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clothes clothing cloth
Clothes /kləʊðz/ are things you wear, such as shirts, trousers, dresses, and coats.
There is no singular form of clothes. In formal English, you can talk about a garment, a piece of clothing, or an article of clothing, but in ordinary conversation, you usually name the piece of clothing you are talking about.
Clothing /'kləʊðɪŋ/ is the clothes people wear. You often use clothing to talk about particular types of clothes, for example winter clothing or warm clothing. Clothing is an uncountable noun. Don't talk about 'clothings' or 'a clothing'.
Cloth /klɒθ/ is fabric such as wool or cotton that is used for making such things as clothes.
When cloth is used like this, it is an uncountable noun.
|Noun||1.||clothes - clothing in general; "she was refined in her choice of apparel"; "he always bought his clothes at the same store"; "fastidious about his dress"|
article of clothing, clothing, habiliment, wearable, vesture, wear - a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
workwear - heavy-duty clothes for manual or physical work
to put one's clothes on → vestirse, ponerse la ropa
to take one's clothes off → quitarse la ropa, desvestirse
clothes brush N → cepillo m de la ropa
clothes drier, clothes dryer N → secadora f
clothes hanger N → percha f, gancho m (LAm)
clothes horse N → tendedero m plegable (US) (= model) → modelo mf
she's a clothes horse (US) → está obsesionada con los trapos
clothes line N → cuerda f para (tender) la ropa
clothes moth N → polilla f
clothes peg, clothes pin (US) N → pinza f de la ropa
clothes rack N → tendedero m
clothes rope N = clothes line clothes shop N → tienda f (de ropa)
clothes[ˈkləʊðz] npl → vêtements mpl, habits mpl
new clothes → des vêtements neufs
to put one's clothes on → s'habiller
to take one's clothes off → se déshabiller
to have no clothes on → être déshabillé(e), être nu(e)clothes brush n → brosse f à habitsclothes drier clothes dryer n → sèche-linge m invclothes hanger n → cintre mclothes horse n
clothes[kləʊðz] npl → vestiti mpl, abiti mpl
to put one's clothes on → vestirsi
to take one's clothes off → togliersi i vestiti, svestirsi, spogliarsi