"Tu vesti i gatti?"

Translation:Do you dress up the cats?

June 17, 2013

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It also accepts, "YOU DRESS CATS!?".


Is there a real difference between "to dress up" and "to dress"?


I think <to dress> covers all you need in English. <To dress up> implies an event e.g. party, concert. You might just <dress up> for a job interview, but are unlikely to dress up for going out in the evening unless it is for something notable. Normally <to dress> will work. Sadly we have stopped <dressing for dinner> in our house :(

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