wear verb (ON BODY) translation to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "wear" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


verb [T] (ON BODY)
/weər/ US  /wer/ (wore, worn)
to have clothing, jewellery, etc. on your body
Tracey is wearing a simple black dress.
What are you wearing to Caroline's wedding?
Some musicians don't like to wear rings when they're playing.
He wears glasses for reading.
She wears very little makeup.
Wearing clothes
to show a particular emotion on your face
The minister wore a confident smile throughout the interview.
Showing and demonstrating
to arrange your hair in a particular way
When she's working she wears her hair in a ponytail.
You should wear your hair up (= so that it does not hang down) more often - it suits you.
(Definition of wear verb (ON BODY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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