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wear (n):
the act of having on your person as a covering or adornment
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she bought it for everyday wear
Related Words: ing
wear (n):
a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
Related Words: clothingvesture
wear (n):
impairment resulting from long use
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the tires showed uneven wear
wear (v):
have or show an appearance of
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wear one's hair in a certain way
wear (v):
have on one's person
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He wore a red ribbon.
bear a scar
wear (v):
put clothing on one's body
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What should I wear today?
He put on his best suit for the wedding.
The princess donned a long blue dress.
The queen assumed the stately robes.
He got into his jeans
wear (v):
be dressed in
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She was wearing yellow that day
wear (v):
exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress
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We wore ourselves out on this hike
Related Words: fatiguejadetire
wear (v):
deteriorate through use or stress
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The constant friction wore out the cloth
wear (v):
go to pieces
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The lawn mower finally broke.
The gears wore out.
The old chair finally fell apart completely

Related Words: break
wear (v):
have in one's aspect; wear an expression of one's attitude or personality
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He always wears a smile
wear (v):
last and be usable
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This dress wore well for almost ten years
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Out of sight, out of mind

Gözden ırak olan gönülden de ırak olur.
You will soon forget friends you do not meet or keep in contact with.


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