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wearableadjective

uk   /ˈweə.rə.bl̩/  us   /ˈwer.ə-/
Clothes that are wearable are ​easy to ​wear because they are ​comfortable, ​acceptable in most ​socialsituations, and ​lookattractive in ​combination with other ​clothes: Unlike a lot of women's ​fashionmagazines, it ​featuresclothes that are both ​affordable and wearable. Wearable ​technology consists of things that can be ​worn, such as ​clothing or ​glasses, that ​containcomputertechnology or have the ​ability to ​connect to the internet: Wearable ​technology such as "​smartclothes" can be used to ​monitorheartrate.
(Definition of wearable from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “wearable”
in Chinese (Simplified) (服饰)舒适的,实用的,适宜穿戴的…
in Chinese (Traditional) (服飾)舒適的,實用的,適宜穿戴的…
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