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Vestirse Preterite Tense

Learn to discuss dressing oneself in Spanish with the Preterite Tense of the reflexive verb vestirse. Our comprehensive page includes a detailed conjugation chart, engaging verb games, and sentences featuring vestirse. Enhance your daily conversations by expressing how to get dressed or change clothes. Explore more Spanish verbs at Spanish conjugation. Refine your vestirse conjugation skills on our vestirse conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to get dressed

Verb Chart: Vestirse Preterite Tense


me vestí

I got dressed


nos vestimos

we got dressed

(Juana, Juan)

te vestiste

you got dressed


(informal Spain)

os vestisteis

you all got dressed


(Sra./Dr. García)

se vistió

he/she/you got dressed


se vistieron

they/you all got dressed

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Preterite Tense

Vestirse Preterite Sentence Examples

1. Ayer me vestí rápidamente para llegar a tiempo al trabajo.
Yesterday, I got dressed quickly to arrive on time at work.
2. ¿Te vestiste elegante para la cena de gala?
Did you dress up for the gala dinner?
3. Él se vistió de forma casual para la reunión.
He dressed casually for the meeting.
4. Ella se vistió con su traje de baño para ir a la playa.
She dressed in her swimsuit to go to the beach.
5. ¿Se vistió Ud. con el uniforme del equipo para el partido?
Did you dress in the team uniform for the game?
6. Nosotros nos vestimos con ropa abrigada para el viaje a la montaña.
We dressed in warm clothing for the trip to the mountains.
7. ¿Se vistieron ellos de superhéroes para la fiesta de disfraces?
Did they dress up as superheroes for the costume party?
8. Las chicas se vistieron con sus mejores vestidos para la ceremonia.
The girls dressed in their best dresses for the ceremony.
9. ¿Se vistieron Uds. de manera formal para la entrevista?
Did you all dress formally for the interview?
10. Vosotros os vestisteis rápidamente para no llegar tarde al cine.
You all (Spain) dressed quickly to not be late for the movies.