plural noun/nombre plural
- ropa (feminine) these clothes are dirty esta ropa está sucia I bought him some clothes le compré ropa to put on/take off one's clothes ponerse*/quitarse la ropa she jumped in with her clothes on se metió vestida he had no clothes on estaba desnudo (before noun/delante del nombre) clothes basket cesta (feminine) or canasta (feminine) or canasto (masculine) de la ropa sucia clothes brush cepillo (masculine) para or de la ropa, escobilla (feminine) de ropa (Chile) clothes pole o prop palo (masculine) de tendedero clothes tree (American English/inglés norteamericano) perchero (masculine)More example sentences
- Meanwhile, the sister is trying to maintain standards and dignity, washing her clothes and covering her body.
- ‘I now feel more comfortable and relaxed at work wearing casual clothes,’ she said.
- His face was so pale, and the oil almost covered his body and clothes completely.
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