Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Clothing"

The meaning of "Clothing" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Although much of the clothing inspiration still came from England, Italy, and France, those who created the styles were focused on the idea of what was of interest to Americans. mean?
A: This means that the clothes made were inspired by some countries, but the designers made sure the Americans' liked the design/style.

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Q: What does issued clothing mean?
A: It means that the company gave it to the employees. It usually has a company logo.
Q: What does a clothing line mean?
A: A clothing line is a rope tied between two points that you hang your wet clothing on to dry in the sun.

Example sentences using "Clothing"

Q: Please show me example sentences with clothing and clothes??? pls tell me some eg. <3.
A: 1. I hate my clothes!
2. There was no clothes in the store.
3. Sweatshirts are my favorite item of clothing.
4. I sell clothing online.
5. The website carries men’s clothing.
6. Is there a clothing store near?
7. The room had two closets for clothing.
8. Change your clothes!
9. You need new clothes!
10. Put your clothes away!
11. Jenny is wearing clothes.
12. I gave my old clothes away.
Q: Please show me example sentences with clothing
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A: The earthquake victims are in need of food, clothing, and blankets.
I have a clothing allowance
The clothing industry
It does not require the use of protective clothing.

Synonyms of "Clothing" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between clothing and apparel and clothes ?
A: Clothes.
Q: What is the difference between clothing and clothes ?
A: "Clothing" is more formal, but they mean the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between clothing company and apparel company ?
A: They are the same thing, clothing company is just more commonly said.
Q: What is the difference between clothing and closes ?
A: Clothing refers to a type of clothes, or used as a gerund.

Example:
I think kimonos are a very elegant type of clothing.

Clothing the poor is our objective. (gerund)

Closes is a verb which means to close something, or to shut something.

Example:
Please close the door when you leave.
Lily closes her bedroom door when she sleeps at night.

But I don't think you mean closes. So if you actually meant 'clothes' instead of 'closes':

Clothes is what you wear everyday. It can be shirts, skirts, dresses, etc.

Example:
Please fold your clothes before putting them in the closet.
Q: What is the difference between clothing and clothes ?
A: They are the same thing and can be used interchangeably. For example:
1. I wash my clothes every week on Saturday.
2. I wash my clothing every week on Saturday.

In most cases, however, a native English speaker would say 1. (clothes).

Translations of "Clothing"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? About clothing...I don't have a mind of my own. I just try to imitate fashion mannequin thing(fashion site recommendation)

Is it natural?? I want fancy expression for these sentences
A: As far as fashion goes, I don't really have a mind of my own. I just try to imitate what I see on fashion sites or mannequins.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 옷인데 무늬나 로고 등이 없는 옷
clothing without any logo or pattern.
(not only t shirts, about all clothings)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? clothing, and what's the difference between clothing and clothes
A: Here is a recording for "clothing." I suppose "clothing" is a more general term. "Clothes" seems more specific.

You would say "I brought some extra clothes in case I need to change." But you would not say you brought "extra clothing."

You could say "These are my clothes." But you wouldn't say " This is my clothing."

The only time I can think of that we use the word "clothing" is to refer to stores or storage. You could say "Do they sell clothing in this store?" Or you might see a reference to "clothing storage solutions" on a department store website, where they're selling chests, dressers, closet systems, etc.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? this clothing
A: In the U.K. We call it a jumper, in North America they call it a sweater.

Because of the design you can call it a Christmas jumper/sweater
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a clothing for my cell phone
A: phone cover or phone case

Other questions about "Clothing"

Q: (clothing shop) Excuse me, i am looking for another size. Is it all sizes you guys have? does this sound natural?
A: almost perfect.
"Are these all the sizes you guys have"
Q: He bought quiet a few clothing for his girlfriend so he has little money. does this sound natural?
A: Change 'quiet' to "quite"

Quiet is little to no sound.
Q: I inherited this clothing which my father worn when he was the same now's my age. does this sound natural?
A: I think it would sound better as "I inherited the clothing my father wore when he was my age".
Q: The clothing I bought yesterday in that store was very expensive . does this sound natural?
A: it is a good but you could change that to the
Q: What clothing should we put in our suitcase if we visit California in October?
A: It really depends where you're going. If you're in San Francisco 🤗 it's cold but it could get warm during the day (10〜18℃前後) If you're down in LA it should be a bit warmer. Pack some tshirts but also jackets, sweatshirts in case it gets cold

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