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/ˈklōT͟HiNG/,
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Clothes collectively,
  1. Clothes collectively
    • - an item of clothing
    • - the clothing trade

  1. a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
  2. (clothes) apparel: clothing in general; "she was refined in her choice of apparel"; "he always bought his clothes at the same store"; "fastidious about his dress"
  3. A feature of all modern human societies is the wearing of clothing, a category encompassing a wide variety of materials that cover the body. The primary purpose of clothing is functional, as a protection from the elements. ...
  4. (Clothes) To dream of seeing clothes soiled and torn, denotes that deceit will be practised to your harm. Beware of friendly dealings with strangers. For a woman to dream that her clothing is soiled or torn, her virtue will be dragged in the mire if she is not careful of her associates. ...
  5. (Clothes (Clothing)) "Whew! I just escaped from the rioting crowd of garment workers!" "I guess you had a clothes call!"
  6. (CLOTHES) ROPA (LAS PRENDAS)   Top
  7. (Clothes) (1) remembrances of our lost innocence. (2) wrappings worn by men for warmth, women for spite, and children because they have to. (3) the reflection of one's self respect (lack of).
  8. (Clothes) Bag of fruit (suit), Merv Hughes (shoes), Reg Grundy’s (undies).
  9. (Clothes) Take a Quiz    Back to Top
  10. (Clothes) This practises extended meanings of words denoting clothes.
  11. (Clothes) a basic necessity of life. Needs to be updated at least every three days.
  12. (Clothes) represent your attitude towards the subject matter of the dream, as we dress to suit our mood or to suit the role we feel obliged to play (e.g. career). In the dream context, we are free to wear anything we want or to even wear nothing. ...
  13. (clothes) goes, know, toes, rose
  14. Clothes and their colours are important. I dress the characters myself, and I love the stories that the clothes bring with them.
  15. Fabrics of various types employed on the paper machine to carry the web and perform other functions. This includes the machine wire and wet and dry felts which can be composed of either natural or synthetic materials.
  16. Although Chasidic Jews wear special and distinctive clothing, other Jews have no special requirements other than dressing modestly and not cross-dressing. For information about ritual clothing, see Tzitzit and Tallit; Yarmulke.
  17. most obviously defines a social role in the case of uniforms, such as those worn by police officers and nurses, and garments worn by clergy or members of religious orders.
  18. (in  dress (body covering): Post-World War II)
  19. The felts, wires and fabrics used on a papermaking machine.
  20. Words Covered: blouse, sock, shirt, t-shirt, jacket, skirt, jeans, pants, shoe, hat, sweater, dress
  21. Common clothing words in Spanish include: camisa (shirt), pantalones (pants), blusa (blouse), falda (skirt), pantaloncillo (shorts), jeans (jeans), calcetines (socks), zapatos (shoes).
  22. You will soon become familiar with the many slogan’d t-shirts that seem to be the vogue among tourists in Bangkok, often bearing an amusing phrase or a company logo either in Thai script or doctored to make a statement of some kind. ...
  23. Camrider does have loan helmets, gloves and waterproofs. However you are required to wear sturdy trousers (Jeans), sturdy jacket, sturdy footwear that protects the ankle, leather gloves, and advisable if you can to bring your own your helmet if you have one.
  24. Clothing may be protected from mice and rats by applying cat's fat.
  25. This is all the 'safety' equipment that fencers wear, as well as the 'electric' additional kit.