wears, 3rd person singular present; wearing, present participle; wore, past tense; worn, past participle;
Bring (a ship) about by turning its head away from the wind
Shannon gives the order to wear ship
The wearing of something or the state of being worn as clothing
some new tops for wear in the evening
Clothing suitable for a particular purpose or of a particular type
Damage or deterioration sustained from continuous use
you need to make a deduction for wear and tear on all your belongings
The capacity for withstanding continuous use without such damage
old things were relegated to the bedrooms because there was plenty of wear left in them
be dressed in; "She was wearing yellow that day"
impairment resulting from long use; "the tires showed uneven wear"
clothing: a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
have on one's person; "He wore a red ribbon"; "bear a scar"
the act of having on your person as a covering or adornment; "she bought it for everyday wear"
have in one's aspect; wear an expression of one's attitude or personality; "He always wears a smile"
WEAR is the ABC affiliated television station for the Mobile, Alabama/Pensacola, Florida viewing area. ...
In materials science, wear is the erosion of material from a solid surface by the action of another surface. It is related to surface interactions and more specifically the removal of material from a surface as a result of mechanical action. ...
Wear is a scientific journal publishing papers on wear and friction. The papers may fall within the subjects of physics, chemistry, material science or mechanical engineering. It is published by Elsevier.
A jibe or gybe is a sailing maneuver where a sailing vessel (which is sailing before the wind) turns its stern through the wind, such that the wind direction changes from one side of the boat to the other. ...
A|Wear is an Irish chain of clothing stores that operates in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and more recently in the United Kingdom.
(Wearing (surname)) Wearing is a surname, and may refer to: * Alison Wearing (born 1967), Canadian writer * Ben Wearing (born 1989), Australian football player * Benny Wearing (1901-1968), Australian rugby league player * Clive Wearing (bon 1938), British musicologist * Gillian Wearing (born ...
(in combination) Clothing (such as footwear); Damage to the appearance and/or strength of an item caused by use over time; fashion; To carry or have equipped on or about one's body, as an item of clothing, equipment, decoration, etc; To have or carry on one's person habitually, consistently; ...
(Wearing) The side-to-side movement of the dog in a pendulum motion or half-circle pattern in an effort to keep the stock grouped.
(Wearing) When the dog moves livestock forward by moving back and forth behind the group. It is also
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Visible erosion of metal, usually beginning from the highest points of a coins. Eventually, lettering, details, or entire devices are obliterated. Wear should not be confused with a weak strike. It is possible for a worn coin to have more detail than a weakly struck mint state coin.
Mechanical alteration of the magnetic stripe and of the read/encode head resulting from the motion of the head along the stripe
The accumulative (and usually deleterious) effects of traffic on a turf area. Most often a problem on sports fields.
To bring the wind on the other side of a vessel by putting the helm up so that the vessel's head goes round away from the wind instead of towards the wind as in tacking. Used on square rigged vessels instead of gybe.
the attrition or rubbing away of the surface of a material as a result of mechanical action.
Metal lost during handling and contact with other objects.
Any mechanical action, such as foot wear, that causes a distortion of the surface of a floor coating film.
Wear is the loss of material resulting from the interface of one material interacting with another material. It may be a desired result as in finishing and polishing or an undesired result as in bearing surfaces. ...
The artificial removal of material, or impairment of the stone surface finish, through friction or impact.