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NOUN   wear | -
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VERB  to wear | wore | worn ... 
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SYNO   to wear | to wear down | to wear off ... 
textile porter qc. [vêtement]
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to wear sth. [clothing]
Nouns
usure {f}wear
usure {f} par frottementwear [damage]
2 Words: Verbs
avoir des œillères [fig.]to wear blinkers [fig.]
se calmer [douleur, mal]to wear off
se dissiper [fatigue]to wear off
avoir qn. à l'usure [fam.]to wear sb. down [coll.] [fig.]
abrutir qn. [chaleur]to wear sb. out
crever qn. [travail, chaleur]to wear sb. out
épuiser qn.to wear sb. out
esquinter qn.to wear sb. out
fatiguer qn. [ennuyer]to wear sb. out
avoir qn. à l'usure [fam.]to wear sb. out
mettre qn. sur les genouxto wear sb. out
miner qn./qc. [fig.] [saper]to wear sb./sth. away [fig.]
user qn./qc. [épuiser]to wear sb./sth. down [exhaust, fray]
miner qn./qc. [fig.] [saper]to wear sb./sth. down [fig.]
user qn./qc. [épuiser]to wear sb./sth. out [exhaust, fray]
vêt. reporter qc. [vêtement, chapeau]to wear sth. again
tech. fatiguer qc. [moteur]to wear sth. out
élimer qc. [col, tissu]to wear sth. thin [collar, cloth]
se lasserto wear thin [fig.] [e.g. patience]
vêt. se trouer [pantalon]to wear through
résister à l'usureto wear well
2 Words: Nouns
vêt. vêtements {m.pl} sportcasual wear
vêt. tenue {f} de soirée [habits élégants]evening wear
vêt. tenue {f} de soirée [habits élégants]formal wear
sport vêt. vêtements {m.pl} de sportsports wear
vêt. vêtements {m.pl} de femmeswomen's wear
3 Words: Others
comm. vêt. de confection {adj}ready-to-wear
comm. vêt. de prêt-à-porter {adj}ready-to-wear
3 Words: Verbs
audio porter un microto wear a microphone
se voiler [personne]to wear a veil
se crever [fam.]to wear oneself out
se fatiguerto wear oneself out
se miner [fam.]to wear oneself out
vêt. s'habiller courtto wear short skirts
porter deux casquettes [fig.] [fam.]to wear two hats [fig.] [coll.] [to have two responsibilities]
3 Words: Nouns
comm. vêt. prêt-à-porter {m}ready-to-wear
matériel tech. signe {m} d'usuresign of wear
marques {f.pl} d'usuresigns of wear
géogr. pol. Tyne and Wear {m} [comté d'Angleterre]Tyne and Wear
tech. fatigue {f} [mécanique]wear and tear
usure {f} [détérioration]wear and tear
4 Words: Verbs
résister à l'usureto stand up to wear
s'épuiser à faire qc.to wear oneself out doing sth.
s'esquinter à faire qc.to wear oneself out doing sth.
se crever à faire qc. [fam.]to wear oneself out doing sth.
porter qc. en breloqueto wear sth. on a bracelet
vêt. ceinturer qc. [porter avec une ceinture]to wear sth. with a belt
4 Words: Nouns
méd. obligation {f} de port du masqueobligation to wear masks
5+ Words: Others
auto fatigué {adj} [moteur, voiture]suffering from wear and tear
5+ Words: Verbs
être épuiséto be somewhat the worse for wear [tired]
être abîmé [chose]to look the worse for wear [damaged]
vêt. être mal chausséto not wear the right shoes
vêt. porter un costard-cravate [fam.]to wear a suit and tie
avoir un chignonto wear one's hair in a bun
avoir le cœur sur les lèvres [parler sans déguisement]to wear one's heart on one's sleeve
s'escrimer à faire qc.to wear oneself out trying to do sth.
s'abrutir de travailto wear oneself out with work
vêt. battre le pavéto wear out one's shoe leather
user ses fonds de culottes [fam.] [loc.]to wear out the seat of one's pants [coll.] [idiom]
météo. vêt. porter des vêtements de saisonto wear the right clothes for the time of year
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