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American English: /kloʊ(ð)z/
British English: /kləʊ(ð)z/

Translation of clothes in Spanish:

plural noun

  • 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) 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)
    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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