- adj.打扮好的，穿着衣服的; （畜、禽、鱼）剥皮（或去毛、鳞）、去内脏及分割加工好的; 动词dress的过去式和过去分词;
dressed in the latest fashion
He was dressed in a pyjama and kurta, ideal for a summer evening.
skeletal figures dressed in rags
dressed in white tie and tails
They were dressed and fed poorly.
Campbell dressed them down in public.
He went into his bedroom to get dressed.
He was a big man, smartly dressed in a suit and tie.
He tried to organise things so that the trip would be dressed up as a UN mission.
He was a big man in his forties, smartly dressed in a suit and tie.
Everyone dressed informally in shorts or jeans.
They were dressed in camouflage and carried automatic rifles.
He was a baroque figure dressed in theatrical, but elegant, clothes.
They looked as if they were dressed in their Sunday best, the girls in clean white dresses, the boys in dark trousers and plain white shirts.
The band dressed up in drag.
She dressed down to visit her poor relatives, so as not to offend them by a show of her wealth.
The new servant was decently dressed.
I was dressed as a horseman at the ball.
Angels are usually shown in pictures dressed in white.
She is dressed in white like a nurse.
For this his boss dressed him down for a good while.
They were very loudly dressed.
She hated being dressed up.
All the ladies were dressed simply with no ornamentations.
She dressed herself up and found nowhere to show up.
She returned to the shop the following morning dressed in a fur coat.
The lady was dressed in a blue coat and large funny hat.
But his appearance… M: En… He wasn't well dressed
Previous generations concentrated on getting children to school on time, fed, dressed and ready to learn.
2015年高考英语陕西卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
Teams of four, dressed in a variety of strange and funny clothes, roll a complete cheese along a 50-metre course.
2015年高考英语福建卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文收起真题例句
1. dressed or clothed especially in fine attire; often used in combination;
"the elegantly attired gentleman"
"neatly dressed workers"
"monks garbed in hooded robes"
"went about oddly garmented"
"professors robed in crimson"
"crimson-robed Harvard professors"
2. treated with medications and protective covering
3. (of lumber or stone) to trim and smooth
4. dressed in fancy or formal clothing