Wear a hat;
wear 英 [weə(r)] 美 [wer]
及物动词 磨损; 穿着，戴着; 面露; 留着(胡须等)
不及物动词 耐用; 保持不变; 磨损，耗损; 逐渐或枯燥地通过
名词 穿着; 穿戴物，衣物; 磨损，穿旧; 耐用性
1. wear away : 磨损;
2. wear on : 缓缓消逝, 时间消逝, 消磨, 使恼火, 骚扰;
3. wear and tear : 磨损;
4. wear out : 穿破, 用坏, 疲劳, 经受住, 消磨;
5. be in general wear : 服装流行一时;
6. wear off : 逐渐减弱, 消失;
7. be the worse for wear : 被用坏, 被穿破;
She wears a Giovannio hat, Cynthia Steffe top and skirt, sweater by CARDIGAN and Manolo Blahnik shoes.
If your outfit is simple, wear a large dramatic one, otherwise choose a chic fascinator but make sure it woks with your hairstyle.
If your outfit is simple, wear a large dramaticone, otherwise choose a chic fascinator but make sure it woks with yourhairstyle.
She wore a big hat, and she rode on a very fat horse.
And he was aware that Ruth looked, too, with quick eyes that were timid and mild as a dove's, but which saw, in a look that was a flutter on and past, the working-class girl in her cheap finery and under the strange hat that all working-class girls were wearing just then.
You can see that he is dressed in a long black coat which was called a frock coat, and a queer, shiny hat shaped like a stovepipe, which was called a top hat
Norma at twenty-two, holding a bridal bouquet, wearing a floppy hat, perplexed, faintly forlorn, on the edge of the unknown.
She wore a dress of black damask, a cape of the same material, and a bonnet of white crape.
I will be a sailor; instead of the costume of our fathers, which you despise, I will wear a varnished hat, a striped shirt, and a blue jacket, with an anchor on the buttons.
B：You‘ll have to wear this hard hat for the tour.
A：This one seems a little small for me.
B：Here, try this one.