clothing

n.

1) to put on; wear clothing

2) to take off one's clothing

3) heavy; light; outer; protective; warm clothing

4) summer; winter clothing

5) custom-made, tailor-made; ready-to-wear; secondhand, used; shabby; trendy clothing

6) an article of clothing

7) (misc.) to model clothing

* * *
['kləʊðɪŋ]
outer
ready-to-wear
shabby
trendy clothing
warm clothing
wear clothing
winter clothing
(misc.) to model clothing
an article of clothing
custom-made
heavy
to put on
to take off one's clothing

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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