Actresses wore designer dresses and looked lovely.
They were dressed neatly.
I don't care what people think about the way I dress.
If you turn around, I'll fasten your dress for you.
Mary took her time choosing a dress even though Tom was waiting for her.
My dress was ruined when it came back from the cleaner's.
His dress is that of gentleman, but his speech and behavior are those of a clown.
The girl in the red dress ignored the man dressed in black and called a friend on her cellphone.
If only I had a pretty dress like that!
If you dress like that at your age, you'll make a fool of yourself.
My daughter has grown into a dress my wife used to wear.
I dress my daughter every day for school.
The dress is too expensive. Can't you sweeten the deal a little?
People that want to do well in their jobs will dress for success.
A woman's wardrobe isn't complete without a little black dress.
Angielskie słowo "sukienka" (dress) występuje w zestawach:Unit 1 - części garderoby i biżuteriaINFOMINT English: Człowiek - ubrania i dodatkiW sklepie z odzieżą damską (słownictwo B)Człowiek 04: CLOTHES AND ACCESSORIESEnterprise 1 - Companion - Unit 7
The black, silk skirt was designed by his wife.
Earlier, as I was walking down the sidewalk, a car drove by and splashed water on me. Look at this! My skirt and shoes are all muddy.
Would you please show me that skirt?
I'm going to make this material into a skirt.
Girls like skirts.
What shall I put on: trousers or a skirt?
The tar won't come off. I'm going to have to take this skirt to the dry cleaner.
With a high, closed collar, figure-hugging cut, and large slits at either side of a straight skirt, the qipao is unique in its ability to communicate both modesty and sensuousness.
Her skirt was a cheerful shade of bright green.
Janet bought a skirt and a blouse.
I only had to take off my skirt and his pants were soaked with precum.
I usually wear trousers, but today I’m wearing a skirt.
I deliberately skirted the question of money.
My girlfriend needs to try on a different size of skirt.
to skirt a norm