Meaning of TIRE in English

I. verb (~d; tiring) Etymology: Middle English tyren, from Old English tēorian, tȳrian Date: before 12th century intransitive verb to become weary, transitive verb to exhaust or greatly decrease the physical strength of ; fatigue , to wear out the patience of ; bore , Synonyms: see: ~ II. noun Etymology: Middle English, short for at~ Date: 14th century at~ , a woman's headband or hair ornament, III. transitive verb (~d; tiring) Date: 14th century at~ , to adorn (the hair) with an ornament, IV. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English, probably from 2~ Date: 15th century a metal hoop forming the tread of a wheel, a rubber cushion that fits around a wheel (as of an automobile) and usually contains compressed air

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