Word family noun dress dresser dressing adjective dressedundressed dressy verb dressundress
From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdressingdress‧ing /ˈdresɪŋ/ ●●○ noun 1 [countable, uncountable]DFF a mixture of liquids, usually oil and vinegar, that you put on salad or raw vegetables a vinaigrette dressing French dressing, salad dressing2 [countable, uncountable] American EnglishDFF stuffing(1)3 [countable]MI a special piece of material used to cover and protect a wound The nurse came to change his dressing. cross-dressing, power dressing, window dressing
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dressingHe prescribed the appropriate cleaning agents and dressings as required.Most people also underestimate the calories provided by fatty foods and fat-containing sauces and dressings.I pause here to point out that items such as dressings are available on prescription.He had a bad cold and was shivering inside his dressing gown.When they unplugged his dressings, fluid leapt from his flesh like some victorious spirit that had possessed him.Very tasty as salad, lemon dressing.They charged into the other dressing rooms, gabbling as they started a quick change for another number.It is built of the typical pale Yorkshire brick with local stone dressings.Change the dressing twice a day.