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bear /beə/
  • (bất qui tắc) ngoại động từ (bore; borne, born)
    • mang, cầm, vác, đội, đeo, ôm
      • to bear a message: mang một bức thư
      • to bear traces of a bombardment: mang dấu vết một cuộc ném bom
      • the document bears no date: tài liệu không đề ngày
      • to bear in mind: ghi nhớ; nhớ không quên
    • chịu, chịu đựng
      • to bear a part of the expenses: chịu một phần các khoản chi
      • I can't bear that fellow: tôi không chịu được cái thằng cha ấy
    • sinh, sinh sản, sinh lợi
      • to fruit: ra quả, sinh quả
      • to bear interest: sinh lãi, có lãi
      • to bear a child: sinh con
      • to be born in 1940: sinh năm 1940
      • to bear oneself: cư xử, xử sự
  • nội động từ
    • chịu, chịu đựng
      • to grin and bear: cười mà chịu đứng
    • chống đỡ, đỡ
      • this beam can't bear: cái xà này không chống đỡ nổi
    • có hiệu lực, ăn thua
      • this argument did not bear: lý lẽ đó chẳng ăn thua gì; lý lẽ đó không có hiệu lực
    • rẽ, quay, hướng về
      • to bear to the right: rẽ sang phải
    • ở vào (vị trí nào...)
      • this island bears N.E. of the harbour: đảo đó ở về phía đông bắc hải cảng
    • sinh, sinh sản, sinh lợi
      • all these pear-trees bear very well: những cây lê này sinh rất nhiều quả, những cây lê này rất sai quả
    • to bear away
      • mang đi, cuốn đi, lôi đi
    • to bear away the prize: giật giải, đoạt giải, chiếm giải
    • to be borne away by one's enthusiasm: để cho nhiệt tình lôi cuốn đi
    • đi xa, đi sang hướng khác
      • to bear down: đánh quỵ, đánh gục
      • to bear down an enemy: đánh quỵ kẻ thù
      • to bear down upon: sà xuống, xông vào, chồm tới
      • to bear down upon the enemy: xông vào kẻ thù
      • to bear in: (hàng hải) đi về phía
      • they were bearing in with the harbour: họ đang đi về phía cảng
    • to bear of
      • tách ra xa không cho tới gần
    • mang đi, cuốn đi, lôi đi, đoạt
      • to bear off the prize: đoạt giải, giật giải, chiếm giải
    • (hàng hải) rời bến xa thuyền (thuyền, tàu)
    • to bear on (upon)
      • có liên quan tới, quy vào
    • all the evidence bears on the same point: tất cả chứng cớ đều quy vào một điểm
    • tì mạnh vào, chống mạnh vào; ấn mạnh xuống
      • if you bear too hard on the point of you pencil, it may break: nếu anh ấn đầu bút chì, nó có thể gãy
    • to bear out
      • xác nhận, xác minh
    • statements is borne out by these documents: lời tuyên bố đã được những tài liệu này xác minh
    • to bear up
      • chống đỡ (vật gì)
    • ủng hộ (ai)
    • có nghị lực, không để cho quỵ; không thất vọng
      • to be the man to bear up against misfortunes: là người có đủ nghị lực chịu đựng được những nỗi bất hạnh
    • (hàng hải) tránh (gió ngược)
      • to bear up for: đổi hướng để tránh gió
    • to bear comparison with
      • (xem) comparison
    • to bear a hand
      • (xem) hand
    • to bear hard upon somebody
      • đè nặng lên ai; đè nén ai
    • to bear a part
      • chịu một phần
    • to bear a resemblance to
      • (xem) resemblance
    • to bear with somebody
      • khoan thứ ai, chịu đựng ai
    • to bear testimony to
      • (xem) testimony
    • to bear witness to
      • (xem) witness
    • it is now borne in upon me that...
      • bây giờ tôi hoàn toàn tin tưởng rằng...
  • danh từ
    • con gấu
    • người thô lỗ, người thô tục
    • (thiên văn học) chòm sao gấu
      • the Great Bear: chòm sao Gấu lớn, chòm sao Đại hùng
    • to be a bear for punishment
      • chịu đựng được sự trừng phạt hành hạ, chịu đựng ngoan cường sự trừng phạt hành hạ
    • to sell the bear's skin before one has caught the bear
      • bán da gấu trước khi bắt được gấu; chưa đẻ đã đặt tên
    • surly (sulky, cross) as a bear
      • cau có, nhăn nhó, gắt như mắm tôm
    • to take a bear by the tooth
      • liều vô ích; tự dấn thân vào chỗ nguy hiểm một cách không cần thiết
  • danh từ
    • sự đầu cơ giá hạ (chứng khoán); sự làm cho sụt giá (chứng khoán)
    • người đầu cơ giá hạ (chứng khoán)
    • động từ
      • đầu cơ giá hạ (chứng khoán)
      • làm cho sụt giá (chứng khoán)
    Concise Dictionary
    bore|born|borne|bears|bearingbeə
    noun
    +massive plantigrade carnivorous or omnivorous mammals with long shaggy coats and strong claws
    +an investor with a pessimistic market outlook; an investor who expects prices to fall and so sells now in order to buy later at a lower price
    verb
    +have
    +cause_to_be_born
    +put up with something or somebody unpleasant
    +move while holding up or supporting
    +bring forth, "The apple tree bore delicious apples this year"
    +take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person
    +contain or hold; have within
    +bring in
    +have on one's person
    +behave in a certain manner
    +have rightfully; of rights, titles, and offices
    +support or hold in a certain manner
    +be pregnant with

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 carry, transport, convey, move, take, Colloq tote:
    She was borne round the stadium on the shoulders of her team-mates.
    2 carry, support, sustain, shoulder, hold up, uphold; suffer, undergo, experience, endure:
    Looking after her invalid mother while working is a heavy burden to bear.
    3 merit, be worthy of, warrant; provoke, invite:
    Gordon's suggestion bears looking into.
    4 stand, abide, tolerate, brook, survive, endure, stand up to; reconcile oneself to, admit of, Colloq put up with:
    How can you bear such boring people? His actions will not bear examination. I cannot bear to see you unhappy.
    5 have, carry, show, exhibit, display, sustain:
    The getaway car bore German licence plates. The knight bore the scars of many battles. She bears her grandmother's name.
    6 produce, yield, develop, breed, generate, engender; give birth to, spawn, bring forth:
    Our apple tree did not bear any fruit this year. She bore thirteen children and still had time to write books.
    7 entertain, harbour, wish:
    He bore her no ill will, despite her accusations.
    8 bear on or upon. relate or have relevance or be relevant to or pertain to, touch on or upon, affect, concern, have a bearing on or upon, influence:
    I don't quite see how your illness bears on which school James attends.
    9 bear out. confirm, support, corroborate, substantiate, uphold, back up:
    The evidence bears out what I said.
    10 bear up.
    (a) survive, hold out, stand up, hold up, withstand:
    Can Alex bear up under the strain of keeping two jobs?
    (b) support, cheer, encourage:
    What hope have you to bear you up?
    11 bear with. put up with, be patient with, make allowance(s) for:
    Please bear with me, I'm sure you'll think it was worth waiting when you see the finished result.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb (bore )
    accept / deal with
    1 (used with can / could in negative sentences and questions) to be able to accept and deal with sth unpleasant
    Synonym: STAND
    [VN] The pain was almost more than he could bear. + She couldn't bear the thought of losing him. + [V -ing] I can't bear having cats in the house. + [V to inf] How can you bear to eat that stuff? + [V -ing, V to inf] He can't bear being laughed at. + He can't bear to be laughed at. [also VN -ing]
    not be suitable
    2 not ~ sth / doing sth to not be suitable for sth: [VN] Her later work does not bear comparison with her earlier novels (= because it is not nearly as good). + The plan won't bear close inspection (= it will be found to be not satisfactory when carefully examined). + [V -ing] The joke doesn't bear repeating (= because it is not funny or may offend people). + His sufferings don't bear thinking about (= because they are so terrible).
