Significado de Wear:

Wear


Latin vestis | garment | lang la, Albanian vesh | dress up, wear | lang sq, Tocharian B wäs- | lang txb, Old Armenian զգենում | tr zgenum | ...

Wear


A river in the county of Tyne and Wear in north east England . The city of Sunderland is found upon its banks. Anagrams : ware ...

-wear


Suffix: wear. Used to form nouns denoting clothing worn by a particular sex (e.g. menswear) or age of person (e.g. kidswear) on a particular ...

Wear out


Vitus' dance in your arm, and if it does not wear you out it wears your horse out; you know you are always changing your horses; and why? ...

Wear away


head wear away | wears away | wearing away | wore away | worn away to erode gradually and progressively Translations: erode gradually ...

Wear down


The eight hour shift in the mine began to wear Tim down after a few months. Synonyms : See also Wikisaurus:fatigue Translations: To cause ...

Wear off


The effect of the injection will gradually wear off. intransitive | lang en to disappear because of being abrade d, over-polished, or ...

Wear thin


head wear thin | wears thin | wearing thin | wore thin | worn thin idiomatic | lang en To lessen or weaken over time, as from overuse. ...

Tyne and Wear


Proper noun: head Tyne and Wear A metropolitan county in the north east of England , bordering County Durham and Northumberland . ...

Wear and tear


Noun: head wear and tear | damage or depreciation resulting from ordinary use Translations: damage or depreciation. Icelandic. is | slit | n ...
Frases de covers

covers

get cape. wear cape. fly