English to Uzbek Meaning :: wearing

Wearing :
kiygan
- kiygan

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(1) Asked if the lack of recuperation time between the seasons is a wearing experience, Foster gives a definitive yes.(2) The comedy element of this comedy-thriller comes almost entirely from Trixie's spectacular destruction of the English language: it's the sort of verbal knockabout stuff that I love, but I can see how some people could find it wearing over an entire movie.(3) What might be a lot of fun at a rum-fuelled street party makes for a sometimes wearing experience in other contexts.(4) Fishing the bigger French lakes can be physically wearing and damned hard work.(5) It is wearingly self-indulgent in the way its author recounts every strategy, replays every achievement, extols every ally.(6) At the end, we were left with the unasked question: which are more wearingly tedious, secret loonies who try to walk through walls or whiny conspiracists who live to discover them?(7) Elsewhere, she puns wearingly on phrases like ‘doing it’ and ‘coming’, like a demented 14-year-old boy.
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(1) wear ::
kiyish
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Noun
2. wear ::
kiyish
3. wearing away ::
yuz kiygan
Verb
4. dress in ::
kiyinish
5. bear ::
ayiq
6. erode ::
nuratmoq
7. last ::
oxirgi
8. endure ::
toqat
9. have on ::
ega
10. wear down ::
pastga kiyish
11. assume ::
faraz
12. fall apart ::
qulaydigan
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