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{{trans-top|clothes}}
 
{{trans-top|clothes}}
 
* Afrikaans: {{t-|af|klere|p}}
 
* Afrikaans: {{t-|af|klere|p}}
* Armenian: {{t-|hy|հագուստ|tr=hagust}}, {{t-|hy|զգեստ|tr=zgest}}
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* Alabama: {{t|abz|ilokfa}}
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* Aragonese: {{t|an|ropa|f}}
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* Armenian: {{t-|hy|հագուստ}}, {{t-|hy|զգեստ}}
 
* Aromanian: {{t-|rup|vishtimintu}}
 
* Aromanian: {{t-|rup|vishtimintu}}
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* Asturian: {{t|ast|ropa|f}}
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* Avar: {{t|av|ретІел}}
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* Aymara: {{t|ay|isi}}
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* Azeri: {{t|az|geyim}}
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* Bambara: {{t|ba|fini}}
 
* Bashkir: {{tø|ba|кейем|tr=keyem|sc=Cyrl}}
 
* Bashkir: {{tø|ba|кейем|tr=keyem|sc=Cyrl}}
* Bengali: {{t-|bn|পোশাক|sc=Beng}}
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* Basque: {{tr|eu|jantzi}}
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* Belarusian: {{t|be|адзежа}}
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* Bengali: {{t-|bn|পোশাক|tr=poshak|sc=Beng}}
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* Bislama: {{t|bi|klos}}
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* Breton: {{t|br|dilhad}}
 
* Bulgarian: {{t+|bg|облекло|n}}, {{t+|bg|дрехи|p}}
 
* Bulgarian: {{t+|bg|облекло|n}}, {{t+|bg|дрехи|p}}
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* Catalan: {{t|ca|roba|f}}
 
* Chamicuro: {{tø|ccc|ropa}}
 
* Chamicuro: {{tø|ccc|ropa}}
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* Chechen: {{t|ce|бедар}}
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* Cherokee: {{t|chr|ᏧᎾᏄᏬ|tr=tsunanuwo}}
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* Chinese:
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** Mandarin: {{t|cmn|衣服|tr=yīfu}}
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* Chuvash: {{t|cv|тумтир}}
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* Corsican: {{t|ca|mutende|f-p}}, {{t|ca|fascende|f-p}}
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* Crimean Tatar: {{t|crh|urba}}
 
* Czech: {{t+|cs|oblečení|n}}
 
* Czech: {{t+|cs|oblečení|n}}
 
* Danish: {{t+|da|tøj|n}}
 
* Danish: {{t+|da|tøj|n}}
 
* Dutch: {{t+|nl|kleding|f}}, {{t-|nl|kledij|f}}
 
* Dutch: {{t+|nl|kleding|f}}, {{t-|nl|kledij|f}}
 
* Esperanto: {{t-|eo|vestaĵo}}
 
* Esperanto: {{t-|eo|vestaĵo}}
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* Estonian: {{t|et|rõivas}}, {{t|et|riie}}
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* Faroese: {{t|fo|klædnaður|f}} {{qualifier|rare}}
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* Fijian: {{t|fj|isulu}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|vaatetus}}, {{t+|fi|vaatteet}}, {{t-|fi|pukimet}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|vaatetus}}, {{t+|fi|vaatteet}}, {{t-|fi|pukimet}}
* French: {{t+|fr|vêtements|p}}
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* French: {{t+|fr|vêtements|m-p}}, {{t|fr|habits|m-p}}
* Georgian: {{t-|ka|ტანსაცმელი|tr=tansac'meli|sc=Geor}}
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* Galician: {{t|gl|roupa|f}}
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* Georgian: {{t-|ka|ტანსაცმელი}}
 
* German: {{t+|de|Kleidung|f}}
 
* German: {{t+|de|Kleidung|f}}
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* Greek: {{t|el|ρούχο|n}}
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* Gujarati: {{t|gu|કપડાં|tr=kepeḍām}}
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* Haitian Creole: {{t|ht|rad}}
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* Hawaiian: {{t|haw|lole}}
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* Hindi: {{t|hi|वस्त्र|tr=vastra}}
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* Icelandic: {{t|is|klæðnaður|m}}
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* Ido: {{t|io|vestaro}}
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* Ilokano: {{t|ilo|bado}}
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* Indonesian: {{t|id|pakaian}}
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* Ingush: {{t|inh|бедар}}
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* Interlingua: {{t|ia|roba}}
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* Inuktitut: {{t|iu|ᐊᐅᑦᓯᓇᖅᑐᖅ|tr=autsinaqtuq}}
 
