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wearverbuk/weər/ us/wer/ wore, worn

wear verb ON BODY

A1 [ T ] to have clothing, jewellery, etc. on your body穿(衣服);戴(首饰等)

Tracey is wearing a simple black dress.特蕾西身着一袭素净的黑色长裙。
What are you wearing to Caroline's wedding?卡罗琳的婚礼上你准备穿什么?
Some musicians don't like to wear rings when they're playing.有的音乐家不喜欢在演奏时戴戒指。
He wears glasses for reading.他阅读时戴眼镜。
She wears very little make-up.她基本上不化妆。

C2 [ T ] to show a particular emotion on your face流露,面带(某种表情)

The politician wore a confident smile throughout the interview.这位政治家在整个采访过程中都面带自信的微笑。

B2 [ T ] to arrange your hair in a particular way把(头发)梳成(某种发型)

When she's working she wears her hair in a ponytail.工作时,她把头发梳成一个马尾辫。
You should wear your hair up (= so that it does not hang down) more often - it suits you.你应当更多地把头发梳起来——那很适合你。

More examples

I have a suit but I only wear it on special occasions.

She wears a lot of bright colours.

She wore an elegant dove-grey jacket.

He was wearing an earring in his left ear.

I wish I'd worn something cooler - I'm boiling.

wear verb WEAKEN

[ I ] to become weaker, damaged, or thinner because of continuous use磨损;耗损;用旧

I really like this shirt but it's starting to wear at the collar.我非常喜欢这件衬衫,但是它的领子已经有些磨破了。
The wheel bearings have worn over the years, which is what's causing the noise.轮子的轴承多年来已经磨损,这就是产生噪声的原因。

[ T usually + adv/prep ] to produce something such as a hole or loss of material by continuous use, rubbing, or movement磨破;磨出(洞等)

I always seem to wear a hole in the left elbow of my sweaters.我似乎老是会把毛线衫的左肘处磨出洞来。
Over many years, flowing water wore deep grooves into the rock.多年之后,流水在岩石上冲刷出一道道深深的凹槽。
Wind and water slowly wore down the mountain's jagged edges.风和水慢慢地磨平了这座山的棱角。

wear verb ALLOW

[ T ] UK old-fashioned informal to allow or accept something允许;接受

I'd ask my boss for some time off but I don't think she'd wear it.我想向老板请一段时间的假,但我觉得她可能不会批准。

wear noun [ U ] CLOTHES

also wear clothes suitable for a particular use or clothes of a particular type(有某种特定用途或某一类型的)衣服

casual wear便装
leisure wear休闲服

wear noun [ U ] USE

the amount or type of use an object has had or can be expected to have, especially before showing damage耐用性,经久性

I've had a lot of wear out of these boots - I've had them for five years.这双靴子我穿了很久——都有5年了。
I've only worn the shirt a couple of times and it's already showing signs of wear (= damage).那件衬衫我只穿了几次就开始显得有些破旧了。


1use as clothing穿着ADJECTIVE | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADJECTIVEdaily, everyday, weekend日常穿着;週末裝束summer, winter夏裝;冬裝PREPOSITIONwith wear隨着穿用New shoes get more comfortable with wear.新鞋越穿越舒服。PHRASESyears of wear多年穿用This is a quality garment which should give years of wear.這件衣服質量好,應該能穿好幾年。


2clothes衣服ADJECTIVEday, evening日裝;晚裝designer, fashion設計師品牌服裝;時裝casual, leisure, outdoor, sports (usually sportswear) (= casual clothes) (NAmE) , street便裝;休閒裝;戶外裝;街頭服飾business職業裝formal正裝bridal, maternity新娘裝;孕婦裝active (NAmE) , athletic (NAmE) , sports (usually sportswear) (= clothes for sports) (BrE) , workout (NAmE) 運動裝;健身服children's, men's, women's童裝;男裝;女裝


3long use長期使用ADJECTIVE | VERB + WEAR | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADJECTIVEhard, heavy大量的使用VERB + WEARwithstand耐用This flooring can withstand years of hard wear.這種地板經得起多年的高強度使用。PREPOSITIONwith wear由於使用而⋯The stairs had become slippery with wear.樓梯已經磨損得發滑了。PHRASEScenturies, years, etc. of wear幾個世紀、幾年等的使用The cathedral steps were polished smooth by centuries of wear.大教堂的台階經過幾個世紀的使用已磨得平滑了。


