robe

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
robe

Plural
robes

  1. A robe is a long loose item of clothing.
    The young people wore white robes to the church for their confirmation.
  2. A robe is a long item of clothing used to show rank or importance.
    The judge looked splendid in his red robe.
  3. A robe is a dressing gown or bathrobe.
    He put on his robe after his bath and watched TV.

Verb[change]

Plain form
robe

Third-person singular
robes

Past tense
robed

Past participle
robed

Present participle
robing

  1. To robe is to put on or wear a robe.
    The king was robed before his coronation.

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