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wear1 Inglés británico e internacional

Have (something) on one’s body as clothing, decoration, or protection

wear2 Inglés británico e internacional

Bring (a ship) about by turning its head away from the wind

wear Tesauro Inglés

he was wearing a dark green suit

Wear New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

river of northern England

wear on Inglés británico e internacional

(Of a period of time) pass, especially slowly or tediously

wear thin Inglés británico e internacional

Be gradually used up or become less convincing or acceptable

wear off Inglés británico e internacional

Lose effectiveness or intensity

casual wear Inglés británico e internacional

Articles of clothing suitable for informal occasions or situations

evening wear Inglés británico e internacional

Clothing, especially for women, that is suitable for formal social occasions

wear-resistant Inglés británico e internacional

(Of a surface or material) not easily damaged by friction or use

ready-to-wear Inglés británico e internacional

(Of clothes) made for the general market and sold through shops rather than made to order for an individual customer

Tyne and Wear Inglés británico e internacional

A former metropolitan county of NE England

wash-and-wear Inglés británico e internacional

(Of a garment or fabric) easily washed, drying quickly, and not needing to be ironed

wear something out Inglés británico e internacional

Use or be used until no longer in good condition or working order

ready-to-wear New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(of garment) not made to measure

Tyne and Wear New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

former metropolitan county of NE England

wear the trousers Inglés británico e internacional

Be the dominant partner in a relationship

the worse for wear Inglés británico e internacional

In a poor condition; worn or shabby

wear someone/thing out Inglés británico e internacional

Exhaust or tire someone or something

wear someone/thing down Inglés británico e internacional

Overcome someone or something by persistence

wear on in wear1 Inglés británico e internacional

(Of a period of time) pass, especially slowly or tediously

if the cap fits, wear it Inglés británico e internacional

Used as a way of suggesting that someone should accept a generalized remark or criticism as applying to themselves

wear oneself to a shadow Inglés británico e internacional

Completely exhaust oneself through overwork

wear thin in wear1 Inglés británico e internacional

Be gradually used up or become less convincing or acceptable

wear off in wear1 Inglés británico e internacional

Lose effectiveness or intensity

wear something out in wear1 Inglés británico e internacional

Use or be used until no longer in good condition or working order

frazzle Inglés británico e internacional

The state of being completely exhausted

skiwear Inglés británico e internacional

Clothing suitable for wearing while skiing

wear someone/thing out in wear1 Inglés británico e internacional

Exhaust or tire someone or something

workwear Inglés británico e internacional

Heavy-duty clothes for physical or manual work

wear someone/thing down in wear1 Inglés británico e internacional

Overcome someone or something by persistence

formalwear Inglés británico e internacional

Clothing, such as tuxedos and evening gowns, for formal social occasions

leisurewear Inglés británico e internacional

Casual clothes designed to be worn for leisure activities

wear off in wear Tesauro Inglés

the novelty soon wore off

wear on in wear Tesauro Inglés

as the afternoon wore on he began to look unhappy

wear out in wear Tesauro Inglés

a cheap bed will wear out faster than a quality one

wear the trousers in trousers Inglés británico e internacional

Be the dominant partner in a relationship

the worse for wear in worse Inglés británico e internacional

In a poor condition; worn or shabby

wear oneself to a shadow in shadow Inglés británico e internacional

Completely exhaust oneself through overwork

if the cap fits, wear it in cap1 Inglés británico e internacional

Used as a way of suggesting that someone should accept a generalized remark or criticism as applying to themselves


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