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Simple past tense for to support and take from one place to another
“The shield maiden would bear the maiden warrior's shield in battle, hence the name.”
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Simple past tense for to tolerate or endure
“As if no longer able to bear the echoes of horrors past, Kalin stopped his history lesson and looked at me for the first time in over an hour.”
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Simple past tense for to bring forth from the womb
“She was the woman who would bear his children, raise and nurture them.”
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Simple past tense for have or display as a visible mark or feature
“They not only show fine workmanship but also bear engraved marks.”
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Simple past tense for to support or hold up
“Instead the chains - which can bear a weight of 68 tonnes each - crank into action, lowering and raising the Hull tidal barrier into position.”
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Simple past tense for take responsibility for
“He accused the top officials of blaming each other with no one willing to bear the responsibility.”
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Simple past tense for be able to accept or stand up to
“The idea that the growing number of clubs standing on football's equivalent of death row are somehow the unfortunate victims of a natural disaster does not bear scrutiny.”
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Simple past tense for to occupy a place or location
“The countryside gradually lost its brightness as the green grass faded into yellows and the flowers dried up and died, not able to bear the chilly temperatures.”
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Simple past tense for to produce as revenue
“The trees grown in pots bear fruits, shed their leaves and flower around the same time as they do under natural conditions.”
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Simple past tense for turn and proceed in a specified direction
“Follow the forestry track until you emerge from the woods, cross the bridge over a burn, then bear right up the rough, stony and often wet track which rises steeply to the Bealach na Sroine.”
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Simple past tense for to have a relation or connection
“I just found another fact that bears on this issue.”
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Simple past tense for to have as a requirement
“… the violence in that country bears watching if the world wants to avoid a serious international conflict.”
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Simple past tense for support mentally
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Simple past tense for to go on a specified course or in a certain direction
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Past participle for to support and take from one place to another
“The shield maiden would bear the maiden warrior's shield in battle, hence the name.”
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Past participle for to tolerate or endure
“As if no longer able to bear the echoes of horrors past, Kalin stopped his history lesson and looked at me for the first time in over an hour.”
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Past participle for to bring forth from the womb
“She was the woman who would bear his children, raise and nurture them.”
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Past participle for have or display as a visible mark or feature
“They not only show fine workmanship but also bear engraved marks.”
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Past participle for to support or hold up
“Instead the chains - which can bear a weight of 68 tonnes each - crank into action, lowering and raising the Hull tidal barrier into position.”
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Past participle for take responsibility for
“He accused the top officials of blaming each other with no one willing to bear the responsibility.”
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Past participle for be able to accept or stand up to
“The idea that the growing number of clubs standing on football's equivalent of death row are somehow the unfortunate victims of a natural disaster does not bear scrutiny.”
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Past participle for to occupy a place or location
“The countryside gradually lost its brightness as the green grass faded into yellows and the flowers dried up and died, not able to bear the chilly temperatures.”
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Past participle for to produce as revenue
“The trees grown in pots bear fruits, shed their leaves and flower around the same time as they do under natural conditions.”
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To have tolerated
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To have received a particular treatment
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To have created or birthed new life
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To have given what is needed or desired
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To have headed straight towards a specified direction or object, usually at an accelerated speed
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