An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. vestido
I like the way you're dressed tonight; that suit fits you perfectly.Me gusta cómo estás vestido esta noche; ese traje te queda perfecto.
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dressed [drest]
to be casually dressed ir (vestido) informal or de sport; to be smartly dressed ir (vestido) elegante
he was casually/smartly dressed
dressed as a man/woman vestido de hombre/mujer
to be dressed for tennis/the country ir vestido para jugar al tenis/para ir al campo
fully dressed completamente vestido
to get dressed vestirse
dressed in black vestido de negro
to be dressed in a skirt/trousers llevar falda/pantalones
to be dressed to kill ir despampanante (informal)
She arrived at the party, dressed to kill as usual.
dressed crab (n) cangrejo (m) preparado
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