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  • get dressed — verb put on clothes we had to dress quickly dress the patient Can the child dress by herself? • Syn: ↑dress • Ant: ↑undress (for: ↑dress) …   Useful english dictionary

  • get dressed vs dress up —   To get dressed is a phrasal verb. It means to put on clothes.   For example:   I get dressed after I ve had a shower.   To dress up is a phrasal verb. It can mean to put on a costume, or to put on your best clothes.   For example:   I dressed… …   English dictionary of common mistakes and confusing words

  • get dressed vs dress up —   To get dressed is a phrasal verb. It means to put on clothes.   For example:   I get dressed after I ve had a shower.   To dress up is a phrasal verb. It can mean to put on a costume, or to put on your best clothes.   For example:   I dressed… …   English dictionary of common mistakes and confusing words

  • get dressed — to put your clothes on He got up and quickly got dressed …   English dictionary

  • get dressed — verb To dress; to put on clothes; to clothe oneself. Syn: dress …   Wiktionary

  • Mama Don't Get Dressed Up for Nothing — Single by Brooks Dunn from the album Borderline …   Wikipedia

  • dressed — [drest] adj 1.) get dressed to put your clothes on ▪ Go and get dressed! 2.) having your clothes on or wearing a particular type of clothes ▪ Aren t you dressed yet? half/fully dressed ▪ She lay down fully dressed on the bed. smartly/well… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dressed — [ drest ] adjective * 1. ) wearing clothes of a particular type: dressed in: She was dressed in a black suit. dressed as: He went to the party dressed as a cowboy. well/badly/neatly etc. dressed: Emma was immaculately dressed. 2. ) someone who is …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • get — 1. range of use. Get is one of the most frequently used and most productive words in English. Often it has virtually no meaning in itself and draws its meaning almost entirely from its context, especially in idiomatic uses such as get to bed, get …   Modern English usage

  • dressed — [[t]dre̱st[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) ADJ: usu v link ADJ If you are dressed, you are wearing clothes rather than being naked or wearing your night clothes. If you get dressed, you put on your clothes. He was fully dressed, including shoes... He went into his… …   English dictionary

  • dressed — adjective 1 get dressed to put your clothes on: Go and get dressed! 2 having your clothes on: Aren t you dressed yet? | fully dressed (=with all your clothes on) 3 wearing a particular type of clothes (+ in/as): The older woman was dressed in a… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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