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re-dress

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Pronunciation: /riːˈdrɛs
 
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Definition of re-dress in English:

verb

[with object]
Dress (someone or something) again: he re-dressed the wound
More example sentences
  • After he had stripped the filthy, crusty, torn dress from the woman's form, he re-dressed her in a pair of his clean trousers and his warm wool shirt, dyed black to keep more warmth while working in the woods.
  • When he finished re-dressing my wounds I noticed he had a slight blush, so I quickly pulled my shirt back on and we headed back to the kitchen for lunch.
  • Erian lay down quietly, while Neko was cleaning and re-dressing his wounds.

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