wearverb

  • ja身に着ける、着用する
  • ento have something on the body, such as clothes, shoes, or jewelry

Examples

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So tell me, what are you wearing?
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My sister's dress.
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What are you wearing?
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My magician's costume, because I am a magician.
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I wear this,
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and I've been wearing this necklace for years and years.
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Dude, what are you wearing?
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What? It's finally cold enough to wear turtlenecks.
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Hey, why are you wearing that hazmat suit?
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I just love this look.
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You guys, does this look like something the girlfriend of a paleontologist would wear?
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I don't know, you might be the first one.
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My dad's coming, too.
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Dad!
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That sweater, he wears a red sweater so I can see him in a crowd.
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Where's my big man?
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If I don't wear makeup, somebody always asks,
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"Are you okay? You look sick."
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Quick question over here, Betsy.
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Are you wearing a dog?
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It's perfectly normal.

Other meanings for wear...

wearverb

  • jaすり減らす、使い古す
  • ento become or make something become smoother or weaker through continuous use
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The best whiteboards are extremely smooth, with no pores at all.
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After lots of use, though, whiteboards start to wear down and cracks and pores might open up,
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which can let the ink flow down below the surface and dry there.
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How many of you lose your corkscrew all the time?
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Or your corkscrew breaks because the corkscrew thing wears out 'cause you drink constantly?
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Here's what you do.
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You take a screw and a screwdriver, and you screw it.
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So you have to have this, so maybe —
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You do have to have a screw and a screwdriver.
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But you screw it in, and then you take a fork.
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And all you do...