Definition of clad adjective from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary



    BrE BrE//klæd//
    ; NAmE NAmE//klæd//
    (usually formal)
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  1. 1clad (in something) (often used after an adverb or in compounds) wearing a particular type of clothing synonym dressed She was clad in blue velvet. warmly/scantily clad leather-clad motorcyclists
  2. 2-clad (in compounds) covered in a particular thing snow-clad hills
  3. Extra examples He returned fully clad. She went home and returned more suitably clad. a scantily clad young woman
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