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translation - WORN

hand wear (n.)

ganterie

ladies' wear (n.)

prêt-à-porter féminin

ready-to-wear (n.)

prêt-à-porter

ready-to-wear clothes (n.)

prêt-à-porter

ready-to-wear suit (n.)

costume de confection

wash and wear (adj.)

infroissable

wear and tear (n.)

usure

wear away

effilocher

wear away (v.)

diminuer, épuiser, fatiguer  (V+qqn), réduire, ronger  (V+comp), s'user, user  (V+comp), vanner  (familier)

wear down (v.)

épuiser, fatiguer  (V+qqn), s'user, user  (V+comp), vanner  (familier)

wear off (v.)

disparaître, s'user, user  (se+V)

wear on (v.)

avancer

wear out (v.)

effilocher, épuiser, fatiguer  (V+qqn), s'user, surmener, user  (V+comp), vanner  (familier)

wear round (v.)

tirer une bordée

wear thin (v.)

s'user, user  (se+V)

wear upon (v.)

épuiser, fatiguer  (V+qqn), user  (V+comp), vanner  (familier)

women's wear (n.)

prêt-à-porter féminin

worn out (adj.)

à plat  (PejArgPop;figuré), claqué  (familier), crevé, épuisé, fatigué, flagada  (familier), flapi  (familier), lessivé  (familier)

worn-out (adj.)

éculé, élimé, épuisé, usé

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translation - WORN (Wikipedia)

Wear

Usure des surfaces

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analogical dictionary


 

chose que l'on porte sur soi[Classe]

artefact composé de choses assemblées[Classe...]

chose matérielle qui couvre[Classe]

chose en étoffe[ClasseParExt.]

action de couvrir[Classe]

action de (ou fait d'être)[Classe...]

industryindustrie (branche d'activités)[ClasseParExt.]

act; human action; human activity; deedce que l'on fait dans un geste, un mouvement[ClasseHyper.]

clothe; put on; put; chuck; fling; hurl; throw; stick in; stick intohabiller[ClasseHyper.]

take; carry; have on; wearporter un vêtement[ClasseHyper.]

(clothe; put on; put; chuck; fling; hurl; throw; stick in; stick into), (cutaway; morning coat; dress suit; full dress; tailcoat; tail coat; tails; white tie; white tie and tails; garment), (put on one's clothes; dress; get dressed), (dressing; changing), (dresser), (take; carry; have on; wear)se vêtir[Thème]

(cutaway; morning coat; dress suit; full dress; tailcoat; tail coat; tails; white tie; white tie and tails; garment)vêtement[Thème]

textiles et vêtements[Thème]

factotum[Domaine]

IntentionalProcess[Domaine]

wears[Domaine]

eventévénement - change state, turnvirer - feature, haveprésenter[Hyper.]

activate, actuate, get going, initiate, set off, spark, spark off, start, start up, touch off, trigger, trigger off, tripactiver, faire marcher, faire partir, mettre en marche, mettre en mouvement, mettre en route - actuate, drive on, incite, motivate, move, prompt, propelinciter, motiver, pousser - act, moveagir - dressing, groominghabillage - apparel, clothes, clothing, dress, raiment, vesture, wearing apparelmise, vêtements - array, raiment, regalia, trappingsatours, insignes, ornements, parure - attire, dress, garbtenue - article of clothing, clothing, dress, habiliment, outfit, vesture, wear, wearabletenue, toilette, vêtements - clothing, garmentpièce de vêtement, vêtement - actor's assistant, dresserhabilleur - wear, wearinghabillement - wearablemettable[Dérivé]

apparel, clad, dress, get dressed, put on one's clotheshabiller, recouvrir, revêtir[Domaine]

bare o.s., discase, dismantle, disrobe, get nude, peel, strip, strip down, uncase, unclothe, undressdécouvrir, dénuder, déshabiller[Ant.]

wear (n.)


 

take; carry; have on; wearporter un vêtement[ClasseHyper.]

clothe; put on; put; chuck; fling; hurl; throw; stick in; stick intohabiller[ClasseHyper.]

put on one's clothes; dress; get dressedmettre des vêtements sur soi[Classe]

commerce[Domaine]

Artifact[Domaine]

factotum[Domaine]

wears[Domaine]

fashion[Domaine]

Putting[Domaine]

commodity, good, goods, trade goodarticles, biens, came, camelote, marchandises - artefact, artifactartefact - feature, haveprésenter - change state, turnvirer - apparel, clothe, dress, enclothe, fit out, garb, garment, habilitate, raiment, toghabiller[Hyper.]

covercouvrir - wear, wearinghabillement - article of clothing, clothing, dress, habiliment, outfit, vesture, wear, wearabletenue, toilette, vêtements - wearablemettable - dressing, groominghabillage - apparel, clothes, clothing, dress, raiment, vesture, wearing apparelmise, vêtements - array, raiment, regalia, trappingsatours, insignes, ornements, parure - attire, dress, garbtenue - clothing, garmentpièce de vêtement, vêtement - actor's assistant, dresserhabilleur - cassock, gown, roberobe, toge, vêtement de cérémonie - robepeignoir - canonicals, priest's garb, sacerdotal vestment, vestmentchasuble, habit sacerdotal - wearerpersonne qui porte...[Dérivé]

plural, plural formforme plurielle, pluriel - apparel, clad, dress, get dressed, put on one's clotheshabiller, recouvrir, revêtir - vest[Domaine]

bare o.s., discase, dismantle, disrobe, get nude, peel, strip, strip down, uncase, unclothe, undressdécouvrir, dénuder, déshabiller[Ant.]

fashion[Domaine]

Clothing[Domaine]

wear (n.)




