dressverb

  • ja衣服を着る
  • ento put clothes on

Examples

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Mute
1.
Phoebe's gonna love dressing them in these.
2.
Except Phoebe's not gonna be the one who gets to dress them.
3.
Because she's not going to get to keep the babies.
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Mute
1.
- Get away from the phone! - Aw!
2.
She's just getting dressed.
3.
Is it wrong that I was totally aroused by that?
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Mute
1.
Our 20-year high school reunion is tonight and the party is '90s-themed,
2.
so we're dressing the way we did back then, AKA hella fresh.
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Mute
1.
First thing I think we should do is update your wardrobe by at least a few centuries.
2.
Greetings.
3.
Greetings.
4.
I'll let you get dressed.
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Mute
1.
Ty, dude, get dressed.
2.
We want to be first in line at the lift.
3.
Hey, you know what?
4.
I actually tend to get a little altitude sickness day one.
5.
I was thinking maybe I rest up.
6.
That way, I can hit it hard with you guys day two.
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Mute
1.
I love a good, tailored pant.
2.
Love a good oversized sweater and some boots.
3.
I mean, if I could dress comfortable head to toe every day,
4.
I'd be the happiest person.
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Mute
1.
I can dress how I want to dress.
2.
I don't have to dress like a frumpy mom.
3.
I don't have to wear baggy hoodies.
4.
I can wear more form-fitting clothes.
5.
I feel more confident. I'm more outgoing.
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Mute
1.
I actually remember that day was really hard for me,
2.
because I felt like uncomfortable in some of the outfits that I had picked out.
3.
And so I ended up just being like,
4.
"You know what? I wanna dress more casual."
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Mute
1.
Dad! It's you.
2.
Oh, shit, I might be the real deal.
3.
There's so much I want to say to you.
4.
What are you wearing?
5.
I'm dead a week and you start dressing like a lesbian Raider fan?
6.
Dad, I'm trying to forgive you!