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wear something out — USE UP, consume, go through. → wear * * * wear something out (or wear out) 1) use or be used until no longer in good condition or working order wearing out the stair carpet | the...




  • wear something out — USE UP, consume, go through. → wear * * * wear something out (or wear out) 1) use or be used until no longer in good condition or working order wearing out the stair carpet | the type was used again and again until it wore out 2) wear… … Useful english dictionary

  • wear-out — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun ( s) Etymology: wear out : depreciation through wear the rapidity of wear out of a piece of machinery … Useful english dictionary

  • wear through — To develop a hole through friction or intensive use • • • Main Entry: ↑wear * * * wear through [phrasal verb] wear through (something) or wear (something) through : to use (something) so much that a hole develops in it I ve worn th … Useful english dictionary

  • Wear leveling — (also written wear levelling) is a technique[1] for prolonging the service life of some kinds of erasable computer storage media, such as Flash memory used in solid state drives (SSDs) and USB Flash drives. There are a few wear leveling… … Wikipedia

  • Wear and tear — is a term for damage that naturally and inevitably occurs as a result of normal use or aging. It is used in a legal context for such areas as warranty contracts from manufacturers, which usually stipulate that damage due to wear and tear will not … Wikipedia

  • Wear levelling — (also written wear leveling) is a techniqueUS patent|6850443 Wear leveling techniques for flash EEPROM systems.] for prolonging the service life of some kinds of erasable computer storage media, such as flash memory. The term has also been used… … Wikipedia

  • Wear Sunscreen — or Sunscreen Speech [ [http://www.discogs.com/viewimages?what=R obid=476994 View Images ] ] are the common names of an essay actually called Advice, like youth, probably just wasted on the young written by Mary Schmich and published in the… … Wikipedia

  • wear down — [wear off] or[wear away] {v.} 1. To remove or disappear little by little through use, time, or the action of weather. * /Time and weather have worn off the name on the gravestone./ * /The eraser has worn off my pencil./ * /The grass has worn away … Dictionary of American idioms

  • wear down — [wear off] or[wear away] {v.} 1. To remove or disappear little by little through use, time, or the action of weather. * /Time and weather have worn off the name on the gravestone./ * /The eraser has worn off my pencil./ * /The grass has worn away … Dictionary of American idioms

  • Through and through — describes a situation where an object, real or imaginary, passes completely through another object, also real or imaginary. The phrase has several common uses:PrintmakingAn image may be through and through in the following cases: *ink or paint… … Wikipedia

  • wear\ away — • wear down • wear off • wear away v 1. To remove or disappear little by little through use, time, or the action of weather. Time and weather have worn off the name on the gravestone. The eraser has worn off my pencil. The grass has worn away… … Словарь американских идиом

  • wear\ down — • wear down • wear off • wear away v 1. To remove or disappear little by little through use, time, or the action of weather. Time and weather have worn off the name on the gravestone. The eraser has worn off my pencil. The grass has worn away… … Словарь американских идиом

  • wear\ off — • wear down • wear off • wear away v 1. To remove or disappear little by little through use, time, or the action of weather. Time and weather have worn off the name on the gravestone. The eraser has worn off my pencil. The grass has worn away… … Словарь американских идиом

  • Wear — For other uses, see Wear (disambiguation). v · d · e Materials failure modes … Wikipedia

  • wear thin — verb deteriorate through use or stress (Freq. 1) The constant friction wore out the cloth • Syn: ↑wear, ↑wear off, ↑wear out, ↑wear down • Derivationally related forms: ↑wear ( … Useful english dictionary

  • wear out — verb 1. exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress (Freq. 2) We wore ourselves out on this hike • Syn: ↑tire, ↑wear upon, ↑tire out, ↑wear, ↑weary, ↑jade, ↑ … Useful english dictionary



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