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tog Explained

tog at English => English (English Etymology) Of Explained:

1708, "any outer garment," shortened from togman "cloak, loose coat" (1567), thieves' cant word, formed from Fr. togue "cloak," from L. toga (see toga). M.E. toge "toga" (14c.) was also a cant word for "coat." Plural form togs is first recorded 1779. ///

tog at English => English (Longman) Of Explained:

n [C] [Date: 1700-1800; Origin: tog 'coat' (18-20 centuries), from togman (16-18 centuries), probably from Latin toga; TOGA]//
1 togs [plural] informal clothes:
2 a unit for measuring the warmth of duvets, sleeping bags, jackets etc:
tog 2 v BrE informal be/get togged up/out// to be or get dressed for a particular occasion or activity//

tog at Afrikaans => English Of Explained:

an (004) ISO 3-letter country codeAmerican Fed

tog at Danish => English Of Explained:

, tem

tog at Danish => English Of Explained:

train

tog at Norwegian => English Of Explained:

train

tog at English => English (Moby Thesaurus II) Of Explained:

34 Moby Thesaurus words for "tog":
apparel, array, attire, bedeck, bedrape, bundle up, clothe, deck,
dight, drape, dress, dud, enclothe, endue, enrobe, enshroud,
envelop, enwrap, garb, garment, habilitate, invest, lap, muffle up,
rag out, raiment, robe, sheathe, shroud, swaddle, swathe, tire,
wrap, wrap up

tog at Afrikaans => English Of Explained:

certainly, indeed, rather, surely

tog at Croatian => English Of Explained:


this

tog at Danish => English Of Explained:

train
train

tóg at Irish => English Of Explained:

allover

tog at English => English (Oxford Advanced Learners) Of Explained:

noun, verb
noun (BrE)
1 (togs) [pl.] (informal, becoming old-fashioned) clothes, especially ones that you wear for a particular purpose:
tennis / swimming / running togs
2 a unit for measuring the warmth of DUVETS, etc.
verb (-gg-)
IDIOMS
be togged out / up (in sth) (informal) to be wearing clothes for a particular activity or occasion:
They were all togged up in their skiing gear.

Tog at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Tog \Tog\, v. t. & i.
To put toggery, or togs, on; to dress; -- usually with out,
implying care, elaborateness, or the like. [Colloq. or Slang]
--Harper's Weekly.

tog at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

tog
v : provide with clothes or put clothes on; "Parents must feed
and dress their child" [syn: {dress}, {clothe}, {enclothe},
{garb}, {raiment}, {garment}, {habilitate}, {fit out}, {apparel}]
[ant: {undress}]
[also: {togging}, {togged}]

tog at English (WD) Of Explained:

Inter: also » tóg

English

Inter: wikipedi » a

Etymology 1

From Inter: etyl » la toga, "cloack" or "mantle". It started being used by thieves and vagabonds with the noun togman, which was an old slang word for "cloack". By the 1700s the noun "tog" was used as a short form for "togman", and it was being used for "coat", and before 1800 the word started to mean "clothing". The verb "tog" came out after a short period of time and became a popular word which meant to dress up.

Pronunciation

* Inter: rhymes » ɒɡ

Noun

Inter: en-nou » n
  • A cloak.
    1. Clothes.
    2. A unit of thermal resistance, being ten times the temperature difference (in °C) between the two surfaces of a material when the flow of heat is equal to one watt per square metre
      Derived terms
      * Inter: l » en|megatog Inter: qualifier » rare, humorously hyperbolic

      Verb

      Inter: en-verb » tog|g|ed


  • Inter: transitiv » e To dress.

    Etymology 2

    Inter: abbreviatio » n

    Inter: en-abb » r

  • Inter: knittin » g together
    1. 2012, Kay Meadors, Knitting for a Cure (page 34)
    2. : Row 1 (Right side): Slip 1, K1, K2 tog, YO, K 10, (K2 tog, YO) twice, K3.

      Anagrams

      * got


    Danish

    Inter: wikipedia » lang=da

    Etymology 1

    From Inter: etyl » gml|da Inter: term » toge|lang=gml, Inter: term » toch|lang=gml, from Inter: etyl » osx|da *Inter: term » |tugi|lang=osx, from Inter: etyl » gem-pro|da Inter: recons » tugiz|lang=gem-pro. Cognate with Dutch Inter: term » teug|lang=nl, German Inter: term » Zug|lang=de, Old English Inter: term » tyge|lang=ang. The sense "train" is derived from Inter: etyl » de|da Inter: term » Zug|lang=de.

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » /tɔːɡ/|tˢɔwˀ|lang=da

    Noun

    Inter: da-noun » et|pl-indef-2=toge
  • train
    1. expedition
      Inflection
      Inter: da-noun-infl » et|pl-indef-2=toge

      Etymology 2

      See Inter: term » tage||to take|lang=da.

      Pronunciation

      * Inter: IPA » /toː/|tˢoːˀ|lang=da

      Verb

      Inter: head » da|verb form


  • Inter: form of » past|tage|lang=da

  • Dutch

    Adverb

    Inter: head » nl|adverb
  • Misspelling of toch.
    1. : Hij kwam tog? - He came, didn't he?


    Faroese

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » toː|lang=fo

    Noun

    tog {{n}}
  • (hemp) rope
    1. long hair of a sheep skin

      Declension

      Inter: fo-decl-noun-n4 » tog


    Category: Category:Faroese nouns -

    Icelandic

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » /tʰɔːɣ/|lang=is
    • Inter: rhymes » ɔːɣ|lang=is

      Noun

      Inter: is-noun » n|togs|tog


  • the act of pulling
    1. rope

      Declension

      Inter: is-decl-noun-n-s » t|o|g


    Lojban

    Rafsi

    Inter: jbo-rafs » i
  • Inter: rafsi of » tonga

  • Norwegian

    Noun

    Inter: head » no|noun
  • train (line of connected cars or carriages)

    Inflection

    Inter: no-noun-infl » nb-class=n1|nn-class=n1

  • Norwegian Nynorsk

    Alternative forms

    * tau (also Norwegian Bokmål)

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl » non|nn Inter: term » tog|lang=non.

    Verb

    Inter: nn-noun-n » 1
  • a rope
    1. : Kutt toget!
    2. :: Cut the rope!

      References

      * Inter: R:Dokumentasjonsprosjektet » lang=nn


    Scottish Gaelic

    Verb

    Inter: head » gd|verb|verbal noun|togail
  • build, erect
    1. lift, haul, pick up, hoist
    2. rear, bring up, raise Inter: gloss » a child
    3. rouse, stir

      Derived terms

      * Inter: l » gd|dian-thograch - ambitious

  • Inter: l » gd|togarrach
  • Inter: l » gd|tog dealbh - photograph (verb)
  • Inter: l » gd|tog fianais - demonstrate

  • Slovene

    Adjective

    Inter: sl-ad » j
  • rigid

  • Swedish

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » tuːg|lang=sv

    Verb

    Inter: head » sv|verb form
  • Inter: sv-verb-form-past » ta
    1. Inter: sv-verb-form-past » taga


    Translation: br » tog
    Translation: da » tog
    Translation: et » tog
    Translation: el » tog
    Translation: fr » tog
    Translation: io » tog
    Translation: it » tog
    Translation: ka » tog
    Translation: ku » tog
    Translation: lo » tog
    Translation: hu » tog
    Translation: mg » tog
    Translation: my » tog
    Translation: nl » tog
    Translation: no » tog
    Translation: pl » tog
    Translation: pt » tog
    Translation: ru » tog
    Translation: sq » tog
    Translation: sv » tog
    Translation: tr » tog
    Translation: ug » tog
    Translation: vi » tog
    Translation: yi » tog
    Translation: zh » tog

  • tóg at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » tog

    Irish

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » lang=ga|t̪ˠoːɡ

    Verb

    Inter: ga-verb » pres=tógann|fut=tógfaidh|vn=tógáil|pp=tógtha|sort=tog
  • lift, lift up, raise
    1. take
    2. set upright
    3. build
    4. rear, bring up
    5. ascend, climb
    6. pick up, learn

      Inflection

      Inter: ga-conj-1a » t|ó|g|broad|vn=tógáil

      Mutation

      Inter: ga mut cons » t|óg


    Translation: es » tóg
    Translation: hu » tóg
    Translation: mg » tóg
    Translation: fj » tóg
    Translation: ru » tóg