- 面露，面带， 面有...色
- 穿戴的东西， 佩带物
- 穿旧， 穿坏
- [U] 穿着,戴着,佩戴着 wearing or being worn as clothing
- [U] 穿戴的衣物 things for wearing; clothing
- [U] 使用,用坏 (damage or loss of quality caused by) use
- [U] 耐用性 capacity for continuing to be used
- vt. & vi. 穿着,戴着; 蓄,留,搽 be dressed habitually or on some occasion in
- vt. & vi. 呈现; 显出 show in one's appearance; have a type of look
- vt. & vi. 磨损,变旧,用坏,穿旧 be reduced, weakened, or damaged by continued use, rubbing, etc.
- vt. 磨成,擦成; 因不断使用而造成 produce by wear, use, rubbing, etc.
- vt. & vi. 保持某种状态 last in the stated condition
- vt. 同意,接受 allow or find acceptable
impairment resulting from long use;
"the tires showed uneven wear"
a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
the act of having on your person as a covering or adornment;
"she bought it for everyday wear"
be dressed in;
"She was wearing yellow that day"
have on one's person;
"He wore a red ribbon"
"bear a scar"
have in one's aspect; wear an expression of one's attitude or personality;
"He always wears a smile"
deteriorate through use or stress;
"The constant friction wore out the cloth"
have or show an appearance of;
"wear one's hair in a certain way"
last and be usable;
"This dress wore well for almost ten years"
go to pieces;
"The lawn mower finally broke"
"The gears wore out"
"The old chair finally fell apart completely"
exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress;
"We wore ourselves out on this hike"
put clothing on one's body;
"What should I wear today?"
"He put on his best suit for the wedding"
"The princess donned a long blue dress"
"The queen assumed the stately robes"
"He got into his jeans"
- The inscription on the stone had worn away.
- Machines soon wear out under rough usage.
- It was a freak of mine to wear pink pajamas.
- All visitors to the site must wear safety helmet.
- She never wears green.
- She was worn down by overwork.
- The insurance policy does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear.
- The carpet will stand any amount of wear.
- Nowadays sportswear isn't only for the gym, it has become popular as informal weekend wear.
- The carpet will stand any amount of wear.
- Cotton is suitable for wear in summer.
- My coat has been many years in wear.
- This suit only had a year's wear before it wore out.
- I want a light suit of wear in a hot country.
- Those shoes don't look as though they'll survive much wear.
- The shop sells children's wear.
- Children's wear is down at the other end.
- Do you sell men's wear here?
- The store has the best selection of beach wear in town.
- Clothing for summer wear is being shown in the shops.
- These shoes I bought last week are already showing signs of wear.
- You can see the wear on the corner of the rug.
- The carpet gets very heavy wear.
- Don't you know needle wear leads to record wear?
- There is still a lot of wear left in that old coat.
- There's a lot of wear in these tyres.
- This coat wears better than any I've had.
- You will find that this colour won't wear.
- The table cloth will soon wear.
- I liked this shirt, but the collar has worn.
- That was a friendship that did not wear.
- Considering his age, he has worn well.
- These modern concrete buildings have worn badly.
- The stone steps have worn smooth.
- The carpet is wearing thin.
- My patience is beginning to wear very thin.
- Our friendship was already wearing thinner.
- Don't you think that joke's wearing a bit thin.
- The stock of that fund began to wear low.
- He wears an army uniform.
- He always wears an old overcoat.
- She wears black clothes since her husband died.
- Many of them wore colourful national costumes.
- She was still wearing her thick coat.
- She wore black shoes.
- You'd better wear a hat today.
- The fisherman was wearing a straw hat and had a strip of oil cloth round his middle.
- The short lady wore a white shawl over her shoulder.
- The police wore his badge proudly.
- She was wearing a gold ring.
- Is it compulsory to wear seat belts when you're driving?
- Some of the girls wore ribbons in their hair.
