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Does vestido mean clothing? If not what does it mean'

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updated OCT 16, 2008
posted by Cami

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vestido verde blue dress?

Sargento Chinicuil said:

vestido, when is a verb in past participle, is "dressed", example: (Tú estás vestido muy elegante = You're dressed very elegant), when is femenine is "vestida". When is a noun, is "dress", example: (Me gusta ese vestido verde - I love this blue dress). It depends on the context you use "vestido"

Cami,
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updated OCT 16, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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vestido, when is a verb in past participle, is "dressed", example: (Tú estás vestido muy elegante = You're dressed very elegant), when is femenine is "vestida". When is a noun, is "dress", example: (Me gusta ese vestido verde - I love this blue dress). It depends on the context you use "vestido"

updated OCT 16, 2008
posted by Sargento-Chinicuil
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But, specifically, it refer to a one piece dress, doesn't it. It's different than falda o traje.

like to give a woman's reply to the difference between traje de noche y vestido de noche?
http://www.spanishdict.com/translate/vestido
http://www.spanishdict.com/translate/traje

Sally said:

Vestir means to get dressed, not vertir. Typo by lazarus.Have you guessed'Vestido means dress.

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updated OCT 15, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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Vestir means to get dressed, not vertir. Typo by lazarus.
Have you guessed?
Vestido means dress.

updated OCT 15, 2008
posted by Sally
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"Vertir" means to "get dressed".
"Vestido" means "dressed".
Guess.

updated OCT 15, 2008
posted by lazarus1907