 

faire qqch (pour l'homme) (prop. courante)[ClasseParExt...]

cutaway; morning coat; dress suit; full dress; tailcoat; tail coat; tails; white tie; white tie and tails; garmentobjet destiné à couvrir le corps[ClasseHyper.]

dressing; changingaction de (se) vêtir[ClasseHyper.]

industrie textile[ClasseParExt.]

(clothe; put on; put; chuck; fling; hurl; throw; stick in; stick into), (cutaway; morning coat; dress suit; full dress; tailcoat; tail coat; tails; white tie; white tie and tails; garment), (put on one's clothes; dress; get dressed), (dressing; changing), (dresser), (take; carry; have on; wear)se vêtir[Thème]

factotum[Domaine]

part[Domaine]

fashion[Domaine]

Clothing[Domaine]

act, deed, human action, human activityacte, action - consumer goodsbiens de consommation - coveringcouverture[Hyper.]

feature, lineamentlinéaments, trait, traits - character, characteristic, feature, traitcaractéristique, trait dominant - bear, carry, have on, support, take, wearmettre, porter, se couvrir - vesturevêtir - assume, don, get about, get into, put on, tie on, wearenfiler, mettre - robe, vestparer, revêtir - have on, wearmettre, porter - vestiaryvestimentaire - continue, endure, go on, hold out, last, weardurer[Dérivé]

apparel, clothe, dress, enclothe, fit out, garb, garment, habilitate, raiment, toghabiller[Nominalisation]

have, have got, holdavoir - be in the possession of, have, have at one's disposal, have at one's disposition, have in one's possession, have in possession, hold, keep back, keep in one's possession, own, possess, retain possession of, withholdavoir, avoir à sa disposition, avoir en sa possession, avoir la propriété, détenir, être en possession, être en possession de, être nanti, être propriétaire, posséder[Domaine]

lack, missmanquer, manquer de qqch. - unwearableimmettable[Ant.]

wear (v.)


 

se couvrir[Classe]

faire qqch (pour l'homme) (prop. courante)[ClasseParExt...]

put on one's clothes; dress; get dressedmettre des vêtements sur soi[Classe]

(clothe; put on; put; chuck; fling; hurl; throw; stick in; stick into), (cutaway; morning coat; dress suit; full dress; tailcoat; tail coat; tails; white tie; white tie and tails; garment), (put on one's clothes; dress; get dressed), (dressing; changing), (dresser), (take; carry; have on; wear)se vêtir[Thème]

fashion[Domaine]

Clothing[Domaine]

alter, changechanger, connaître un changement - consumer goodsbiens de consommation - coveringcouverture[Hyper.]

dressing, groominghabillage - apparel, clothes, clothing, dress, raiment, vesture, wearing apparelmise, vêtements - actor's assistant, dresserhabilleur - bear, carry, have on, support, take, wearmettre, porter, se couvrir - vesturevêtir - assume, don, get about, get into, put on, tie on, wearenfiler, mettre - robe, vestparer, revêtir - have on, wearmettre, porter - vestiaryvestimentaire - continue, endure, go on, hold out, last, weardurer[Dérivé]

doll o.s. up, dress, plume, preen, primp, spruce o.s. upbichonner, pomponner - dress, dress uphabiller - apparel, clothe, dress, enclothe, fit out, garb, garment, habilitate, raiment, toghabiller[Domaine]

bare o.s., discase, dismantle, disrobe, get nude, peel, strip, strip down, uncase, unclothe, undressdécouvrir, dénuder, déshabiller - unwearableimmettable[Ant.]

wear (v.)


factotum[Domaine]

wears[Domaine]

wear (v.)


wear (v.)



 

action ou fait d'user[Classe]

fragile (chose)[Classe]

géologie[DomainRegistre]

alter, changechanger, connaître un changement - be ailing, deterioratedétériorer - deterioration, impairmentaffaiblissement - abolish, banjax, defeat, destroy, fuck, ruinbousiller, défoncer, détruire, niquer, ruiner[Hyper.]

decadentdécadent - decay, decompositiondécomposition - decaydécomposition, pourriture - break, bust, fall apart, fray, wear, wear away, wear outeffilocher, user - break, come apart, fall apart, separate, split upbriser, casser, rompre, se défaire - breakbriser, casser - break, break down, conk out, die, fail, get stuck, give out, give way, go, go bad, go wrong, jam, pack up, seize upbloquer, casser, gripper, lâcher, se casser, se détraquer, tomber en panne - break, break off, snap offcasser pour enlever - break, bustbriser, casser, détruire - break, break up - breakability, fragility, frangibility, frangiblenessfragilité - break, breakage, breakingcasse, cassure - bust, failure, fiasco, fizzle, flop, setback, turkeyéchec, insuccès, navet, plantage, ratage - buster - breakablecassable, fragile - breakableness[Dérivé]

fag, fag out, fatigue, jade, outwear, tire, tire out, wear, wear away, wear down, wear out, wear upon, wearyépuiser, fatiguer, user, vanner - wear, wear away, wear down, wear off, wear out, wear thinuser - abraser - abradeabraser[Nominalisation]

break, break down, break off, check, crack, snap offbriser, casser[QuiPeut~]

delicatefin[Analogie]

unbreakableincassable - bushel, doctor, fix, furbish up, mend, put right, recondition, repair, restore, touch onarranger, réparer[Ant.]

wear (v.)








 

worn[Ant.]

new[Ant.]

worn (adj.)


 

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