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Irregular Forms: ⇒ {bear}


زاییده شده ، متولد
born
[adjective]
Synonyms: inherent, built-in, congenital, constitutional, deep-seated, essential, inborn, inbred, ingenerate, intrinsic
[verb]
Synonyms: bear, birth, bring forth, deliver

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. born1 S1 W2 verb

1. be born when a person or animal is born, they come out of their mother’s body or out of an egg:
Forty lambs were born this spring.
be born in
Swift was born in 1667.
be born at
Then, most babies were born at home.
be born on
I was born on December 15th, 1973.
be born into/to/of something (=be born in a particular situation, type of family etc)
One third of all children are born into single-parent families.
be born with something (=have a particular disease, type of character etc since birth)
Jenny was born with a small hole in her heart.
I was born and raised (=was born and grew up) in Alabama.
be born blind/deaf etc (=be blind, deaf etc when born)
a newly-born baby
the queen’s firstborn son
be born lucky/unlucky etc (=always be lucky, unlucky etc)
Australian/French etc born (=born in or as a citizen of Australia etc)
Do not say ‘I born’, ‘I have been born’, or ‘I am born’. Say I was born: I was born in Pakistan.

2. START EXISTING be born something that is born starts to exist:
the country where the sport of cricket was born
be born (out) of (=as a result of a particular situation)
The alliance was born of necessity in 1941.
Bill spoke with a cynicism born of bitter experience.

3. born and bred born and having grown up in a particular place and having the typical qualities of someone from that place:
I was born and bred in Liverpool.

4. be born to do/be something to be very suitable for a particular job, activity etc:
He was born to be a politician.

5. I wasn’t born yesterday spoken used to tell someone you think is lying to you that you are not stupid enough to believe them

6. there’s one born every minute spoken used to say that someone has been very stupid or easily deceived

7. be born under a lucky/unlucky star to always have good or bad luck in your life

8. be born with a silver spoon in your mouth to be born into a rich family ⇒ natural-born

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. born2 adjective [only before noun]
[Language: Old English; Origin: boren, past participle of beran; bear1]

1. born leader/musician/teacher etc someone who has a strong natural ability to lead, play music etc:
the skill of a born actor

2. born loser someone who always seems to have bad things happen to them

3. in all your born days old-fashioned used to express surprise or annoyance at something that you have never heard about before

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

born
verb be born
ADV. prematurely
PREP. into She was born into a wealthy family.
of (formal) to be born of noble parents
to babies who are born to very young mothers
with Their child was born with a serious medical problem.
PHRASES American, British, etc. born The part is played by an American-born actress.
be born alive/dead, be born and bred/brought up/raised I was born and bred in Liverpool.
be born blind, deaf, etc., be born out of wedlock/outside marriage

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

born
verb
1.
BAD: My name is Ali Sariat and I born in Tehran.
GOOD: My name is Ali Sariat and I was born in Tehran.

Usage Note:
be born : 'Do you realize that a child is born every few seconds.' 'The baby was born in the middle of the night.' 'It was the first time I'd actually watched a child being born.'

2.
BAD: I have been born in a town just outside Paris.
GOOD: I was born in a town just outside Paris.

Usage Note:
Use 'I was born', 'They were born', etc (NOT 'I have been born' or 'I am born'): 'I'll never forget the day when the seven puppies were born.'

3.
BAD: He was born in a Catholic family.
GOOD: He was born into a Catholic family.

Usage Note:
be born into a particular type of family, world, etc (NOT in ): 'She was born into a world that was on the brink of war.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

born
bɔ:n
See: natural-born , to the manner born

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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