-ware
[wɛː]
COMBININGFORM
  1. denoting articles made of ceramic or used in cooking and serving food.
    "tableware" ·
    "bakeware"
  2. denoting a kind of software.
    "groupware"
ware
[wɛː]
NOUN
wares (plural noun)
  1. pottery, typically that of a specified type.
    "blue-and-white majolica ware" ·
    "Minoan potters produced an astonishing variety of wares"
Origin
Old English waru ‘commodities’, of Germanic origin, perhaps the same word as Scots ware ‘cautiousness’, and having the primary sense ‘object of care’ ; related to ware2.
ware
[wɛː]
ADJECTIVE
archaic
  1. aware.
    "thou speak'st wiser than thou art ware of"
Origin
Old English wær, from the Germanic base of ware3.
ware
[wɛː]
EXCLAMATION
wares (third person present) · wared (past tense) · wared (past participle) · waring (present participle) · 'ware (verb) · 'wares (third person present) · 'wared (past tense) · 'wared (past participle) · 'waring (present participle)
  1. used as a warning cry, typically during a hunt.
    synonyms:
    be on your guard · watch out · look out · mind out · be wary · be careful ·
    be cautious · be on the lookout · be on the alert · keep your eyes open · keep a sharp lookout · be on the qui vive · take care · take heed · have a care · take it slowly · look where you're going · tread carefully · proceed with caution · watch your step · keep an eye out · keep your eyes peeled/skinned · look before you leap · think twice · cave · fore · ware
    antonyms:
Origin
Old English warian ‘be on one's guard’, from a Germanic base meaning ‘observe, take care’.
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How to use ware in a sentence?
Minoan potters produced an astonishing variety of wares.
traders in the street markets displayed their wares.
this clay, carefully levigated, yielded a red ware.
thou speak'st wiser than thou art ware of.
blue-and-white majolica ware.
aluminium ware.
biscuit ware.
crystal ware.
Parian ware.
How to say ware in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans werktyd
Arabic (NOUN)ير, سلعة
Bangla ওয়্যার
Bosnian (Latin) roba
Bulgarian (NOUN)фаянс, Уеър, изделия, спайуер, съдове
Cantonese (Traditional) 潔具
Catalan (NOUN)estri, Pisa
Chinese Simplified 洁具
Chinese Traditional 潔具
Croatian (NOUN)roba, galanterije, keramika, posuđe
(ADJECTIVE)budan
Czech (ADJECTIVE)konzumních
(NOUN)nádobí
Dutch (NOUN)consumptieaardappelen, aardewerk, waakzaam
Estonian (NOUN)nõud, söögikartuli
Filipino tinda
Finnish (NOUN)ruokaperunan, myyntitavara
French (NOUN)vaisselle, primeur
German (NOUN)Geschirr
Greek (NOUN)εχόντων, υγιεινής, Όψιμες, σκεύη, εμπορεύματα
Hebrew (NOUN)וואר
Hindi (NOUN)वेयर, बर्तन
Hmong Daw tais
Hungarian (NOUN)vigyáz, áruburgonya, áru, edények
(ADJECTIVE)étkezési
Icelandic (NOUN)leirmunir
Italian (NOUN)ceramiche, merce
Japanese (NOUN)ウェア, 陶器, 土器, 焼, ウエア, 青銅器
Kiswahili bidhaa
Korean (NOUN)도자기, 웨어, 상품
Latvian (NOUN)izstrādājumi, galda, trauki, piederumi
Lithuanian (NOUN)sandėliavimui, dirbinių, gaminiai, indai
Maltese għall-bejgħ
Persian (NOUN)افزار, اوتوماتیک, لباس, ظروف, انبار
Polish (NOUN)naczynia, towar
Portuguese (NOUN)mercadorias, predestinados, utensílios, louça
Romanian (NOUN)utilarea, vase, vesela
Russian (NOUN)продовольственный, посуда, изделия, Уэа, утварь, товар, керамики
(ADJECTIVE)продовольственного
Serbian (Cyrillic) Вер
Serbian (Latin) Ver
Slovak (NOUN)keramika
(VERB)konzumné
Slovenian (NOUN)jedilni, merkantilno, oprema, pozni
Spanish (NOUN)vajilla, mercancías, utensilios, menaje
Swedish (NOUN)warena, matpotatis, porslin
Tamil வேர்
Telugu వేర్
Thai (NOUN)(
Turkish (NOUN)Gereçleri, -ylar, eşya, ÖZKORUMAK, ekipmanları
Ukrainian (NOUN)вироби, посуд, Уеа, приналежності, продовольчий
Urdu نے
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