dress up v 1. put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive; "she never dresses up, even when she goes to the opera"; "the young girls were all fancied up for the party" [syn: fig out, fig up, deck up, gussy up, fancy up, trick up, deck out, trick out, prink, attire, get up, rig out, tog up, tog out, overdress] [ant: dress down]
2. make something appear superficially attractive; "the researcher tried to dress up the uninteresting data"; "don't try to dress up the unpleasant truth" [syn: window-dress]
3. put a caparison on; of horses [syn: caparison, bard]
4. dress in a costume; "we dressed up for halloween as pumpkins" [syn: costume]
5. dress in a certain manner; "she dresses in the latest paris fashion": "he dressed up in a suit and tie" [syn: dress]
Dress-up is a game played mainly by children. It involves dressing up, usually to impersonate someone or something, like an animal or character in a fairy tale. The type of clothes they dress up in often resembles who they are trying to be, either adults' clothing or special play clothes designed specifically for dress-up like feather boas and jewelry.
Dicionário fonte: Dicionário Inglês-Espanhol
A tradução de dress up do Inglês para o Espanhol (v.) = vestirse elegantemente, vestirse de etiqueta. Ex:The article 'Surprise: Scruffy Students Now Don Glad Rags for Class' reports that high school students throughout the country are dressing up these days and that what is chic varies from region to region. (v.) = guarnecer, decorar, aderezar, aliñar. Ex:You can dress up any plate of food with garnishment, but knowing how to garnish food can be confusing for anyone who has not previously tried.
Dicionário fonte: Dicionário de Expressões Inglês-Russo
A tradução de dress up do Inglês para o Russo
а. изысканно одевать(ся) Are we going to dress up for the wedding, or is it informal? б. надевать маскарадный костюм в. наряжать(ся) Mary (was) dressed up for the party. We shall dress the room up for Christmas. You can dress these old chairs up in new covers. г. переодеваться The children enjoy dressing up in Mother's old clothes. д. воен. выстраивать солдат Dress up the men so that the general can see them.
(TOEFL) 1. แต่งตัวสวยเป็นพิเศษ; แต่งตัวให้ดี : Why are you all dressed up? Where are you going?= ทำไมเธอแต่งตัวสวยเป็นพิเศษ? เธอกำลังจะไปไหนหรือจ๊ะ? ; The bridegroom was dressed up.= เจ้าบ่าวได้แต่งตัวด้วยชุดที่ประณีตจริงๆ
I: v.i.: 1. a se îmbrăca elegant, a se îmbrăca în ţinută de gală. "So they dressed up as if for church and looked at one another with nervous smirks, ..." (J.C. Oates, Them) 2. a se deghiza, a se masca. "I could dress up like a boy and anybody could ever tell." (C. McCullers, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter)II: v.t.: 1. a găti, a îmbrăca în cele mai bune haine. "While Silvia was being dressed up, Mary was playing with the cat." (F.T. Wood, op. cit.) 2. (d. stil, etc.) a înflori; a încărca. " ‘Why do you dress up every sentence with a lot of unnecessary epithets and metaphors?'
vi stroić się (wystroić się perf ) I can't be bothered to dress up this evening. to dress up (as) przebierać się (przebrać się perf ) (za +acc ) He dressed up as a pig. dress circle (BRIT : THEAT ) pierwszy balkon m
dress up 1vtsep (a)(put elegant clothes on) to dress oneself up, se faire beau ou belle; to be dressed up to the nines, être sur son trente et un; (b)(put on fancy dress) se déguiser; you could dress yourself up as Pierrot, tu pourrais te déguiser en Pierrot; to dress someone up, costumer quelqu'un, déguiser quelqu'un, (as something, en quelque chose). 2vi (a)(wear elegant clothes) se faire beau ou belle; (b)(wear fancy dress) se déguiser; children love to dress up, les enfants aiment se déguiser.