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  *衣* | 衣* | *衣
clothes / CL: / Kangxi radical 145
  *衣* | 衣* | *衣
to dress / to wear / to put on (clothes)
undergarment / underwear / CL:
night clothes / pajamas
(wool) sweater / CL:
to wear clothes / clothing
jacket / upper outer garment / CL:
overcoat / topcoat / cloak / CL:
shirt / CL:
windbreaker / wind cheater / wind jacket / CL:
plain cotton clothing / (literary) the common people
clothing manufacture
swimsuit / bathing suit
cotton-padded clothes / CL:
ready-made clothes
raincoat / CL:
hooded sweatshirt / hoodie
black clothes / servant (old) / young woman role in Chinese opera, also called 正旦
drysuit (diving)
to try on (clothes) / fitting
outer clothing / semblance / appearance
to change clothes / to go to the toilet (euphemism)
swimsuit / bathing costume
hemp garment
civilian clothes / plain clothes / plainclothesman
capsule (containing medicine) / husk (of corn)
frosting or icing (on cakes etc) / sugarcoating
sweater / woolen knitwear / wool
life jacket / life vest
overalls / CL:
burial clothes
the Emperor's new clothes (i.e. naked)
bulletproof vest
unlined garment
to iron (clothes)
lit. measure the body then tailor the suit (idiom); fig. to act according to actual circumstances / To live within one's means.
long underwear
sausage casing
winter clothing
please take off your coat (honorific) / loose-fitting garment
winter clothes
colored clothes / motley attire
bloody garment
parka jacket (loanword) / CL:
to launder clothes by pounding
second hand clothes
short garment / short jacket
cicada slough (used in TCM)
diving suit
military uniform
beautiful clothes
prison uniform
traveler's clothing / military uniform
gun cover
mourning garment
jacket worn esp. by soldiers in former times, with large insignia on the front and back indicating unit affiliation
corset (clothing)
robe of a Buddhist priest / ceremonial garment of a Daoist priest / robe of a judge, nun, priest etc / cassock / vestment
convict's garb in ancient times / convict
to open a bale of cotton
eat depending on the dish, cut cloth according to the body (idiom); to fit the appetite to the dishes and the dress to the figure / to act according to actual circumstances / to live within one's means
moss under old walls
to get dressed
lit. tailor the clothes to fit the body (idiom); fig. act according to real circumstances
to dress in a hurry with part of the body showing
woven rush raincoat
to wash clothes

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