as stylish as Lord Peter Wimsey"
"the stylish resort of Gstadd"
<-> styleless

{adj: summery} belonging to or characteristic of or occurring in summer
"summery weather"
"summery dresses"
<-> autumnal, wintry, vernal

{adj: togged} dressed especially in smart clothes

{adj: turned out} dressed well or smartly
"the girls were well turned out and smart"

{adj: tuxedoed} dressed in a tuxedo
"a tuxedoed gentleman"

{adj: unconventional} not conforming to accepted rules or standards
"her unconventional dress and hair style"
<-> conventional

{adj: undressed} of lumber or stone or hides; not finished or dressed
"undressed granite"
"undressed hides"

{adj: unfastidious} marked by an absence of due or proper care or attention to detail; not concerned with cleanliness
"unfastidious in her dress"
<-> fastidious

{adj: unflattering, uncomplimentary} showing or representing unfavorably
"an unflattering portrait"
"an uncomplimentary dress"
<-> flattering

{adj: uniformed} dressed in a uniform
"uniformed policemen lined the President's route"

{adj: vestmented} dressed in ceremonial garments especially clerical vestment

{adj: violent, wild} (of colors or sounds) intensely vivid or loud
"a violent clash of colors"
"her dress was a violent red"
"a violent noise"
"wild colors"
"wild shouts"

{adj: virginal} characteristic of a virgin or virginity
"virginal white dresses"

{adj: well-groomed, well-dressed} having tasteful clothing and being scrupulously neat

{adj: white} being of the achromatic color of maximum lightness; having little or no hue owing to reflection of almost all incident light
"as white as fresh snow"
"a bride's white dress"
<-> black

{adv: appropriately, suitably, fittingly, befittingly, fitly} in an appropriate manner


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