- He wore a pearl pin stuck in his black tie.
- An operator wearing earphone was sitting in the telephone exchange.
- He wore dark glasses to protect his eyes from the strong sunlight.
- The man wears wig.
- Does he wear a beard?
- She wore braids which hung beside her ears.
- That evening the children wore lipstick and rouge, they looked like dolls.
- She was wearing a pleasant smile.
- Her face wore a look of mischief.
- He wore an extraordinarily solemn expression.
- He wore an expression such as I had never seen before.
- Mr. Ben's face wore rather a puzzled expression.
- She wore an angry frown.
- Sometimes he wears his heart on his sleeve.
- Stanley was wearing his heart on his sleave in his latest book.
- The town wears an empty look.
- The house wore a neglected look.
- The building wore a dilapidated look.
- The house wore an air of sadness.
- The well-kept buildings here still wears an ancient gravity.
- I wear an overcoat to rags.
- Walking wore a hole in my shoes.
- You've worn a hole in your sock.
- The villagers had worn a path through the fields.
- The water had worn a channel in the rock.
- This is a good idea, but I don't think he will wear it.
- He wanted to sail the boat alone but his parents wouldn't wear it.
- Who wears the trousers in your house— you or your wife?
- His trousers had been worn into holes.
- The broom has been worn to the stump.
- The steps have been worn by the tread of many feet.
- In time a path was worn across the fields.
- Many women wear their hair short nowadays.
- He wore his beard short.
- I've worn the seat of this skirt thin.
- The stream wore the stones smooth.
- The coat is worn threadbare.
- The church steps had been worn smooth by the feet of the people who came to pray.
- The stones had been worn smooth by the constant flow of water.
- wear and tear
劳累,劳顿 tiredHe came out all that wear and tear.他的身体垮了。
- wear away( v.+adv. )
消逝; 衰退 (time, etc.) pass; (vigour, etc.) fade away
This staircase is so old that some of the steps have almost worn away.
The hand of the door is wearing away.
The stonework has worn away in places.
The grass has worn away from the path near the house.
那栋房子附近小道上的草已被踏光了。wear sth ⇔ away
The feet of thousands of visitors have worn away the steps.
Over the centuries, the sea has worn away the rocks.
Water can wear away rocks after a long time, even though the rock is harder.
The letters on this gravestone have been worn away with time.
The year is wearing away.
Time wore away.
The long winter night was wearing away.
So the evening wore away, and he went to bed.
She is slowly wearing away; she can't last long.
He could feel the pain again as the medicine wore away.
My patience has been worn away.
- wear down( v.+adv. )
驳倒 defeat (sb or an argument) in speaking
The heels of my shoes have worn down.
My shoes have worn down a lot since I started walking so much.
These rubbers won't wear down easily.
It is a wonder that our teeth are so durable; they never seem to wear down.
我们的牙齿怎么会如此结实,它们好像不会磨短。wear sth ⇔ down
I have worn down the point of the pencil.
The constant rubbing wore down the surface of the stone.
Wind and rain have worn the monument down.
The soles of my shoes are already worn down.
My shoes are badly worn down at the heels.
You must buy a new tyre, this one has been worn right down.
The steps have been worn down over the years by all those passing feet.
His will is wearing down under the pressure.
His defences will wear down after a few weeks in prison.
让他在监狱蹲上几个星期,他的抗拒便会减弱。wear sb/sth ⇔ down
Months of illness wore her down.
The hectic rush of my daily work is wearing me down.
Looking after high-spirited children can soon wear a person down.
Our endless gunfire will soon wear the enemies down, so that they will yield.
His constant talking wears me down.
He returned from the tropics and was worn down by fever.
She was worn down by overwork.
Overworked, he was worn down by the time he reached 40.
His strength has been worn down by illness.
由于生病,他的体力削弱了。wear sb/sth ⇔ down
She knew if she put some pressure on her boyfriend, she would soon wear him down.
