glove in English
v. put gloves on; provide with gloves
“Halt!” said the little girl. “I do not have my boots, nor my fur-lined gloves.”
“How could I have put on this glove?” she thought. “Maybe I am becoming small again?”
“Mary Ann! Mary Ann!” cried the voice. “Fetch me my gloves this moment!” Then Alice heard a pattering of feet on the stairs.
On saying these words, she was surprised to see that as she was talking she had put on one of the rabbit’s little gloves.
My gloves are wet.
She has purchased some gloves that are too small.
She promptly loosened Gerda’s clothing, and pulled off the gloves and boots – without doing this, the child would have been stifled by the heat.
The next day, he came with his fur gloves, and had his sledge on his back.
Those are your friend’s gloves.
The rabbit started violently, dropped the gloves and the fan, and scurried off; he disappeared into the darkness.
the handwear used by fielders in playing baseball: baseball glove, baseball mitt, mitt, baseball equipment
showing skill and sensitivity in dealing with people: diplomatical, diplomatic, tactful
handwear: covers the hand and wrist: gantlet, metal glove, mitten, handwear, golf glove, thumb, hand wear, batting glove, kid glove, suede glove, gauntlet, finger
boxing equipment consisting of big and padded coverings for the fists of the fighters; worn for the sport of boxing: boxing equipment, boxing glove