1. To apply a bandage or medication to, as of wounds and injuries.
2. To convert into leather, of tanned skins.
3. To dress in a certain manner.
4. To dress ranks; of troops.
5. To dress ranks; of troops; SYN. line up.
6. To kill and prepare for market or consumption; SYN. dress out.
7. Said of dogs and horses: to groom; to curry.
8. Said of hair: to arrange; to coif.
9. To provide with clothes or put clothes on; SYN. clothe, enclothe, garb, raiment, tog, garment, habilitate, fit out, apparel.
10. To provide with decoration, as of windows; SYN. decorate.
11. To put a dressing on, as of salads.
12. To put a finish on.
13. To put on clothes; SYN. get dressed.
1. To become folded; SYN. fold up.
2. To bend or lay so that one part covers the other; SYN. fold up, turn up.
3. To incorporate a food ingredient into a mixture by repeated overturnings without stirring or beating.
4. To intertwine.
1. To enfold, envelop
2. To fold inward or toward one another
Wrap, enfold; perplex; involve in difficulty or complication