After reasoning with him all afternoon, we finally wore down his opposition.
He was sure he would eventually wear down her objections to marrying him.
He was finally worn down and let her have the book.
他最后终于被说服,把书给了她。wear sb/sth ⇔ down
Our speaker will soon wear the other speaker down, never fear.
We wore down their opposition after several hours' argument.
- wear off( v.+adv. )
逐渐减弱,逐渐消失 diminish gradually in effect
The brightness of the paint has worn off a little.
I bought those new plates cheaply, and the pretty rose pattern has worn off already!
我买的那些新盘子倒是便宜,不过那美丽的玫瑰花花纹已经磨掉了!wear sth ⇔ off
These rough roads soon wear the tread of motorcycle tyres off.
The dishwasher has worn the glaze off the china.
The nap of the coat has been worn off.
The effects of the drug began to wear off.
Now that you have taken a pill your headache will soon wear off.
He could feel the wound aching again as the effect of the medicine wore off.
The pain is wearing off.
The smell of the new paint will wear off in about a week.
His displeasure wore off.
As she got to know people better her shyness wore off.
The affection between them has worn off, leaving only a sad memory of endless quarrels.
- wear on1( v.+adv. )
使恼火,使紧张,使疲倦 make irritate, rub, fray, tire
Time wears on more slowly when you are not interested.
The hours wore on; night came.
As the afternoon wore on,I found it more and more difficult to keep awake.
Winter wore on slowly as she waited for his return.
As October wore on, the garden lost its fresh colors, and birds quieted down.10
As the evening wore on, she became more and more nervous.
It will probably get warmer as the day wears on.
As the years wore on, the man in prison grew old.
年复一年过去了,狱中的人也变老了。wear sth ⇔ on
The meeting wore on all afternoon.
The battle wore on through the night.
战斗持续了一整夜。wear sb ⇔ on
The noise was wearing on him.
- wear on2〔upon〕( v.+prep. )
穿〔戴、佩戴〕于… have sth such as a garment or ornament placed on or fixed to
wear sth on〔upon〕 sth
Why do you wear all those gold things on your arms?
She wore a tall hat on her head.
He was wearing a nameplate upon his left breast.
The badge is worn on the breast.
The ring is worn on the middle finger.
An engagement ring should be worn on the right hand.
- wear out( v.+adv. )
不再受欢迎 not be welcome to go to (a place) too many times or too long
The machine will soon wear out.
Children's clothes wear out quickly.
Woolen coats look elegant, but they wear out easily.
Those thin shoes will wear out quickly.
This sort of cloth will never wear out.
这种布料永远也穿不破。wear sth ⇔ out
The child needs new shoes, he has worn out his present pair.
I have worn my shirt out,I must get another.
Constant use will wear out any machine.
I have already worn these shoes out.
My shoes are worn out.
If you treat your coat so roughly, it will be worn out soon.
The stockings are so worn out that they can't be mended.
The machinery is worn out and will have to be replaced.
It is better to wear out than rust out.
与其懒死,不如累死。wear sb/oneself ⇔ out
You wore him out living and now you are wearing him out dead.
Climbing stairs wears me out.
Hardship and penury wore him out before his time.
Don't wear yourself out by playing too hard!
If you don't stop working, you'll wear yourself out.
She keeps wearing herself out for other people.
It wore me out to cultivate such a big piece of land.
It wears her out to look after small children for a whole day.
I am worn out with the long walk.
She had not slept all night and was completely worn out.
His work was so exacting that by the end of the day he was worn out.
They were worn out after a long day spent working in the fields.
I am worn out with domestic worry.
Why do I feel worn out after an ordinary day's work at the office?
These stains will wear out in the course of time.
After about an hour, my patience began to wear out.
大约一个小时以后,我便忍耐不住了。wear sb/sth ⇔ out
This group of tourists wore me out with complaints about food, hotels and weather.
