English-Spanish translations for dress

  • trajePero, sobre todo, se pretende llevar a todo el mundo con el mismo traje: todos los animales con el mismo traje, a la manera del traje de Mao. Above all, however, the intention is to dress everybody in the same suit: all animals in the same suit, like Chairman Mao’s suit. Espero que el traje regional bávaro que lleva esta mañana no indique un cambio de rumbo político. I hope the Bavarian national dress he is wearing here this morning is not indicative of a change in political direction. Al fin y al cabo, a nadie se le ocurriría intentar vestir a una persona adulta de 25 años con el mismo traje que cuando tenía 15 años. After all, one would not try to dress a fully-grown 25-year-old in the same suit he wore when he was 15 years old.
  • vestidoPero ahora el Sr. Sterckx iba vestido de ciclista.Now, Mr Sterckx was dressed as a cyclist. Por lo tanto, cabría preguntarse si estaba medio desnudo o medio vestido. So one would be justified in asking whether he was half-naked or half-dressed. No tiene sentido discutir la forma en que varios diputados de esta Asamblea van vestidos. It is everyone's personal right to dress as they please.
  • vestirAl fin y al cabo, a nadie se le ocurriría intentar vestir a una persona adulta de 25 años con el mismo traje que cuando tenía 15 años. After all, one would not try to dress a fully-grown 25-year-old in the same suit he wore when he was 15 years old. Señor Presidente, por supuesto, puede llamarme escéptico por no vestir como un espantapájaros. Mr President, you can, of course, tell that I am a sceptic because I do not dress like a scarecrow. Vestir el antiguo tratado con ropas nuevas o separarlo en pequeños bloques no es más que un truco barato. Dressing up the old treaty in new clothes, or separating it into smaller chunks is a rather cheap ploy.
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  • ropaVestir el antiguo tratado con ropas nuevas o separarlo en pequeños bloques no es más que un truco barato. Dressing up the old treaty in new clothes, or separating it into smaller chunks is a rather cheap ploy. La historia europea ha demostrado cómo los partidos extremistas, vestidos con ropas democráticas y usando propaganda populista y nacionalista, a menudo han conducido la democracia a dictaduras. European history has shown how extremist parties, dressed in democratic clothes and using populist and nationalist propaganda, have often led democracy to dictatorships. Alemania está amenazando a sus vecinos franceses y neerlandeses diciéndoles: sus ciudadanos estaban equivocados, deben vestir la Constitución con ropa nueva y suprimir los referendos. It is that Germany that is now threatening its French and Dutch neighbours and saying: your people were mistaken; you should dress the Constitution up in new clothes and abolish referendums.
  • vestimentaPartimos de la vestimenta, seguimos con la educación para elegir su carrera profesional, así como para elegir a su marido. It starts with the mode of dress, continues through education to their choice of career, as well as to their choice of husband. En muchos casos, las mujeres encuentran obstáculos para practicar deporte, por ejemplo, debido a un código de vestimenta o porque simplemente no pueden salir de casa. In many cases, women are hindered in practising sports, for example, because of dress code or because they cannot simply leave the home. Boubaker El Akhzouri, Ministro de Asuntos Religiosos, ha tachado al hijab de ir contra el "legado cultural", considerando la vestimenta islámica como "un fenómeno foráneo" en la sociedad. The Religious Affairs Minister, Boubaker El Akhzouri, has slammed the hijab as running counter to the country's 'cultural legacy', regarding Islamic dress as 'a foreign phenomenon' in society.
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Definition of dress

  • To fit out with the necessary clothing; to clothe, put clothes on .
  • To clothe oneself; to put on clothes.
  • To put on the uniform and equipment necessary to play the game
  • Of a man, to allow the genitals to fall to one side or other within the trousers.
  • To prepare for cooking, especially by seasoning it.
  • To prepare oneself; to make ready.
  • To adorn, ornament.
  • To ornament by hoisting the national colours at the peak and mastheads, and setting the jack forward; when "dressed full", the signal flags and pennants are added
  • To treat .
  • To prepare for use; to fit for any use; to render suitable for an intended purpose; to get ready
  • To prepare the surface of (a material; usually stone or lumber
  • To bolt or sift flour
  • To break and train for use, as a horse or other animal
  • An item of clothing which both covers the upper part of the body and includes skirts below the waist
  • Apparel, clothing
  • The system of furrows on the face of a millstone

Examples

  • He was dressed in the latest fashions
  • I rose and dressed before daybreak. Its very cold out. Dress warm
  • Due to a left ankle sprain, Kobe Bryant did not dress for the game against Indiana
  • Does sir dress to the right or the left?
  • It was time to dress the windows for Christmas again
  • to dress leather or cloth; to dress a garden; to dress grain, by cleansing it; in mining and metallurgy, to dress ores, by sorting and separating them
  • to dress the ranks
  • Right, dress!
  • Amy and Mary looked very pretty in their dresses
  • He came to the party in formal dress

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