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undress

verb un·dress \ ən-ˈdres \
Updated on: 28 Nov 2017

Definition of undress

transitive verb
1 : to remove the clothes or covering of : divest, strip
intransitive verb
: to take off one's clothes : disrobe

Examples of undress in a Sentence

  1. She undressed and climbed into bed.

  2. She undressed the children for bed.

Recent Examples of undress from the Web

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First Known Use of undress

1596


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undress

noun

Definition of undress

1 : informal dress: such as
a : a loose robe or dressing gown
b : ordinary dress — compare full dress
2 : the state of being undressed

Recent Examples of undress from the Web

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First Known Use of undress

1677



UNDRESS Defined for English Language Learners

undress

verb

Definition of undress for English Language Learners

  • : to take your clothes off

  • : to remove the clothes of (someone)


undress

noun

Definition of undress for English Language Learners

  • : a state of wearing no clothing or of not being fully dressed


UNDRESS Defined for Kids

undress

verb un·dress \ ˌən-ˈdres \

Definition of undress for Students

undressed; undressing
: to remove the clothes or covering of


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