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bear /beə $ ber/ verb (past tense bore /bɔː $ bɔːr/, past participle borne /bɔːn $ bɔːrn/) [transitive]

Irregular Forms: (bore)(born)(borne)

در بر داشتن ، تاثیر داشتن ، (با on یا(upon ، کسی که اعتقاد به تنزل قیمت کالای خود دارد و به همین دلیل سعی می کند که کالای را از طریق واسطه و با تعیین اجل برای تحویل بفروشد ، برعهده گرفتن ، تقبل کردن ، حاوی بودن
(n.) خرس ، سلف فروشی سهام اوراق قرضه در بورس بقیمتی ارزانتر از قیمت واقعی ، )
باحروف درشت) لقب روسیه ودولت شوروی
(vt.& vi.) بردن ، حمل کردن ، دربرداشتن ، داشتن ، زاییدن ، میوه دادن ، (مج). تاب اوردن ، تحمل کردن ، مربوط بودن on (و) upon ، قانون ـ فقه: تا شاید در مدت اجل بتواند همان کالا را به قیمت ارزانتر بخرد ، بازرگانی: تحمل کردن ، علوم نظامی: در سمت قرار گرفتن در سمت ، علوم دریایی: در سمت قرار گرفتن در سمت

: bear (to)

معماری: تاب اوردن
- support, have, hold, maintain, possess, shoulder, sustain, uphold
- carry, bring, convey, hump (Brit. slang), move, take, transport
- produce, beget, breed, bring forth, engender, generate, give birth to, yield
- tolerate, abide, allow, brook, endure, permit, put up with (informal), stomach, suffer
Contrasted words: lack, need, want, abort, miscarry, decline, refuse, reject, spurn, avoid, bypass, elude, evade, shun
Related Idioms: bring abed, bring to bed, bring to birth, give birth to, have a baby, make do, put up with, take lying down
Related Words: shoulder, display, exhibit, show, breed, engender, generate, propagate, reproduce, fructify, fruit, fabricate, fashion, form, make, shape, create, invent, afflict, torment, torture, try, allow, condone, countenance, permit, acquiesce, bow, defer, submit, yield
English Thesaurus: carry, tote, lug, cart, schlep, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. bear1 S2 W2 /beə $ ber/ verb (past tense bore /bɔː $ bɔːr/, past participle borne /bɔːn $ bɔːrn/) [transitive]
[Word Family: verb: bear; noun: bearer; adverb: bearablyunbearably; adjective: bearableunbearable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: beran]

1. DEAL WITH SOMETHING to bravely accept or deal with a painful, difficult, or upsetting situation Synonym : stand:
She was afraid she wouldn’t be able to bear the pain.
Overcrowding makes prison life even harder to bear.
Make the water as hot as you can bear.
The humiliation was more than he could bear.
Black people continue to bear the brunt of most racial violence (=have to deal with the most difficult or damaging part).
Passengers could be insulting, and stewardesses just had to grin and bear it (=accept it without complaining).
Experts were worried the financial system would not be able to bear the strain.

In everyday English, people usually say that they can’t stand something, rather than that they can't bear it:
I couldn’t stand the noise any longer.

2. can’t bear something spoken
a) to be so upset about something that you feel unable to accept it or let it happen Synonym : can’t stand:
Please don’t leave me. I couldn’t bear it.
can’t bear the thought of (doing) something
I just can’t bear the thought of having to start all over.
can’t bear to do something
I can’t bear to see her cry.
can’t bear doing something
I couldn’t bear not seeing him again.
b) to dislike something or someone very much, often so that they make you feel annoyed or impatient Synonym : can’t stand:
Oh, I really can’t bear him.
can’t bear somebody doing something
He can’t bear people smoking while he’s eating.
can’t bear doing something
I can’t bear being cold.

3. bear (something) in mind to remember a fact or piece of information that is important or could be useful in the future Synonym : keep (something) in mind
bear in mind (that)
Bear in mind that some children will need help.

4. ACCEPT/BE RESPONSIBLE FOR formal to be responsible for or accept something
bear the costs/burden
Each company will bear half the costs of development.
Fares have gone up, perhaps to more than the market will bear.
bear the responsibility/blame etc
Developed countries bear much of the responsibility for environmental problems.

5. SUPPORT to be under something and support it Synonym : hold:
My leg was painful, and I wasn’t sure it would bear my weight.
a tray bearing a bottle and several glasses
a load-bearing wall

6. SIGN/MARK formal to have or show a sign, mark, or particular appearance, especially when this shows that something has happened or is true Synonym : have:
The letter bore no signature.
a car bearing diplomatic license plates
The labels bear a yellow and black symbol.
The town still bears the scars of the bombings during the war.
The store bears the hallmarks (=it has the qualities) of a family-owned business.