I have worn out my patience.
Winter wears out more slowly every year.
冬天一年比一年难熬。wear sth ⇔ out
How can we wear out this dull afternoon?
I hate to think of him wearing out his youth in prison.
The creases in the jacket will wear out.
There are a few creases in the jacket, where it has been folded up in a suitcase, but they will wear out.
短上衣有一些皱痕,那是因为叠在手提箱内的缘故,穿一穿后会消失的。wear sth ⇔ out
I'm just wearing this old coat out so that I can have a new one sooner.
我穿这件旧外套只不过是想尽快地穿坏它,好买件新的。wear sb ⇔ out
Let me get at him,I'll soon wear him out!
让我来对付他,一会儿便把他打趴下!wear sth ⇔ out on sb
“Sit up you fool”, she said,“before I wear this out on you.”
If you don't obey,I'll wear this whip out on you.
你不听话,我就用这根鞭子把你狠抽一顿。wear sth ⇔ out
This writer usually uses phrases that were worn out fifty years ago.
这位作家经常使用50年前就过时的短语。wear out one's welcome
He stayed too late and wore out his welcome.
Why doesn't she learn that she has already worn out her welcome?
The hot weather has worn out its welcome with all of us.
- wear through( v.+adv. )
将(衣物)穿破; 磨出洞 wear a hole in sth; wear sth into a hole
The bottom of the bucket has worn through after all this time.
经过这么长时间,这只桶的底部终于磨穿了。wear sth ⇔ through
I've worn through the elbow of this old coat at last.
The knees of these trousers have been completely worn through!
- wear up( v.+adv. )
〈非正〉尽量穿 wear (a garment) so as to get full use from it, save better garments and have a reason for buying new ones
wear sth ⇔ up
I do have other coats, but I'm wearing this one up so that I can finish with it and get a new one.
- come into wear 成为流行样式
- endure constant wear 经久耐用
- prolong the wear of 延长…的耐用性
- sell children's wear 卖儿童服装
- show wear 显得破旧
- stand wear and tear 经久耐用
- take the wear 经受磨损
- abrasive wear 磨损
- abundant wear 款式繁多的服装
- corrosive wear 腐蚀磨损
- everyday wear 日常衣着
- fashionable wear 流行的服装
- forcible wear 耐磨
- immediate wear 迅速流行的样式
- long wear 耐穿
- minimum wear 最便宜的衣服
- normal wear 正常磨损
- prolonging wear 经久耐用
- satisfactory wear 令人满意的时装
- working wear 工作服
- worthy wear 值得磨损
- show signs of wear 出现磨损
- wear on shoes 鞋子磨损的样子
- wear a beard 蓄胡须
- wear a cheerful smile 带着愉快的笑容
- wear a coloured ribbon around one's neck 脖子上戴着彩带
- wear a gas mask 戴着防毒面具
- wear a jade pendant 佩带着玉
- wear a net 戴发网
- wear a sword 带着剑
- wear an ornament 戴装饰品
- wear beadroll 戴着念珠
- wear black leather shoes 穿黑皮鞋
- wear blouse 穿着女衬衣
- wear Chinese-style long gown 穿着旗袍
- wear contact lenses 戴着隐形眼镜
- wear cotton-padded coat 穿棉袄
- wear cross 戴着十字架
- wear crown 戴王冠
- wear denture 戴着一副假牙
- wear diamond ring 戴钻石戒指
- wear fashionable dress 穿着时装
- wear fur overcoat 穿着皮大衣
- wear gloves 戴手套
- wear hair 留头发
- wear handcuffs and leg-irons 戴着手镣脚镣