* Irish: {{t-|ga|éadach|m}}
 
* Irish: {{t-|ga|éadach|m}}
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* Italian: {{t+|it|abbigliamento|m}}
 
* Italian: {{t+|it|abbigliamento|m}}
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* Japanese: {{t|ja|服|tr=[[ふく]],[[fuku]]}}
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* Javanese: {{t|jv|sandhang}}
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* Kannada: {{t|kn|ಉಡುಪು|tr=uddupu}}
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* Karelian: {{t|krl|vuatteus}}
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* Kazakh: {{t|kk|киім}}
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* Korean: {{t|ko|옷}}, {{t|ko|의상}}
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* Kyrgyz: {{t|ky|кийим}}
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* Lak: {{t|lbe|ливас}}
 
* Latin: {{t-|la|vestīmentum|n}}, {{t-|la|amiculum}}, {{t-|la|amiculum}}, {{t-|la|vestis}}, {{t-|la|vestītus}}
 
* Latin: {{t-|la|vestīmentum|n}}, {{t-|la|amiculum}}, {{t-|la|amiculum}}, {{t-|la|vestis}}, {{t-|la|vestītus}}
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* Latvian: {{t|lv|apģērbs|f}}
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* Lezgian: {{t|lez|ливас}}
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* Limburgish: {{t|li|kleier|m}}
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* Lithuanian: {{t|lt|apranga}}, {{t|lt|apdaras}}
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* Macedonian: {{t|mk|облека|tr=obleka}}
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* Malagasy: {{t|mg|akanjo}}
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* Malay: {{t|ms|pakaian}}
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* Malayalam: {{t|ml|വസ്ത്രം|tr=vastraṁ}}
 
* Manx: {{t-|gv|eaddagh|m}}, {{t-|gv|eaddeeyn|m-p}}
 
* Manx: {{t-|gv|eaddagh|m}}, {{t-|gv|eaddeeyn|m-p}}
 
* Maori: {{t-|mi|kākahu}}, {{t-|mi|pūeru}}
 
* Maori: {{t-|mi|kākahu}}, {{t-|mi|pūeru}}
* Nahuatl: [[quemitl]]
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* Marathi: {{t|mr|पोषाख|tr=pōṣākha}}
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* Mari:
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** Western: {{t|mrj|выргем}}
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* Mongolian: {{t|mn|хувцас}}
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* Nahuatl: {{t|nah|quemitl}}
 
* Navajo: {{tø|nv|ééʼ}}
 
* Navajo: {{tø|nv|ééʼ}}
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* Norwegian:
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** Bokmål: {{t|no|klær|p}}
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** Nynorsk: {{t|nn|klede|p}}
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* Occitan: {{t|oc|rauba|f}}
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* Old English: {{t|ang|clāðas}}
 
* Old French: {{tø|fro|vestement|m}}
 
* Old French: {{tø|fro|vestement|m}}
 
* Old Provençal: {{tø|pro|vestiment}}
 
* Old Provençal: {{tø|pro|vestiment}}
* Persian: {{t+|fa|پوشاک|sc=fa-Arab}}
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* Ossetian: {{t|os|дарæс}}, {{t|os|уæлæдарæс}}, {{t|os|дзаума}}
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* Persian: {{t+|fa|پوشاک|tr=pušấk}}
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* Piedmontese: {{t|pms|abijament|m}}
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* Polish: {{t|pl|odzież|f}}
 
* Portuguese: {{t+|pt|roupa|f}}
 
* Portuguese: {{t+|pt|roupa|f}}
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* Punjabi: {{t|pa|ਕੱਪੜਾ|tr=kapaṛā}}
 
* Romanian: {{t-|ro|îmbrăcăminte|f}}, {{t+|ro|haină}}
 
* Romanian: {{t-|ro|îmbrăcăminte|f}}, {{t+|ro|haină}}
* Russian: {{t+|ru|одежда|f|sc=Cyrl|tr=odéžda}}
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* Romansch: {{t|rm|vestgids|m-p}}
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* Russian: {{t+|ru|одежда|f}}
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* Rusyn: {{t|rue|облечіня}}
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* Sakha: {{t|sah|таҥас}}
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* Samoan: {{t|sm|‘ofu}}
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* Sardinian: {{t|sc|beltimenta|f}}, {{t|sc|bestimenta|f}}
 
* Serbo-Croatian: {{t-|sh|odeća|f}}, {{t-|sh|odežda|f}}
 
* Serbo-Croatian: {{t-|sh|odeća|f}}, {{t-|sh|odežda|f}}
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* Scots: {{t|sco|claes|p}}
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* Scottish Gaelic: {{t|gd|aodach|m}}
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* Shona: {{t|sn|zvipfeko}}
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* Slovak: {{t|sk|oblek}}, {{t|sk|oblečenie|n}}, {{t|sk|šaty|p}}
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* Slovenian: {{t|sv|obleka|f}}, {{t|sv|perílo}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|ropa|f}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|ropa|f}}
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* Sranan Tongo: {{t|srn|krosi}}
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* Sundanese: {{t|su|baju}}
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* Swahili: {{t|sw|nguo|9|10}}, {{t|sw|mavazi|5|6}} ''p''
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* Swedish: {{t|sv|kläder|c-p}}
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* Tabassaran: {{t|tab|дагъ}}, {{t|tab|палтар}} {{qualifier|North dialect}}, {{t|tab|палат}} {{qualifier|South dialect}}
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* Tagalog: {{t|tl|damit}}, {{t|tl|pananamit}}
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* Tajik: {{t|tg|либос}}
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* Tamil: {{t|ta|ஆடை|tr=āṭai}}
 
* Taos: {{tø|twf|páne}}
 
* Taos: {{tø|twf|páne}}
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* Telugu: {{t|te|బట్టలు|tr=baṭṭalu}}
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* Thai: {{t|th|เสื้อผ้า|tr=sêua pâa}}
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* Turkish: {{t|tr|giysi}}, {{t|tr|giyim kuşam}}
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* Tatar: {{t|tt|kiyem}}
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* Ukrainian: {{t|uk|одяг}}
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* Uzbek: {{t|uz|kiyim}}
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* Veps: {{t|vep|soba}}
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* Vietnamese: {{t|vi|quần áo}}
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* Võro: {{t|vro|rõivas}}
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* Wallon: {{t|wa|moussemint}}, {{t|wa|abîyemint}}
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* Welsh: {{t|cy|dillad|m-p}}
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* Yucatan Mayan: {{t|yua|nook’}}, {{t|yua|búuk}}
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* Xhosa: {{t|xh|impahla}}
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* Zulu: {{t|zu|izingubo|9|10}} ''p''
 
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Revision as of 01:23, 23 September 2013

English

Etymology

From Middle English clothing, clathing, clething (> English dialectal cleading), equivalent to clothe +‎ -ing. Cognate with Scots cleeding, cleiding, cleading (clothing), Dutch kleding (clothing), German Kleidung (clothing), Danish klædning (clothing, dress, attire), Swedish klädning (dress). Compare also .

Pronunciation

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  • (US) IPA(No language code specified.): /ˈkloʊðɪŋ/
  • (UK) IPA(No language code specified.): /ˈkləʊðɪŋ/
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Verb

clothing

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Noun

A baby wearing many items of winter clothing: headband, cap, fur-lined coat, shawl and sweater

clothing (uncountable)

  1. Any of a wide variety of articles, usually made of fabrics, animal hair, animal skin, or some combination thereof, used to cover the human body for warmth, to preserve modesty, or for fashion.
    • Milton
      From others he shall stand in need of nothing, / Yet on his brothers shall depend for clothing.
  2. An act or instance of putting clothes on.
    The clothing and unclothing of the idols was of special significance.
  3. Template:context The art of process of making cloth.
    • Ray
      Instructing [refugees] in the art of clothing.
  4. A covering of non-conducting material on the outside of a boiler, or steam chamber, to prevent radiation of heat.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Knight to this entry?)
Hyponyms

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See also