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wear and tearnoun [U]

 /weər ən ˈteər/
the ​damage that comes from ​ordinary use: Most ​tires will last for four ​years with ​normal wear and tear.
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wear and tearnoun [U]

uk   us   INSURANCE
the ​damage that ​happens to an ​object in ordinary use during a ​period of ​time: The ​insurer will ​reduce any ​payout to take into ​accountwear and tear of the ​item.general/normal wear and tear The ​airline will not ​acceptliability for ​minordamage to the outside of ​luggage caused by ​normalwear and tear.wear and tear on sth The ​fuel additive ​reduceswear and tear on ​carengines.
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Traducciones de “wear and tear”
en árabe تَمَزّق بِالاستِعمال…
en coreano 마모…
en portugués desgaste…
en catalán desgast…
en japonés 消耗, いたみ…
en chino (simplificado) (一定时期内的)磨损,损耗…
en chino (tradicionál) (一定時期內的)磨損,損耗…
en italiano usura, logorio…
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