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wear meaning in Italian

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wear [wears] (clothing)
noun
[UK: weə(r)]
[US: ˈwer]

abbigliamentonoun
{m}

wear [wears] (damage)
noun
[UK: weə(r)]
[US: ˈwer]

usuranoun
{f}

wear [wore, worn, wearing, wears] (to have on (clothes))
verb
[UK: weə(r) wɔː(r) wɔːn]
[US: ˈwer ˈwɔːr ˈwɔːrn]

indossareverb

portareverb

wear and tear (damage or depreciation)
noun
[UK: weə(r) ənd ˈtɪə(r)]
[US: ˈwer ænd ˈtɪr]

consumonoun
{m}

logoramentonoun
{m}

usuranoun
{f}

wear away (erode gradually)
verb
[UK: weə(r) ə.ˈweɪ]
[US: ˈwer ə.ˈweɪ]

consumarsiverb

wear out (to become exhausted, tired, fatigued, or weary)
verb
[UK: weə(r) ˈaʊt]
[US: ˈwer ˈaʊt]

stancareverb

wear out (to cause to become damaged, useless, or ineffective through continued use)
verb
[UK: weə(r) ˈaʊt]
[US: ˈwer ˈaʊt]

consumareverb

fare fuoriverb

wear out (to deteriorate or become unusable or ineffective due to continued use, exposure, or strain)
verb
[UK: weə(r) ˈaʊt]
[US: ˈwer ˈaʊt]

deteriorarsiverb

logorareverb

usurarsiverb

wear out (to exhaust; to cause or contribute to another's exhaustion, fatigue, or weariness)
verb
[UK: weə(r) ˈaʊt]
[US: ˈwer ˈaʊt]

esaurireverb

sfinireverb

wear rose-colored glasses (to be excessively optimistic)
verb

guardare con gli occhi di un bambinoverb

guardare con occhi di bambinoverb

wear sackcloth and ashes (to publicly express regret for something done wrong.)
verb

cospargersi il capo di cenereverb

wearable (able to be worn)
adjective
[UK: ˈweə.rəb.l̩]
[US: ˈwe.rəb.l̩]

indossabileadjective

portabileadjective

wearer [wearers] (one who wears)
noun
[UK: ˈweə.rə(r)]
[US: ˈwe.rər]

indossatorenoun
{m}

weary [wearied, wearied, wearying, wearies] (to make weary)
verb
[UK: ˈwɪə.ri]
[US: ˈwɪ.ri]

annoiareverb

annoiarsiverb

far scendere il latte alle ginocchiaverb

tediareverb

weary [wearier, weariest] (expressive of fatigue)
adjective
[UK: ˈwɪə.ri]
[US: ˈwɪ.ri]

spossatoadjective

weary [wearier, weariest] (tired, fatigued)
adjective
[UK: ˈwɪə.ri]
[US: ˈwɪ.ri]

annoiatoadjective

tediatoadjective

weary [wearier, weariest] adjective
[UK: ˈwɪə.ri]
[US: ˈwɪ.ri]

stancoadjective

wearing (intended to be worn)
adjective
[UK: ˈweər.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈwer.ɪŋ]

indossareadjective

footwear (item of clothing that is worn on the foot)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊ.tweə(r)]
[US: ˈfʊ.ˌtwer]

calzaturanoun

swear [swore, sworn, swearing, swears] (to curse, to use offensive language)
verb
[UK: sweə(r) swɔː(r) sweə swɔːn]
[US: ˈswer ˈswɔːr swer ˈswɔːrn]

bestemmiareverb

insultareverb

swear [swore, sworn, swearing, swears] (to take an oath)
verb
[UK: sweə(r) swɔː(r) sweə swɔːn]
[US: ˈswer ˈswɔːr swer ˈswɔːrn]

giurareverb

swear word (impolite or offensive taboo word)
noun

parolaccianoun
{f}

swearer (a person who swears)
noun
[UK: ˈsweə.rə(r)]
[US: ˈsweə.rər]

bestemmiatorenoun
{m}

bestemmiatricenoun
{f}

swearing (the act of making an oath)
noun
[UK: ˈsweər.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈswer.ɪŋ]

giuramentonoun
{m}

Tyne and Wear (county in North East England)
proper noun

Tyne and Wearproper noun
{m}

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