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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “wear”

wear

verb [T] (ON BODY)
在身上
 
 
/weər/ US  /wer/ (wore, worn)
to have clothing, jewellery, etc. on your body
穿(衣服);戴(首飾等)
Tracey is wearing a simple black dress.
特蕾西身著一襲素淨的黑色長裙。
What are you wearing to Caroline's wedding?
卡羅琳的婚禮上你準備穿甚麼?
Some musicians don't like to wear rings when they're playing.
有的音樂家不喜歡在演奏時戴戒指。
He wears glasses for reading.
他閱讀時戴眼鏡。
She wears very little makeup.
她基本上不化妝。
Wearing clothes
to show a particular emotion on your face
流露,面帶(某種表情)
The minister wore a confident smile throughout the interview.
部長在整個採訪過程中都面帶自信的微笑。
Showing and demonstrating
to arrange your hair in a particular way
把(頭髮)梳成(某種髮型)
When she's working she wears her hair in a ponytail.
工作時,她把頭髮梳成一個馬尾辮。
You should wear your hair up (= so that it does not hang down) more often - it suits you.
你應當更常把頭髮梳起來——那很適合你。
Hairdressing
(Definition of wear verb (ON BODY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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