Girls usually like dressing up and matching different clothes to build up their own styles. We always use ‘wear’ and ‘remove’ to describe putting on and taking off the clothes. However, there are other words or phrasal verbs we can use to describe this action.
Let’s learn the following 8 phrasal verbs and use them next time!
To put on special clothes for special occasion
He dressed up as a cowboy for the party.
To be wearing a piece of clothing
I loved that dress you had on last night.
To put on a piece of clothing to see if it fits you
Try on the shoes to see if they fit.
Become damaged or useless
I have worn out my shoes!
To dress in warm clothes
Wrap up well, it is cold outside.
Do up your jacket, don’t get a cold!
To put on a piece of clothing quickly
I threw on my hat and rushed out.
To put on a piece of clothing with suitable size
I can’t get into this shirt anymore because I am much taller now.