    be responsible for sth
    3 [VN] (written) to take responsibility for sth: She bore the responsibility for most of the changes. + Do parents have to bear the whole cost of tuition fees? + You shouldn't have to bear the blame for other people's mistakes.
    negative feeling
    4 ~ sth (against / towards sb)
    ~ sb sth (written) to have a feeling, especially a negative feeling: [VN] He bears no resentment towards them. + [VNN] She bore him no ill will. + [VN, VNN] He's borne a grudge against me ever since that day. + He's borne me a grudge ever since that day.
    support weight
    5 [VN] to support the weight of sb/sth: The ice is too thin to bear your weight.
    show
    6 [VN] (written) to show sth; to carry sth so that it can be seen: The document bore her signature. + He was badly wounded in the war and still bears the scars. + She bears little resemblance to (= is not much like) her mother. + The title of the essay bore little relation to (= was not much connected with) the contents.
    name
    7 [VN] (formal) to have a particular name: a family that bore an ancient and honoured name
    carry
    8 [VN] (old-fashioned or formal) to carry sb/sth, especially while moving: three kings bearing gifts
    yourself
    9 [VN] ~ yourself well, etc. (written) to move, behave or act in a particular way: He bears himself (= stands, walks, etc.) proudly, like a soldier. + She bore herself with dignity throughout the funeral.
    child
    10 (formal) to give birth to a child: [VN] She was not able to bear children. + [VNN] She had borne him six sons.
    of trees / plants
    11 [VN] (formal) to produce flowers or fruit
    turn
    12 [V] ~ (to the) left, north, etc. to go or turn in the direction mentioned: When you get to the fork in the road, bear right.
    Idioms: bear arms (old use) to be a soldier; to fight
    bear fruit to have a successful result
    bear hard, heavily, severely, etc. on sb (formal) to be a cause of difficulty or suffering to sb: Taxation bears heavily on us all.
    be borne in on sb (formal, especially BrE) to be realized by sb, especially after a period of time: It was gradually borne in on us that defeat was inevitable.
    bring sth to bear (on sb/sth) (formal) to use energy, pressure, influence, etc. to try to achieve sth or make sb do sth: We must bring all our energies to bear upon the task. + Pressure was brought to bear on us to finish the work on time.
    more at CROSS n., BRUNT, GRIN v., MIND n., WITNESS n.
    Phrasal Verbs: bear down on sb/sth
    1 (especially BrE) to move quickly towards sb/sth in a determined or threatening way
    2 (especially AmE) to press on sb/sth: Bear down on it with all your strength so it doesn't move.
    bear on sth (written) to relate to sth
    Synonym: AFFECT
    These are matters that bear on the welfare of the community.
    bear sb/sth<->out (especially BrE) to show that sb is right or that sth is true: The other witnesses will bear me out. + The other witnesses will bear out what I say.
    bear up (against / under sth) to remain as cheerful as possible during a difficult time: He's bearing up well under the strain of losing his job. + 'How are you?' 'Bearing up.'
    bear with sb/sth to be patient with sb/sth: She's under a lot of strain. Just bear with her. + If you will bear with me (= be patient and listen to me) a little longer, I'll answer your question.
    + noun
    1 a heavy wild animal with thick fur and sharp CLAWS (= pointed parts on the ends of its feet). There are many types of bear: a black bear
    See also - GRIZZLY BEAR, POLAR BEAR, TEDDY BEAR
    2 (finance) a person who sells shares in a company, etc., hoping to buy them back later at a lower price: a bear market (= in which share prices are falling)
    Compare: BULL
    See also - BEARISH
    Idioms: like a bear with a sore head (informal) bad-tempered: I should keep out of his way. He's like a bear with a sore head this morning.
    Collocation Dictionary
    verb

    1 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.

    2 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.



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