dress to kill
- Dress to killWhen someone is dressed to kill, they are dressed very smartly.
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Dress to Kill — For the album by 2Cents, see Dress to Kill (album). Dress to Kill Video by Eddie Izzard Released 9 November 1998 Recorded Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco … Wikipedia
dress to kill — verb To dress up so as to impress others (especially of the opposite sex) … Wiktionary
dress to kill — When someone is dressed to kill, they are dressed very smartly. (Dorking School Dictionary) … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
Dress to Kill (album) — Dress to Kill Studio album by 2Cents Released December 1, 2009 … Wikipedia
dress out — verb kill and prepare for market or consumption dress a turkey • Syn: ↑dress • Derivationally related forms: ↑dressing (for: ↑dress) • Hypernyms: ↑co … Useful english dictionary
dress — ► VERB 1) (also get dressed) put on one s clothes. 2) put clothes on (someone). 3) wear clothes in a particular way or of a particular type: she dresses well. 4) decorate or arrange in an artistic or attractive way. 5) clean, treat, or apply a… … English terms dictionary
dress — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French drescer, dresser to direct, put right, Vulgar Latin *directiare, from Latin directus direct, past participle of dirigere to direct, from dis + regere to lead straight more at right Date: 14th… … New Collegiate Dictionary
dress — verb 1》 put on one s clothes. ↘put clothes on (someone). ↘wear clothes in a particular way or of a particular type: she dresses well. ↘put on clothes appropriate for a formal occasion. ↘(dress up) dress in smart clothes or in a… … English new terms dictionary
Dressed to Kill — may refer to: Dressed to Kill (1980 film), directed by Brian De Palma Dressed to Kill (1941 film), with Lloyd Nolan, Mary Beth Hughes, and Sheila Ryan Dressed to Kill (1946 film), aka Sherlock Holmes in Dressed to Kill, with Basil Rathbone, Nigel … Wikipedia
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