damitan, magbihis, damtan, magpadamit, magdamit, paramitan, paramtan
Verb(1) provide with clothes or put clothes on(2) furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors(3) cover as if with clothing
Adjective(1) wearing or provided with clothing; sometimes used in combination(2) having an outer covering especially of thin metal
(1) The Achnabourin Estate is set amid some wonderful scenery ranging from spectacular coastal dunes to heather clad hill.(2) The playgroup plans to continue its fundraising, hoping to provide more outdoor toys and to clad their portable building in order to aid insulation.(3) I saw him clad in rugged blue jeans and a decent black button-up shirt.(4) There was a tremendous amount of young scantily clad women roaming about and they all seemed to be shouting and screaming at the top of their voices.(5) As she was watching the rain pelting down, Calphurnia came in clad in a long, white, flowing nightgown.(6) Fifty-four Japanese schoolgirls, all clad in their uniforms, stroll down into a subway station.(7) I smiled widely when I saw Feodor and Isidore walk out from the gates, both clad in shining armor.(8) I played minigolf in Feilding on Sunday, for the first time since I was a school uniform- clad teen.(9) A tall man came in clad in light armour, holding his sheath in his left hand.(10) As one of about five metal- clad buildings from that era remaining in Canada, the Lodge is of some historical significance.(11) Natural and artificial light is reflected from the polished and honed surfaces of the stone- clad interior.(12) Students decked up as traditional warriors, zulu tribals and khakhi- clad men ready to go into the bush, welcomed the guests.(13) It was a family occasion, with everyone clad in red and white striped tops.(14) Its stone- clad facade consists of square and rectangular patterns, indicative of traditional Bulgarian design.(15) The outside is clad with a type of concrete slab that only has to be painted every 20 years.(16) These are also the people who gave us stone cladding - it's almost impossible to shift a clad house without a huge spend to remove it and repair the frontage.
(1) clothe :: damitan
3. dress ::
4. cover ::
5. adorn ::
6. robe ::
magsuot ng bata
7. enclothe ::
Different Formsclad, unclad
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