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Translation of "wear" - English-Polish dictionary

wear

verb     /weər/ ( past tense wore, past participle worn)
DRESS [T]
A1 to have a piece of clothing, jewellery, etc on your body nosić, mieć na sobie I wear jeans a lot of the time. She wears glasses. I don't usually wear make-up for work.Wearing clothes
FACE [T]
to show a particular emotion on your face. mieć na twarzy He was wearing a smile/frown.Expressing and showing feelings
HAIR [T]
to arrange or grow your hair in a particular way czesać, nosić She usually wears her hair in a ponytail.Hairstyles
SPOIL [I, T]
to become thin and damaged after being used a lot, or to make this happen przecierać (się), zużywać (się) The carpet is already starting to wear in places. He keeps wearing holes in his socks. →  See also wear thin Becoming and making less strongDeteriorating and making worse
(Definition of wear verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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