dilladu, ddilladu, nilladudillada, dillada’, ddillada, ddillada’, dilladan, dilladasoch, dilladant, dilladasai, dilladasant, dilladasech, dilladasem, dilladasent, dilladasid, dilladasit, dilladi, dilladasom, dilladaswn, dilladech, dilladed, dilladem, dilladen, dilladent, dillader, dillades, dilladest, dilladet, dilladiff, dilladwyf, dilladith, dillado, dilladoch, dilladodd, dilladom, dilladon, dilladont, dilladwch, dilladwn, dilladais, dilladaist, dilledais, dilledaist, dilledi, dilledid, dilledir, dilledwch, dilledych, dilladai, dilladaf, dilladwyd, ddilladasoch, ddilladais, ddilladaist, ddilladan, ddilladant, ddilladasai, ddilladasant, ddilladasech, ddilladasem, ddilladasent, ddilladest, ddilladasit, ddilladai, ddilladasom, ddilladaswn, ddilladech, ddilladed, ddilladem, ddilladen, ddilladent, ddillader, ddillades, ddilladasid, ddilladwn, ddilladi, ddilladiff, ddilladith, ddillado, ddilladoch, ddilladodd, ddilladom, ddilladon, ddilladont, ddilladaf, ddilladet, ddilladwyd, ddilladwyf, ddilledais, ddilledaist, ddilledi, ddilledid, ddilledir, ddilledwch, ddilledych, ddilladwch
Verb(1) provide with clothes or put clothes on(2) furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors(3) cover as if with clothing
(1) a broad piece of pleated cloth(2) She moved to a sitting position, stretching her aching back and neck, before wiping her sweaty face with a damp cloth .(3) The Englishman proceeds to pull out two cloth bank bags, seemingly full of money.(4) Raw flax and wool was spun into yarn, this was then dyed or bleached, woven into cloth and then cut and sewn into the garments their families needed.(5) a cloth bag(6) Apply thinly, in a circular motion, and polish dry at once with a clean cloth .(7) Every young girl was supposed to be able to weave cloth and do elaborate embroidery.(8) a man of the cloth(9) Invert a large saucepan over the saucepan, lightly rub with oil, and wipe clean with a cloth .(10) Beside him there was a gleaming glass and the white cloth he'd been cleaning it with.(11) Villagers then filtered out the sediment by pouring the water through tightly woven cloth .(12) They weave cotton into strips of cloth , which are then sewn together, forming a length of fabric.(13) The young woman took a clean cloth from a small pile of linen and dipped it into the grimy water.(14) Wipe down brass with this cloth and then buff it dry with a soft, cotton cloth .(15) The jacket is manufactured from wool and has khaki cloth patches on the elbows.(16) To stop the bleeding, press firmly but gently on the cut with a clean cloth , tissue, or piece of gauze.
(1) clothe oneself :: dilladu eich hun
1. dress ::
2. cover ::
3. adorn ::
4. robe ::
5. enclothe ::
1. disarray ::
2. disrobe ::
3. strip ::
4. undress ::
Different Formsclothe, clothed, unclothe
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