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wearable

adjective uk   /ˈweə.rə.bl̩/ us    /ˈwer.ə-/
Clothes that are wearable are easy to wear because they are comfortable, acceptable in most social situations, and look attractive in combination with other clothes: Unlike a lot of women's fashion magazines, it features clothes that are both affordable and wearable. Wearable technology consists of things that can be worn, such as clothing or glasses, that contain computer technology or have the ability to connect to the internet: Wearable technology such as "smart clothes" can be used to monitor heart rate.
Translations of “wearable”
in Chinese (Traditional) (服飾)舒適的,實用的,適宜穿戴的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (服饰)舒适的,实用的,适宜穿戴的…
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