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    #1

    "Put on", "wear", "escalate" glasses.

    Do we say we need to "put on" our glasses and "take off" our glasses or "wear" (I don't know what should be the opposite of wear here) our glasses?

    Do we also say "escalate your glasses" or "his glasses were escalated" if somebody's glasses are on their forehead?

    Please check.

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    #2

    Re: "Put on", "wear", "escalate" glasses.

    We put them on or take them off.

    We just say they are on their forehead.

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