In the dictionary
dress [intransitive, transitive]: to put clothes on yourself/somebody
dress (in something) I dressed quickly.
dress somebody (in something) She dressed the children in their best clothes.
Get up and get dressed!
The children spend hours dressing and undressing their dolls.
to dress yourself in something
Hurry up! Put your coat on!
Is it correct to say "dress the teddy bear in the glasses" or "put the glasses on the teddy bear"?
But I couldn't find sentences "dress somebody (her/him...) in the glasses" on the internet but I found a lot of sentences "put the glasses on somebody (him/her...)"
But the dictionary only says "put something on" or "put on something" (eg, put my clothes on / put on my clothes) but not "put something on somebody" (eg, put the clothes on him)