Phrasal Verbs related to clothing.

source: Learn English with Let's Talk   2015年10月10日
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Dress up--Putting clothes on yourself, or on someone else.
Example : The children enjoyed dressing up in their mother's clothes.
Have on--Wear an item of clothing.
Example : Mr Smith had a football shirt on to go to the soccer match.
Slip on--Put on an item of clothing very easily.
Example : She slipped on her flip flops before she went into the sea
Try on--To put on an item of clothing to find out whether it fits or is suitable.
John told Lara to try on the shoes before she buys them to make sure they fit.
Kick off--To remove what you are wearing quickly.
John was so tired she kicked his pants off as soon as she got home.
Throw on--Put on an item of clothing very quickly.
Michelle was in such a hurry, she just threw on a few clothes on before leaving the house.
Wrap up--To put some warm clothes on.
John’s mother told him to wrap up something warm because it was very cold outside.
Put on--To dress yourself or someone else with an item or items of clothing.
He put on his best shirt before he went for an interview.

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