4damage caused by long use磨損ADJECTIVE | VERB + WEAR | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADJECTIVEexcessive過度磨損brake, engine, tyre/tire, etc.剎車、發動機、輪胎等的磨損VERB + WEARshow顯出磨損跡象The cushions were beginning to show wear.墊子已開始顯出磨損痕跡。cause導致磨損minimize, reduce使磨損最小化;減少磨損prevent防止磨損PREPOSITIONwear on對⋯的磨損This new oil reduces wear on the pump.這種新機油能減少對泵的磨損。PHRASESsigns of wear, wear and tear磨損的痕跡;磨損


1have a piece of clothing on穿着ADVERB | VERB + WEAR ADVERBproudly自豪地穿着They came in, proudly wearing their uniforms.他們自豪地穿着制服進來了。comfortably穿着舒適VERB + WEARtend to喜歡穿I tend to wear a jacket to work.我喜歡穿夾克上班。prefer to更喜歡穿Hannah preferred to wear her hair short.漢娜更喜歡留短髮。choose to, intend to, opt to選擇穿;打算穿I will probably choose to wear jeans.我可能會選擇穿牛仔褲。dare to敢穿the first time that I had ever dared to wear something like this第一次我敢於穿這種衣服refuse to拒絕穿She refused to wear prison clothes.她不肯穿囚服。forget to忘記穿He had forgotten to wear his gloves.他忘了戴手套。forbid sb to禁止某人穿be entitled to有資格穿戴He is entitled to wear the regimental tie.他有資格戴專用的英式斜紋領帶。


2last for a long time耐用ADVERBbadly, well不耐用;耐用Those curtains have worn very well.那些窗簾非常耐用。
wear noun


wear ♦︎ put sth on ♦︎ dress ♦︎ get dressed ♦︎ have (got) sth on ♦︎ changeThese words all mean to have or put clothes on your body. 这些词均表示穿着、穿上。PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS 句型和搭配to wear / put on / have on a coat / jacket / suit / hatto wear / put on / have on a ring / badge / watchto wear / put on / have on your glassesto wear / put on / have on make-up / lipstick wear (wore, worn) [transitive] to have sth on your body as a piece of clothing, ornament, etc. 穿;戴Do I have to wear a tie?我得系领带吗?Was he wearing a seat belt?他系着座椅安全带吗?She always wears black (= black clothes).她总是穿黑色衣服。 ˌput sth ˈon

phrasal verb

(putting, put, put)to start wearing a piece of clothing, ornament, etc. 穿上;戴上Hurry up! Put your coat on.快点!把外衣穿上。She's just putting on her make-up.她正化妆呢。 OPP take sth off take sth off
dress [intransitive, transitive] to put clothes on yourself/sb; to wear a particular type or style of clothes; to put on formal clothes 穿衣服;给(某人)穿衣;穿⋯的服装;穿正式服装I dressed quickly.我迅速穿好衣服。She dressed herself and the children in their best clothes.她给自己和孩子们都穿上了最好的衣服。to dress well / badly / fashionably / comfortably穿得好/不好/时髦/舒适You should dress for cold weather today.你今天要穿防寒的衣服。She always dressed entirely in black.她一向全身黑色装束。To dress up is to wear clothes that are more formal than those you usually wear, or to put on special clothes, especially to pretend to be sb/sth different. * dress up指穿上较平时正式的衣服,或穿上特别的衣服,尤指装扮成其他的人或物There's no need to dress up-come as you are.不必特意打扮,就这样来就行。The kids love dressing up.孩子们喜欢装扮成别人玩儿。The boys were all dressed up as pirates.男孩子都装扮成了海盗。To dress down is to wear clothes that are more informal than those you usually wear, for example in an office. * dress down指在办公室等场合穿上较平时随便的衣服Everyone dresses down on Fridays.周五所有人衣着都很随便。 OPP undress take sth off ˌget ˈdressed


(getting, got, got; NAmE spoken getting, got, gotten)to put all your clothes on 穿上衣服Get up and get dressed!起来穿上衣服!You get dressed when you get up in the morning, or when you have not been wearing any clothes, for example because you have just taken a shower. If you are just taking off one set of clothes and putting on different clothes, use change or get changed. * get dressed指早上起床后或裸身(如沐浴后)穿上衣服。更衣用change或get changed。 OPP get undressed take sth off
ˌhave sth ˈon ( ˌhave got sth ˈon)

phrasal verb

(has, had, had) (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) to be wearing sth 穿着⋯She had a red jacket on.她穿了件红夹克。He had nothing (= no clothes) on.他什么都没穿。
change [intransitive, transitive] to put on different or clean clothes 换衣服;更衣I went into the bedroom to change.我走进卧室更衣。She changed into her swimsuit.她换上了游泳衣。You need to change out of those wet things.你需要把那些湿衣服换掉。 (especially BrE) I didn't have time to get changed before the party.聚会前我没来得及换衣服。 (especially NAmE) I didn't have time to change clothes before the party.聚会前我没来得及换衣服。

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