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To carry, bring or take something
“The three wise men will arrive soon, and each is expected to bear gifts.”
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To tolerate or endure
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“The flowers wilted, unable to bear the chilly temperatures.”
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To have or display as a visible mark or feature
“They show not only fine workmanship but also bear engraved emblems.”
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To support or hold up
“The chains can bear a significant weight of dozens of tonnes each.”
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To take responsibility for
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“Designers should bear the responsibility of implementing their plans.”
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To yield or produce as a result of an investment of money, time or effort
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“All of this hard work should bear fruit in good time.”
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To give birth to
“She would become the woman who would bear his children.”
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To move or proceed in a given course or direction
“The road will bear right after the signpost.”
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To harbor feelings or thoughts
“And in spite of it, I continued to bear good feelings for you in my heart.”
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To spread information or news
“Messengers were dispatched to local townships to bear news of the findings.”
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To conduct oneself in a specified manner
“Elegance runs much deeper than how you dress, or even how you bear yourself in the world.”
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To have as a requirement or need
“The writing of new texts in history and economics will bear watching to see if democratic values are incorporated.”
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(bear on) To have a relation or connection with
“Shown here are two extensive sets of data that bear on this issue.”
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To receive a particular treatment
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To cause (something) to pass on from one person or place to another
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To be capable of supplying
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To be applicable or relevant to
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To contain or have within
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To possess or be responsible for
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To pack or fill very tightly
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To have enough money to pay for
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To show a preference for
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To occupy a position in space
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To move or be carried by or as if by wind
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To move somewhere in a slow and steady way
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To sell or supply with merchandise
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To move in a specified direction
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To keep a particular state constant or consistent
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Leave to begin new venture
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To be pregnant with
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To position or place something in a particular place or spot
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Be clothed in
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To remain valid or unaltered
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To continue to operate or remain usable
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To be successful
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Be part of, be in proper place
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Create, think up
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Be an indication of
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To teem, or be overrun or overflowing with
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Feel intense sorrow
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To place a weight, load or burden on
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To comprehensively defeat
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Draw in a specified direction by creating a vacuum
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To conduct oneself in a particular way
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To accompany and look after or supervise
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To present or put forward
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(colloquial, US) A difficult or tedious undertaking
“We are expecting the upcoming project to be a bear.”
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One who mutters
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A member of a police force, especially one who is male
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An uncouth and aggressive man or boy
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A rough, bad-mannered, or generally reprehensible person
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Merchant venturer
Adjective
(stock market) Tending towards lower prices
Adjective
Carrying developing offspring within the body
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