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wear·a·ble

 (wâr′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Suitable for wear: wearable shoes for the summer.
2. Suitable for easy wear: wearable evening clothes.
n.
Something that can be worn, especially a garment: stored winter wearables in the attic during the summer.

wearable

(ˈwɛərəbəl)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) suitable for wear or able to be worn
n
(Clothing & Fashion) (often plural) any garment that can be worn
ˌwearaˈbility n

wear•a•ble

(ˈwɛər ə bəl)

adj.
1. capable of being worn; appropriate, suitable, or ready for wearing.
n.
2. Usu., wearables. something that may be worn; clothing.
[1580–90]
wear`a•bil′i•ty, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wearable - a covering designed to be worn on a person's bodywearable - a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
accessory, accouterment, accoutrement - clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing
apparel, clothes, wearing apparel, dress - clothing in general; "she was refined in her choice of apparel"; "he always bought his clothes at the same store"; "fastidious about his dress"
raiment, regalia, array - especially fine or decorative clothing
attire, garb, dress - clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion; "formal attire"; "battle dress"
beachwear - clothing to be worn at a beach
black - black clothing (worn as a sign of mourning); "the widow wore black"
blue - blue clothing; "she was wearing blue"
change - a different or fresh set of clothes; "she brought a change in her overnight bag"
civilian clothing, civilian dress, civilian garb, plain clothes - ordinary clothing as distinguished from uniforms, work clothes, clerical garb, etc.
consumer goods - goods (as food or clothing) intended for direct use or consumption
covering - an artifact that covers something else (usually to protect or shelter or conceal it)
drag - clothing that is conventionally worn by the opposite sex (especially women's clothing when worn by a man); "he went to the party dressed in drag"; "the waitresses looked like missionaries in drag"
footwear - clothing worn on a person's feet
garment - an article of clothing; "garments of the finest silk"
gray, grey - clothing that is a grey color; "he was dressed in grey"
hand wear, handwear - clothing for the hands
headdress, headgear - clothing for the head
knitwear - knitted clothing
leisure wear - informal clothing designed to be worn when you are relaxing
loungewear - clothing suitable for relaxation
man's clothing - clothing that is designed for men to wear
neckpiece - an article of apparel worn about the neck
nightclothes, nightwear, sleepwear - garments designed to be worn in bed
outerwear, overclothes - clothing for use outdoors
protective garment - clothing that is intended to protect the wearer from injury
ready-to-wear - ready-made clothing; "she couldn't find anything in ready-to-wear that she liked"
slip-on - an article of clothing (garment or shoe) that is easily slipped on or off
slops - cheap clothing (as formerly issued to sailors in Britain)
street clothes - ordinary clothing suitable for public appearances (as opposed to costumes or sports apparel or work clothes etc.)
tailor-made - custom-made clothing
duds, threads, togs - informal terms for clothing
uniform - clothing of distinctive design worn by members of a particular group as a means of identification
vestiture - an archaic term for clothing
wardrobe - collection of clothing belonging to one person
woman's clothing - clothing that is designed for women to wear
work-clothes, work-clothing - clothing worn for doing manual labor
Adj.1.wearable - suitable for wear or able to be wornwearable - suitable for wear or able to be worn; "wearable evening clothes"; "a wearable hearing aid"
unwearable - not suitable for wear or able to be worn; "shoes so dilapidated as to be unwearable"
Translations
مُمْكِن لِباسُه
hordható
sem hægt er aî ganga í
vhodný na nosenie
giyilebilir

wearable

[ˈwɛərəbl] ADJque se puede llevar, ponible
it's still wearabletodavía está ponible
I haven't got anything wearable for the weddingno tengo nada apropiado que ponerme para la boda

wearable

[ˈwɛərəbəl] adj (= practical and comfortable) → à porter en toute occasion, à porter en toutes occasionswear and tear [ˌwɛərənˈtɛər] nusure f

wearable

adj (= not worn out etc)tragbar; fashionable clothes which are also very wearablemodische Kleidung, die sich auch gut trägt

wearable

[ˈwɛərəbl] adjindossabile

wear

(weə) past tense wore (woː) ; past participle worn (woːn) verb
1. to be dressed in or carry on (a part of) the body. She wore a white dress; Does she usually wear spectacles?
2. to arrange (one's hair) in a particular way. She wears her hair in a pony-tail.
3. to have or show (a particular expression). She wore an angry expression.
4. to (cause to) become thinner etc because of use, rubbing etc. This carpet has worn in several places; This sweater is wearing thin at the elbows.
5. to make (a bare patch, a hole etc) by rubbing, use etc. I've worn a hole in the elbow of my jacket.
6. to stand up to use. This material doesn't wear very well.
noun
1. use as clothes etc. I use this suit for everyday wear; Those shoes won't stand much wear.
2. articles for use as clothes. casual wear; sportswear; leisure wear.
3. (sometimes wear and tear) damage due to use. The hall carpet is showing signs of wear.
4. ability to withstand use. There's plenty of wear left in it yet.
ˈwearable adjective
(negative unwearable) fit to be worn. My only wearable coat is at the cleaners.
ˈwearer noun
a dress that makes the wearer feel elegant.
ˈwearing adjective
exhausting. I've had rather a wearing day.
worn (woːn) adjective
damaged as a result of use. a badly-worn carpet.
wear away
to make or become damaged, thinner, smoother etc through use, rubbing etc. The steps have (been) worn away in places.
wear off
to become less. The pain is wearing off.
wear out
to (cause to) become unfit for further use. My socks have worn out; I've worn out my socks.
worn out
1. so damaged by use as to be unfit for further use. These shoes are worn out; a worn-out sweater.
2. very tired. His wife is worn out after looking after the children.
References in classic literature ?
Before we had washed them, they had been very, very dirty, it is true; but they were just wearable.
These wearable devices can perform many of the same computing tasks as mobile phones and laptop computers; however, in some cases, wearable technology can outperform these hand-held devices entirely.
com/research/494rnr/futuristic) has announced the addition of the "Futuristic Outlook of Wearable Technology in Key Applications" report to their offering.
An explosion of new products, a growing number of vendors and solid consumer adoption has stimulated recent growth in the global wearable device market.
com)-- ELEKS' key Mobility & Wearables expert Markiyan Matsekh spoke at two prominent wearable industry events in London on May 27th (Wearables Europe 2015) and 28th (Wearables London Meetup).
Technology is constantly changing the way we conduct business, and wearable technology--smart watches, fitness trackers and smart glasses--are making us rethink how we manage business.
Xybernaut Corporation (NASDAQ: XYBR) has announced a contract award of approximately $370,000 in hardware to support the deployment of wearable computing solutions for three branches of the United States Armed Forces.
Field Cable can be adapted to all of Pen System's computer products including the Pen tablet, a hand-held computer, and the company's new wearable belt computer.
One of the things people don't realize is how slick you can get with this," says Thad Starner, one of the Media Lab's first borgs, who now leads research on wearable computers at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
Our current strategic plan includes our engagement of a new key executive team, beginning with the appointment of a new Chief Scientific Officer, to direct the development and commercialization of our wearable artificial kidney, or Wearable Kidney.
24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ESET, a global pioneer in proactive protection for more than two decades, announced today that Stephen Cobb, senior security researcher, will be presenting " Wearable Success Starts with Security" at the Wearable USA Tech Show on December 2, 2015 in Santa Clara, CA.
Whether it is an UP band or Zepp, vendors have been forced to realize that people need interpretation of data, they need to know the meaning of data collected by the wearable.