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wore1 US English

Past of wear.

wore2 US English

Past and past participle of wear.

wore in wear1 US English

Have on one’s body or a part of one’s body as clothing, decoration, protection, or for some other purpose

wore in wear2 US English

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

wear on in wear1 US English

Cause weariness or fatigue to

wear off in wear1 US English

Lose effectiveness or intensity

wear something out in wear1 US English

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

wear off US English

Lose effectiveness or intensity

wear something out US English

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

wear1 US English

Withstand continued use or life in a specified way

wear2 US English

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

wear thin in wear1 US English

Be gradually used up or become less convincing or acceptable

wear thin US English

Be gradually used up or become less convincing or acceptable

wear someone/something out in wear1 US English

Exhaust or tire someone or something

wear someone/something out in wear something out US English

Exhaust or tire someone or something

wear someone/something down in wear1 US English

Overcome or exhaust someone or something by persistence

wear someone/something down US English

Overcome or exhaust someone or something by persistence

wear the pants in pants US English

Be the dominant partner in a relationship

wear the pants US English

Be the dominant partner in a relationship

frazzle US English

The state of being completely exhausted or worn out

wear one's heart on one's sleeve in heart US English

Make one’s feelings apparent

wear one's heart on one's sleeve US English

Make one’s feelings apparent

wore English-Spanish

→ wear 2, wear 3

he wore a frown in frown English-Spanish

tenía el ceño fruncido

the day wore on in wear English-Spanish

seguían pasando las horas

the day wore on in wear on English-Spanish

seguían pasando las horas

he wore an eyepatch in eyepatch English-Spanish

llevaba un parche en el ojo

as the months wore on in wear English-Spanish

a medida que iban pasando los meses

as the months wore on in wear on English-Spanish

a medida que iban pasando los meses

I wore down his defenses in defense English-Spanish

conseguí que bajara la guardia

she wore red to great effect in effect English-Spanish

causó sensación vestida de rojo

he wore his hair greased back in grease English-Spanish

llevaba el pelo peinado hacia atrás con brillantina

she wore her hair pinned up in pin English-Spanish

llevaba el pelo recogido (con horquillas

she wore her hat at an angle in angle English-Spanish

llevaba el sombrero ladeado

I wore a skirt and matching jacket in match English-Spanish

me puse una falda y una chaqueta haciendo juego

she wore a diamond drop in each ear in drop English-Spanish

llevaba unos pendientes de brillantes en forma de lágrima

she wore the shirt open at the neck in open English-Spanish

llevaba la camisa con el cuello abierto

she wore the hat at a rakish angle in rakish English-Spanish

llevaba el sombrero ladeado con gracia

tempers frayed as the meeting wore on in temper English-Spanish

los ánimos se fueron caldeando a medida que la reunión se prolongaba

he wore his coat slung over his shoulders in sling English-Spanish

llevaba el abrigo echado por encima de los hombros

he wore his hair sleeked back with brilliantine in sleek English-Spanish

se peinaba hacia atrás con brillantina

he wore an array of cheap baubles on his fingers in bauble English-Spanish

llevaba un montón de bisutería barata en los dedos

my friends gave me the business when I wore my new dress in business English-Spanish

mis amigos me tomaron el pelo cuando me puse el vestido nuevo


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