fine+clothes

  • 1 fine clothes — smart or elegant attire, stylish or high quality clothing …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 2 prank oneself with fine clothes — dress up in fancy clothes …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 3 dressed up in fine clothes — adj. wearing nice clothing; made to appear fancy (especially about something that usually looks quite plain) …

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  • 4 fine feathers do not make fine birds — {literary} A person who wears fine clothes may not be as good as he looks. A proverb. * /Mary is pretty and she wears pretty clothes, but she is very mean. Fine feathers do not make fine birds./ Compare: HANDSOME IS AS HANDSOME DOES …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 5 fine feathers do not make fine birds — {literary} A person who wears fine clothes may not be as good as he looks. A proverb. * /Mary is pretty and she wears pretty clothes, but she is very mean. Fine feathers do not make fine birds./ Compare: HANDSOME IS AS HANDSOME DOES …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 6 fine\ feathers\ do\ not\ make\ fine\ birds — literary proverb A person who wears fine clothes may not be as good as he looks. Mary is pretty and she wears pretty clothes, but she is very mean. Fine feathers do not make fine birds. Compare: handsome is as handsome does …

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  • 7 fine — fine1 [ faın ] adjective *** 1. ) if something is fine, it is good enough and acceptable to you: Is your room all right? Yes, fine, thanks. Is it okay if we join you later? Yes, that s fine. fine for: I m not very hungry. A sandwich will be fine… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 8 fine — 1 /faIn/ adjective 1 ALL RIGHT especially spoken a) good enough; all right: “I could make you some dinner if you like.” “It s okay, a sandwich is fine, thanks.” | This apartment is fine for two, but it gets very cramped with your mother here. | I …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 9 fine — I UK [faɪn] / US adjective Word forms fine : adjective fine comparative finer superlative finest *** 1) if something is fine, it is good enough and acceptable to you Is your room all right? Yes, fine, thanks. Is it okay if we join you later? Yes …

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  • 10 fine — I [[t]fa͟ɪn[/t]] ADJECTIVE USES ♦♦ finer, finest 1) ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n You use fine to describe something that you admire and think is very good. There is a fine view of the countryside... This is a fine book. ...London s finest art deco… …

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  • 11 fine — I 1. adjective 1) fine wines Syn: excellent, first class, first rate, great, exceptional, outstanding, quality, superior, splendid, magnificent, exquisite, choice, select, prime, supreme, superb, wonde …

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  • 12 fine — I adjective 1) fine wines Syn: good, choice, select, prime, quality, special, superior, of distinction, premium, classic, vintage 2) a fine piece of work Syn …

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • 13 fine*/*/*/ — [faɪn] adj I 1) good enough, or acceptable ‘Is your room all right? ‘Yes, fine, thanks. [/ex] Your blood pressure is absolutely fine.[/ex] 2) healthy and happy ‘How are you? ‘Fine, thanks. [/ex] 3) of very good quality fine clothes/food/wine[/ex] …

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  • 14 clothes — W2S2 [kləuðz, kləuz US klouðz, klouz] n [plural] [: Old English; Origin: clathas, plural of clath; CLOTH] the things that people wear to cover their body or keep warm ▪ I enjoy shopping for clothes and shoes. ▪ What sort of clothes was he wearing …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 15 clothes — clothes, clothing, dress, attire, apparel, raiment are comparable when they denote a person s garments considered collectively. Clothes and clothing are general words which do not necessarily suggest a wearer or personal owner but sometimes a… …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 16 fine feathers make fine birds — ► fine feathers make fine birds proverb beautiful clothes or an eye catching appearance make a person appear similarly beautiful or impressive. Main Entry: ↑fine …

    English terms dictionary

  • 17 Clothes line — For other uses, see Clothesline (disambiguation). Clothes lines in Tripoli, in Northern Lebanon. A clothes line or washing line is any type of rope, cord, or twine that has been stretched between two points (e.g. two sticks), outside or indoors,… …

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  • 18 Clothes hanger — Wire (top) and wooden (bottom) clothes hangers …

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  • 19 clothes — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ beautiful, elegant, fancy, fine, lovely, nice, pretty ▪ cheap, expensive ▪ …

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  • 20 fine — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big, heavy, hefty, huge, large, massive, stiff, substantial ▪ He was forced to pay a hefty fine …

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