20 Useful CLOTHING Phrasal Verbs in English 1

20 Useful CLOTHING Phrasal Verbs in English

Clothing phrasal verbs! List of common clothes phrasal verbs in English with meaning, ESL picture and example sentences to improve your English.

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Clothing phrasal verbs

List of Clothing phrasal verbs in English

  • Do up
  • Dress up
  • Dress up
  • Dress down
  • Hang out
  • Hang up
  • Have on
  • Kick off
  • Put on
  • Slip on
  • Take off
  • Take in
  • Take up
  • Try on
  • Throw on
  • Turn up
  • Wrap up
  • Zip up
  • Let out
  • Let down

Clothing phrasal verbs with Meaning and Examples

Do up

  • Meaning: Fasten an item of clothing
  • Example: You don’t need to do up the top button.

Dress up

  • Meaning: Dress (oneself or another) in your best clothes
  • Example: You don’t need to dress up. It’s just a family get-together.

Dress up

  • Meaning: Put on fancy dress in children’s games
  • Example: For her birthday party, they had dressed her up as a fairy.

Dress down

  • Meaning: Wear clothes that are more informal than those you usually wear
  • Example: He dressed down on his first date.

Hang out

  • Meaning: Dry clothes outside after washing
  • Example: Have you hung the washing out?

Hang up

  • Meaning: Put something on a hook or a hanger
  • Example: The women hung up their coats and sat down.

Have on

  • Meaning: Wear an item of clothing on one’s person
  • Example: Melissa had her new dress on.

Kick off

  • Meaning: Make your shoes come off by shaking your feet
  • Example: He kicked his shoes off as soon as he got home.

Put on

  • Meaning: Dress yourself or someone else with an item or items of clothing
  • Example: She put on her coat and went out.

Slip on

  • Meaning: Put on an item of clothing easily
  • Example: She slipped her sandals on before she went into the sea.

Take off

  • Meaning: Remove any item of clothing
  • Example: Anna took off her sandals.

Take in

  • Meaning: Make clothing narrower
  • Example: I’ll have to take this dress in at the waist – it’s too big.

Take up

  • Meaning: Reduce the length of a piece of clothing
  • Example: I want to take this pair of pants up. It’s too long.

Try on

  • Meaning: Put on an item of clothing to find out whether it fits or is suitable
  • Example: What a lovely dress! Why don’t you try it on?

Throw on

  • Meaning: Put on a piece of clothing quickly and carelessly
  • Example: She just threw on the first skirt she found.

Turn up

  • Meaning: Shorten trousers, a dress or a skirt so that they fit better
  • Example: Her jeans were too long, so she turned them up.

Wrap up

  • Meaning: Put warm clothes on
  • Example: I could hear my mother telling me to wrap up warm.

Zip up

  • Meaning: To be closed by means of a zip
  • Example: He zipped up his leather jacket.

Let out

  • Meaning: Make clothing wider
  • Example: I’m going to have this skirt let out.

Let down

  • Meaning: Use the extra cloth in the hem of a piece of clothing to make it longer
  • Example: This skirt needs letting down.

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