English to Igbo Meaning of wear - eyi

Wear :

eyi, banye, na-na, nwere on, agba, na-aga n'ime, nwere, nkejikotara, jide, ijido, akwụsị, iri, ase, ịmụta, ịzụta, ibu, ibuli, ịgbanwe, dịkwuo, idozi, anabata, iche, ibido, enweta, ebu, ebe, ikesiike, mama, chịngọm, ikpeazụ, jide si, iyuzucha, na-arịa ọrịa nke, ike gwụrụ, taya, -esi na, ibu peaky, uwe, nwuda, n'uwe, na-aṅụ, emerụ, chịngọm elu, na-egosi, na-ekpughe

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Definitions of wear in English
Noun(1) impairment resulting from long use(2) a covering designed to be worn on a person's body(3) the act of having on your person as a covering or adornment
Verb(1) be dressed in(2) have on one's person(3) have in one's aspect; wear an expression of one's attitude or personality(4) deteriorate through use or stress(5) have or show an appearance of(6) last and be usable(7) go to pieces(8) exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress(9) put clothing on one's body
Examples of wear in English
(1) Over 90% of North American women wear a bra, many without ever asking why.(2) the environmental health people wouldn't wear it(3) Such testosterone-laden yarns do not wear well a millennium on.(4) some new tops for wear in the evening(5) Aymara men in the Altiplano region wear long cotton trousers and woolen caps with ear flaps.(6) Shannon gives the order to wear ship(7) she used to wear her hair in plaits(8) It's not starting the engine that causes extra wear and tear.(9) Purchase bicycle clothing made of reflective fabrics or add reflective tape to all of your rainy-weather wear .(10) She still continues to wear the Blue Ensign until her hand-over to the Navy, scheduled for September, and her commissioning is due in October.(11) In osteoarthritis, the alignment of the leg changes because of wear .(12) It offers 5,000 sq ft of quality footwear, from outdoor to special occasion wear and top brands like Ecco, Van Dal, and Clarks.(13) It has been showing the effects of wear and tear for some time.(14) Less wear and tear on the cars means fewer new car purchases.(15) evening wear(16) She also has an own-name, off-the-peg collection suitable for occasion wear .
Related Phrases of wear
(1) wear out ::
(2) wear off ::
(3) wear and tear ::
eyi na akwa
(4) wear glasses ::
eyi iko
(5) wear a uniform ::
eyi a edo
(6) wear away ::
eyi pụọ
(7) casual wear ::
ukporo wear
(8) wear down ::
eyi ala
(9) ready to wear ::
(10) wear a hat ::
eyi a okpu
1. use ::
2. clothes ::
3. damage ::
4. habiliment ::
5. wearing ::
6. dress in ::
7. bear ::
8. erode ::
9. last ::
10. endure ::
ịtachi obi
11. have on ::
nwere on
12. wear down ::
eyi ala
13. assume ::
14. fall apart ::
ada iche
Different Forms
wear, wearable, wearer, wearers, wearily, wearing, wearings, wears
Word Example from TV Shows
Take it. Wear it.

Take it. Wear it.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 1

to ask you to look at the
outfit I'm going to wear?

to ask you to look at the outfit I'm going to WEAR?

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 6

And that's why we wear hardhats.

And that's why we WEAR hardhats.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 15

(SIGHS) Sheldon, women can wear makeup,
it's not lying!

(SIGHS) Sheldon, women can WEAR makeup, it's not lying!

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 17

Make sure to wear sensible shoes.

Make sure to WEAR sensible shoes.

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 11

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