wear through

wear through
v + adv (get hole in) \<\<soles/cloth\>\> agujerearse

the jacket had worn through at the elbows — la chaqueta tenía los codos raídos or tenía agujeros en los codos

1.
VT + ADV

the sole of his boot was completely worn through — con el uso la suela de la bota se le había agujereado

2.
VI + ADV [clothing] romperse or agujerearse con el uso

it has worn through at the elbows — con el uso se ha roto or agujereado por los codos

* * *
v + adv (get hole in) \<\<soles/cloth\>\> agujerearse

the jacket had worn through at the elbows — la chaqueta tenía los codos raídos or tenía agujeros en los codos


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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