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    Wear well

    We use "wear well" to say something is still in a good condition.
    Can it be used to refer to someone who is still young-looking? If yes, what's the opposite (of wear well)?
    Please provide me with some example.

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    Re: Wear well

    Quote Originally Posted by English Freak View Post
    Can it be used to refer to someone who is still young-looking? It can.
    If yes, what's the opposite (of wear well)? Doesn't wear well.
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