Translation for 'clothes' from English to Greek
NOUN1   a cloth | cloths / clothes [obs.]
NOUN2   - | clothes
VERB   to clothe | clad / clothed | clad / clothed
clothing | clothes
SYNO apparel | clothes | dress | ...
unverified clothes {noun}ενδύματα {τα}
clothes {pl}ρούχα {τα}
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Translation for 'clothes' from English to Greek

clothes {noun}
unverified ενδύματα {τα}
clothes {pl}
ρούχα {τα}
Usage Examples English
  • Nowadays most Yakans wear western clothes and use their traditional clothes only for cultural festivals.
  • Traditional clothes are usually made of light fabric with three different colors, black, red and white.
  • Underwear is the clothes worn next to the skin, usually under other clothes.
  • In 1942, "utility" clothes were introduced. The utility clothes included suits, dresses and top coats.
  • Floor-standing clothes steamers can also have a fixed clothes hanger so that they can function as a combined clothes steamer and men's valet.

  • In January 2019, the Hall of Fame was criticised for the disparity between the baby clothes in their gift shop, with the boys' clothes proclaiming "Future hockey legend" and the girls' clothes proclaiming "Cutie".
  • Jersey opened the Summerland factory to make clothes out of blankets, curtains and sheets.
  • Komi has never been clothes shopping before so everyone picks out clothes they think will suit her. Komi ends up buying a dress chosen by Tadano.
  • Pepe may refer to secondhand clothes that are commonly worn by its population in Haiti. These clothes are usually sent from the United States.
  • A clothespin (US English), or clothes peg (UK English) is a fastener used to hang up clothes for drying, usually on a clothes line. Clothespins come in many different designs.

  • Gilbert Toyne's final patented rotary clothes hoist design was in 1945 "Improvements relating to hydraulic clothes hoists" (Australian Patent No. ...
  • In many countries, there is an active market in re-selling used clothes.
  • Off stage, she was quiet, modest and wore plain clothes, saying "pretty" clothes were for her performances.
  • Indian wedding clothes are elaborate set of clothes worn by the bride, bridegroom and other relatives attending the wedding.
  • In his later life, Hukamchand gave up wearing expensive clothes and jewellery studded with precious gems, and switched to simple clothes.

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