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ware 1

 (wâr)
n.
1. An item that is offered for sale.
2. An attribute or ability, especially when regarded as an article of commerce: "Mathewson had displayed impressive wares with his fastball, big overhand curve and baffling 'fadeaway' (today known as a screwball)" (Stuart Miller).

[Middle English, from Old English waru, goods; see wer- in Indo-European roots.]

ware 2

 (wâr) Archaic
tr.v. wared, war·ing, wares
To beware of.
adj.
1. Watchful; wary.
2. Aware.

[Middle English waren, from Old English warian; see wer- in Indo-European roots. Adj., Middle English; see wary.]
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wares

(wɛəz)
pl n
1. (Commerce) articles of manufacture considered as being for sale
2. (Commerce) any talent or asset regarded as a commercial or saleable commodity
3. (Ceramics) (Caribbean) earthenware
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wares

plural noun goods, produce, stock, products, stuff, commodities, merchandise, lines Vendors displayed their wares in baskets on the ground.
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Translations
أدوات، آنِيَه
varer
söluvara

wares

[wɛəz] NPLmercancías fpl
to cry one's warespregonar sus mercancías
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wares

[ˈwɛərz] nplmarchandises fpl
to sell one's wares → vendre ses marchandises
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wares

plWaren pl; to cry one’s wares (dated)seine Waren anpreisen
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wares

[wɛəz] nplmerci fpl
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-ware

(weə)
manufactured articles (made of a particular material). silverware/glassware.
wares noun plural
articles for sale. a tradesman selling his wares.
warehouse noun
a building in which goods are stored. a furniture warehouse.
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Established as Zebra Pushware Solutions in 1996, the company specializes in software solutions for news sources in all major languages, including Japanese.
The recent vogue for "pushware" even more dramatically illustrates the software-driven movement to make the Web look and act more like TV.
This latter group is probably the set of advertisers most apt to benefit most immediately from the new pushware, since this software innovation restores a bit of intrusiveness to the Web.