me visto
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (I'll put on some clothes; used to express an immediate future action; first person singular)
a. I'll get dressed
Esperen, que me visto y les llevo al aeropuerto.Wait, I'll get dressed and I'll take you to the airport.
2. (I wear clothes; used to express a habitual action; first person singular)
a. I dress
Me visto así cuando quedo con mis amigos.I dress like this when I'm going to meet my friends.
b. I dress myself
Yo me visto con ropa de diseño.I dress myself in designer clothes.
c. I wear
Me visto de azul o negro para las reuniones de negocios.I wear blue or black for business meetings.
3. (I disguise myself as; used with "de"; used to express a habitual action; first person singular)
a. I dress up
Me visto de bruja todas las noches de Halloween.I dress up as a witch every Halloween night.
4. (I purchase my clothes; used to express a habitual action; first person singular)
a. I buy my clothes
¿Viene a esta tienda a menudo? - Yo me visto aquí.Do you come to this store often? - I buy my clothes here.
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