- wear honours 配戴勋章
- wear jacket 穿着夹克衫
- wear jewelry 戴着首饰
- wear lipstick 涂唇膏
- wear long boots 穿着长筒靴
- wear makeup 擦了化妆品
- wear medal 佩戴奖章
- wear metal helmet 戴着金属头盔
- wear military uniform 穿军装
- wear miniskirt 穿着超短裙
- wear mourning 戴孝
- wear necklace 戴着项链
- wear nightclothes 穿着睡衣
- wear one's dignity 表现出尊严
- wear perfume 擦香水
- wear pistol 佩带手枪
- wear ring 戴戒指
- wear safety helmet 戴着安全帽
- wear shirt 穿着衬衣
- wear shoulder loops 戴肩章
- wear sports shoes 穿着运动鞋
- wear suit 穿西服
- wear sunglasses 戴着太阳镜
- wear tall paper hat 戴高帽
- wear the trousers 一家之主
- wear thick glasses 戴着厚眼镜
- wear tie 系领带
- wear trinket 戴着小饰物
- wear watch 戴手表
- wear wig 戴假发
- wear wind-jacket 穿着风衣
- wear work clothes 穿着工作服
- wear well 耐穿
- wear absurdly 穿戴得可笑
- wear badly 不经磨
- wear conventionally 穿戴得传统
- wear customarily 习惯地穿着
- wear fashionably 流行地穿戴
- wear gracefully 优雅地穿着
- wear habitually 习惯地穿着
- wear invariably 不变地穿戴
- wear proudly 自豪地戴着
- wear thoroughly 穿得破烂不堪
- wear away 磨掉
- wear down 磨损
- wear off 磨掉
- wear on 持续
- wear out 穿坏,耗尽
- wear through 磨穿
- wear up 尽量穿
I want to discourage the..wear to school of tracksuits.出自：Daily Express
He wore the frock coat and striped trousers of an earlier time.出自： G. Vidal
I never wear scent.出自：New Yorker
- wear and tear意为“损坏,损耗,用坏”,尤指正常使用所造成的损坏。
In such cold weather I wear my overcoat all day.
- 表达“消耗”时，短语tear and wear要比wear and tear更加常用；
He wore this black coat to the meeting.
- 表示“耐穿”时，a cloth that will wear与a cloth that will not wear表达的含义相同。前者表示“一种耐穿的布”，而后者表示“一种穿不破的布”。
- wear, be in
- 1.wear后可直接接宾语,而be in的宾语前须有修饰语。例如:
- Mary was in her red dress.玛丽穿着红衣服。
- 2.be in有时含有“只穿着”的意思,而wear无此义。例如:
- Tom is in shirt.汤姆只穿了件衬衫。
- wear, dress, have on, put on
- 1.在表示“穿着”时, wear和have on可以互换。
- 2.dress仅限于表示“穿衣服”; put on可表示“穿上衣服”或“戴上眼镜、帽子等”; wear和put on则可表示一般的“穿”或“戴”; 留胡子则用wear来表示。
- 3.put on只表示动作; wear和have on均表示状态; dress则既可表示动作也可表示状态。
- 4.put on是瞬间动词; wear和have on都是持续性动词; dress则既可作持续性动词,也可作瞬间动词。
- 5.have on不能用于进行时态,其他3个词则可以。
- A cloth like this will wear.
- (最好说A cloth like this will wear well.)
- A cloth like this will not wear.
- (最好说A cloth like this will wear out.)
误 He is usually wearing suits of dark blue.
正 He usually wears suits of dark blue.
误 I wear my clothes as soon as I get out of bed in the morning.
正 I put on my clothes as soon as I get out of bed in the morning.
析 wear和put on都有“穿”的意思,前者是表示状态或动作意义不强的持续性动词,强调的是状态; 后者表示瞬间的动作,强调的是动作。别戴那顶帽子。
误 Don't wear on that cap.
正 Don't wear that cap.
误 You look wearing out. You've been working all day.
正 You look worn out. You've been working all day.
析 wear out表示“使疲惫不堪”,常用于be worn out结构。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的werian，意为给……穿，穿上；最初源自原始日耳曼语的wazjanan，意为给……提供衣服。