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wear (something)

slang To accept, tolerate, or endure something. Primarily heard in UK. The boss indicated that he would not be willing to wear the deal if it did not include provisions for his staff. I guess we'll just have to wear the decision for now. I know you don't like working weekends, but you'll just have to wear it until our financial situation improves.
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wear

tv. to tolerate something. (Usually negative.) That’s no good. I won’t wear it.
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