Cloth is material made from wool, cotton etc, used for making clothes, curtains, soft furnishings and so on. (In informal English, it is
more common to say material or fabric.)
- His suits were made of the most expensive cloth.
A cloth is a piece of material used for cleaning, covering things etc.
- Could you pass me a cloth? I’ve spilt some milk on the floor.
Clothes are things you wear: skirt, trousers ete. Clothes has no singular; instead of
a clothe, we say something to wear or an article / a
piece of clothing.
- I must buy some new clothes; I haven’t got anything to wear.