7. bear a resemblance/relation to somebody/something to be similar to someone or something else:
The child bore a striking resemblance to his father.
The things she says bear little relation to what she actually does.

8. BABY formal to give birth to a baby:
She might never be able to bear children.
bear somebody a child/son/daughter
She bore him three sons.

9. bear fruit
a) if a plan, decision etc bears fruit, it is successful, especially after a long period of time:
Charles’s diplomacy eventually bore fruit.
b) if a tree bears fruit, it produces fruit

10. ABLE TO BE EXAMINED/COMPARED ETC [often in negatives] to be suitable or good enough to be examined, compared, repeated etc without failing or being wrong:
The production figures did not bear scrutiny.
We believe our pupils’ results will bear comparison with any in Scotland.
The story is well known, but it certainly bears repeating.

11. something doesn’t bear thinking about used to say that something is so upsetting or shocking that you prefer not to think about it:
The long-term consequences of a nuclear leak don’t bear thinking about.

12. bear interest if a bank account, investment etc bears interest, the bank pays you a particular amount of money for keeping your money in the account

13. CARRY literary to carry someone or something, especially something important:
The wedding guests arrived, bearing gifts.
The US Constitution states that the people have a right to bear arms.

14. bring pressure/influence to bear (on somebody/something) to use your influence or power to get what you want:
Unions can bring pressure to bear on governments.

15. bear witness/testimony to something formal to show that something is true or exists:
The empty workshops bear witness to the industrial past.

16. HAVE FEELINGS formal to have a particular feeling, especially a bad feeling
bear (somebody) a grudge (=continue to feel annoyed after a long time)
It was an accident. I don’t bear any grudges.
bear somebody no malice/ill will etc (=not feel angry)
He was just doing his job, and I bore him no malice.

17. bear right/left to turn towards the right or left:
When you reach the fork in the trail, bear left.

18. bear yourself formal to walk, stand etc in a particular way, especially when this shows your character:
She bore herself with great dignity.

19. WIND/WATER literary if wind, water, or air bears something, it carries it somewhere:
The sound of music was borne along on the wind.

20. NAME/TITLE formal to have a particular name or title:
He bore the name ‘Magnus’.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. bear2 noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: bera]

1. a large strong animal with thick fur, that eats flesh, fruit, and insects:
a mother bear and her cubsgrizzly bear, polar bear, teddy bear

2. American English informal something that is very difficult to do or to deal with:
The chemistry test was a bear.

3. be like a bear with a sore head British English informal to be rude to people because you are feeling bad-tempered

4. technical someone who sells shares or goods when they expect the price to fall ⇒ bull

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. accept/deal with sth
VERB + BEAR be able/unable to, can/could (hardly/scarcely) Don't leave me alone. I wouldn't be able to bear it. How can you bear this awful noise? We could hardly bear to be outdoors in the blinding sunlight.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. be responsible for sth
VERB + BEAR have to, must Do parents have to bear the whole cost of tuition fees? You must bear at least some responsibility for what has happened.
PHRASAL VERBS bear on/upon sb/sth
ADV. heavily The burden of the tax bore most heavily on the poor.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


bear the pain
He knew that he couldn’t bear the pain much longer.
bear the heat/cold
Some people find it hard to bear the heat in the summer.
bear the strain/pressure
Mark couldn’t bear the pressure of the job any longer.
can hardly bear something (=find something very difficult or upsetting to do)
He was so ashamed that he could hardly bear to look at her.
be unable to bear something
Fiona was unable to bear the thought of selling the house.
be hard to bear
The situation was very hard to bear.
be more than somebody can bear
He sometimes felt the grief was more than he could bear.
bear the brunt of something (=be in the worst position and have to deal with it)
Shareholders will bear the brunt of the company’s financial troubles.
grin and bear it (=accept it without complaining)
It was a horrible job but she had to grin and bear it.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: The government also controls the number of children that a

Usage Note:
couple can bear.
GOOD: The government also controls the number of children that a couple can have.
BAD: I want to get married and bear children.
GOOD: I want to get married and have children.
Bear (sb) a child is used only in formal styles and refers to the physical process of giving birth: 'She bore her husband two daughters and one son.' The subject of bear is always a woman.
When you are talking about beginning a family or the number of children in a family, use have (NOT bear ): 'We'd like to have children while we're still young.'

BAD: 'I can't bear any longer,' he said. 'I'm ready to resign.'
GOOD: 'I can't bear it any longer,' he said. 'I'm ready to resign.'
BAD: I can't bear if someone starts cracking their knuckles.
GOOD: I can't bear it if someone starts cracking their knuckles.

Usage Note:
can't bear + it (+ if/when clause): 'I can't bear it when people start complaining about nothing.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: grin and bear it , loaded for bear

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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