1. The mother is dressing her baby.
2. I dressed his cut hand.
3. The princess is dressed by a famous dressmaker.
1. She is dressing for the party.
1. All the pretty women wore their smartest dresses.
A：That dress is too expensive.
B：But it’s so pretty.
A：Yes, it is pretty, but it costs $200. What about this one? It’s almost the same, but it costs half as much.
B：It’s not the same. It’s completely different.
A：It’s just a little shorter.
B：I really like this one.
A：Well, it’s your money. You can spend it however you want.
B：Do you really think it’s pretty?
A：Yeah. It’s pretty.
A：What do you think about this dress, Geoff?
B：I like the pattern, but I’m not sure I like the red on you.
A：Do you think it fits?
A：Would you go to check if they have the same dress in blue, then? You can just bring it back to the fitting room.
A：One more thing, what do you think about these pants? Do you think they would need hemming?
B：No, I think they’re the right length.
A：Do you like the pattern? I just can’t decide between the plain or the striped ones. What do you think?
B：I like plain clothes myself, but they both look fine on you. Which ones do you like more?
A：I think I’ll go for the striped pair of pants, then.
B：Good decision. I’ll just go and look for that dress then.
Before Leaving Home-(离家前)
A：Susan, good evening. Why are you so dressed up
B：I am on my way out to a New Year’s banquet. How do I look? Is my make-up OK?
A：You look great. Your make-up is perfect.
B：Do you think I should wear a different dress?
A：No, the one you have on looks fabulous, especially with your hair like that.
B：Thanks for saying. Do you have any ideas which necklace I should wear?
A：With that dress I’d say your white diamond necklace would look perfect.
B：Thanks for helping out?. Now that I’m ready, what are you doing tonight?
A：Not much, just a house party? with some friends.
B：Sounds fun. Anyone I know?
A：Yeah, most of the people are from our office.
B：Sounds Like I'm missing out on? a good time. Oh, well, there is always next year.
A：I’m sure you’ll have fun no matter where you go. Remember to take your bag.
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A dress is a piece of clothing worn by a woman or girl. It covers her body and part of her legs.
e.g. She was wearing a black dress.
You can refer to clothes worn by men or women as dress .
e.g. He's usually smart in his dress.
e.g. ...hundreds of Cambodians in traditional dress.
When you dress or dress yourself, you put on clothes.
e.g. He told Sarah to wait while he dressed...
e.g. Sue had dressed herself neatly for work.
If you dress someone, for example a child, you put clothes on them.
e.g. She bathed her and dressed her in clean clothes.
If someone dresses in a particular way, they wear clothes of a particular style or colour.
e.g. He dresses in a way that lets everyone know he's got authority...
e.g. She used to dress in jeans.
If you dress for something, you put on special clothes for it.
e.g. We don't dress for dinner here.
When someone dresses a wound, they clean it and cover it.
e.g. The poor child never cried or protested when I was dressing her wounds.
If you dress a salad, you cover it with a mixture of oil, vinegar, and herbs or flavourings.
e.g. Scatter the tomato over, then dress the salad.
e.g. ...a bowl of dressed salad.
To dress meat, chicken, or fish means to prepare it for cooking by cleaning it and removing the parts that you cannot eat.
e.g. Her mother dressed the meat.
e.g. ...dressed crab.
10. see also: dressing;dressed
相关词组：dress downdress up
1. clothing in general
e.g. she was refined in her choice of apparel
he always bought his clothes at the same store
fastidious about his dress
Synonym: apparelwearing apparelclothes
2. clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion
e.g. formal attire
3. a one-piece garment for a woman
has skirt and bodice
1. arrange attractively
e.g. dress my hair for the wedding
2. dress or groom with elaborate care
e.g. She likes to dress when going to the opera
3. dress in a certain manner
e.g. She dresses in the latest Paris fashion
he dressed up in a suit and tie
Synonym: dress up
4. give a neat appearance to
e.g. groom the dogs
dress the horses
5. put on clothes
e.g. we had to dress quickly
dress the patient
Can the child dress by herself?
Synonym: get dressed
6. provide with clothes or put clothes on
e.g. Parents must feed and dress their child
Synonym: clotheenclothegarbraimenttoggarmenthabilitatefit outapparel
7. apply a bandage or medication to
e.g. dress the victim's wounds
8. convert into leather
e.g. dress the tanned skins
9. kill and prepare for market or consumption
e.g. dress a turkey
Synonym: dress out
10. cut down rough-hewn (lumber) to standard thickness and width
11. put a finish on
e.g. dress the surface smooth
12. cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of
e.g. dress the plants in the garden
Synonym: snipclipcroptrimlopprunecut back
13. put a dressing on
e.g. dress the salads
14. provide with decoration
e.g. dress the windows
15. decorate (food), as with parsley or other ornamental foods
16. arrange in ranks
e.g. dress troops
Synonym: line up
1. (of an occasion) requiring formal clothes
e.g. a dress dinner
a full-dress ceremony
2. suitable for formal occasions
e.g. formal wear
a full-dress uniform