Hindi translation of 'wear'
wear /weə वेअ/
Word forms: wears, wearing, wore, worn
1. transitive verb
When you wear clothes, shoes, or jewellery, you have them on your body.
After you get up in the morning, you get dressed, or you dress, by putting on your clothes. He put on his shoes and socks. Small children and sick people may be unable to dress themselves, so someone else has to dress them. When you are dressed, you are wearing your clothes, or you have them on. Edith had her hat on. They should stop walking round the house with nothing on. During the day you might want to get changed, or to change, or to change your clothes. She returned having changed from trousers and a pullover into a short-sleeved blouse and a skirt. Adams changed his shirt twice a day. Before you go to bed, you get undressed, or you undress, by taking off your clothes. He won't take his clothes off in front of me. See also the note at clothes.
He was wearing a brown uniform.
2. transitive verb
If you wear your hair in a particular way, it is cut or styled in that way.
केश सज्जा करना
She wore her hair in a long braid.
3. uncountable noun
You can use wear to refer to clothes that are suitable for a particular time or occasion.
...an extensive range of beach wear.
4. uncountable noun
Wear is the amount or type of use that something has over a period of time.
You'll get more wear out of a dark-coloured hat.
5. intransitive verb, uncountable noun
If something wears, or if it shows signs of wear, it becomes thinner or weaker from constant use.
छीज जाना/छीज nf
घिस जाना/घिसाव mn
Your horse needs new shoes if the shoe has worn thin or smooth.
...a large armchair which showed signs of wear.
6. see also worn
If you wear something away, it becomes thin and eventually disappears because it is used a lot or rubs a lot.
घिसते-घिसते खत्म हो जाना
समाप्त हो जाना
The softer rock wears away.
If you wear something down, it becomes flatter or smoother as a result of constantly rubbing against something else.
इस्तेमाल करते-करते मुलायम या चपटा बना देना
If someone wears you down, they weaken you by continually attacking or criticizing you, or by trying to persuade you to do something.
अशक्त कर देना
कमजोर कर देना
निर्बल बना देना
They hoped the waiting would wear me down.
If a feeling or sensation wears off, it slowly disappears.
क्षीण हो जाना
धीरे-धीरे समाप्त हो जाना
The shock was wearing off, and now he was in great pain.
When something wears out, it is used so much that it becomes thin or weak and cannot be used any more.
He wore out his shoes walking around Mexico City.
2. see also worn-out
If something wears you out, it makes you feel extremely tired.[informal]
अशक्त कर देना
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Example Sentences Including 'wear'
The places Kostya and I occupy are like the clothes we wear ; a veneer designed to hide the truth about us.CHAMELEON (2002)
Then she laid out on the bed the clothes she intended to wear later.CHAMELEON (2002)
I could only see Carole now, dressed in a black lycra body suit, night wear for night work.A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
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'wear' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَرْتَدِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: vestir
- Chinese: 穿
- Croatian: nositi
- Czech: nosit mít na sobě
- Danish: have på
- Dutch: dragen kledingstuk
- European Spanish: llevar puesto llevar puesta
- Finnish: pitää yllään
- French: porter
- German: tragen Kleidung
- Greek: φορώ
- Italian: indossare
- Japanese: 身に着けている
- Korean: (옷을) 입다
- Norwegian: ha på (seg)
- Polish: nosić
- Portuguese: vestir
- Romanian: a purta
- Russian: носить
- Spanish: llevar puesto llevar puesta
- Swedish: ha på sig
- Thai: สวมใส่
- Turkish: giymek
- Ukrainian: носити
- Vietnamese: mặc quần áo
Translation of wear from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary