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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To carry or have on the person as covering, adornment, or protection: wearing a jacket; must wear a seat belt.
- verb-transitive: To carry or have habitually on the person, especially as an aid: wears glasses.
- verb-transitive: To display in one's appearance: always wears a smile.
- verb-transitive: To bear, carry, or maintain in a particular manner: wears her hair long.
- verb-transitive: To fly or display (colors). Used of a ship, jockey, or knight.
- verb-transitive: To damage, diminish, erode, or consume by long or hard use, attrition, or exposure. Often used with away, down, or off: rocks worn away by the sea; shoes worn down at the heels.
- verb-transitive: To produce by constant use, attrition, or exposure: eventually wore hollows in the stone steps.
- verb-transitive: To bring to a specified condition by long use or attrition: wore the clothes to rags; pebbles worn smooth.
- verb-transitive: To fatigue, weary, or exhaust: Your incessant criticism has worn my patience.
- verb-transitive: Nautical To make (a sailing ship) come about with the wind aft.
- verb-intransitive: To last under continual or hard use: a fabric that will wear.
- verb-intransitive: To last through the passage of time: a friendship that wears well.
- verb-intransitive: To break down or diminish through use or attrition: The rear tires began to wear.
- verb-intransitive: To pass gradually or tediously: The hours wore on.
- verb-intransitive: Nautical To come about with stern to windward.
- noun: The act of wearing or the state of being worn; use: The coat has had heavy wear.
- noun: Clothing, especially of a particular kind or for a particular use. Often used in combination: rainwear; footwear.
- noun: Gradual impairment or diminution resulting from use or attrition.
- noun: The ability to withstand impairment from use or attrition: The engine has plenty of wear left.
- phrasal-verb: wear down To break down or exhaust by relentless pressure or resistance.
- phrasal-verb: wear off To diminish gradually in effect: The drug wore off.
- phrasal-verb: wear out To make or become unusable through long or heavy use.
- phrasal-verb: wear out To use up or consume gradually.
- phrasal-verb: wear out To exhaust; tire.
- phrasal-verb: wear out Chiefly Southern U.S. To punish by spanking.
- idiom: pants Informal To exercise controlling authority in a household.
- idiom: wear thin To be weakened or eroded gradually: Her patience is wearing thin.
- idiom: wear thin To become less convincing, acceptable, or popular, as through repeated use: excuses that are wearing thin.