clothes is plural, it has not singular form.
Clothes brushes is the plural of clothes brush
Clothes is plural. There is no singular form. If you want singular form of clothes, refer to the article of clothing you mean, like t-shirt or pants.
No. Clothes is either a collective noun (plural form) or a verb (to clothe).
Nouns that are always plural with no singular form are:newsmathematicsclothes
The plural form of the noun mommy is mommies.The plural possessive form is mommies'.example: The mommies' group meets regularly to exchange outgrown baby clothes and toys.
The noun 'shoe' is a countable noun, the plural form is shoes.A countable noun is a noun that has both a singular and a plural form.An uncountable noun is a singular noun that has no plural form (such as education or oxygen) or a plural noun that has no singular form (such as news or clothes).
The noun laundry as a word for a business is singular. The plural form is laundries.The noun laundry as a word for clothes to be washed is an uncountable noun, and has no plural.
The plural of a cloth or type of cloth is "cloths."The related words are the collective noun clothes and the verb to clothe.
The word clothes is a noun, a common, concrete, plural aggregate noun (aggregate nouns have no singular form); a word for garments, apparel.
There is no plural form. Media is actually the plural form of medium.
The plural form for the personal pronoun 'he' is 'they'.The plural form for the singular 'he' is they.
It has no plural form.
that is the plural form.
Of doesn't have a plural form
Media is the plural form of medium. Therefore, it is in plural form.
Bankers is the plural form. The plural possessive form is bankers'.
Geese is the plural form of goose.
The plural form of mouth is mouths. The plural form of month is months. The Mounth is a range of hills in Scotland and does not have a plural form.
The plural form for the noun form is forms.
The plural form of the noun anniversary is anniversaries.The plural form of the church's anniversary is the church's anniversaries.The plural form of the noun church is churches.The plural possessive form is churches'.The plural form of church's anniversary is the churches' anniversaries.
The plural of scruff is scruffs. As in "he scruffs up his clothes".
"Beliefs" does not have a plural form, as it is already plural. Beliefs is the plural form of belief.
the plural form is Myerses and the plural possessive form is Myerses'