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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
born /bɔ:n/
  • động tính từ quá khứ của bear
  • tính từ
    • bẩm sinh, đẻ ra đã là
      • a born poet; a poet born: nhà thơ bẩm sinh
    • thậm, chí, hết sức
      • a born fool: người chí ngu
    • in all one's born days
      • suốt đời
Concise Dictionary
bɔːn
noun
+British nuclear physicist (born in Germany) honored for his contributions to quantum mechanics (1882-1970)
adj.
+brought into existence
+being talented through inherited qualities

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, adjective
+ verb (be born) (used only in the passive, without by)
1 (abbreviation b.) to come out of your mother's body at the beginning of your life: [VN] I was born in 1976. + He was born in a small village in northern Spain. + She was born into a very musical family. + He was born of / to German parents. + She was born with a weak heart. + [VN-ADJ] Her brother was born blind (= was blind when he was born). + [VN-N] John Wayne was born Marion Michael Morrison (= that was his name at birth).
2 [VN] (of an idea, an organization, a feeling, etc.) to start to exist: 'Solidarity' was born as a protest movement, not a political party. + She acted with a courage born (out) of desperation.
3 (-born) (in compounds) born in the order, way, place, etc. mentioned: firstborn + nobly-born + French-born
See also - NEWBORN
Idioms: be born to be / do sth to have sth as your DESTINY (= what is certain to happen to you) from birth: He was born to be a great composer.
born and bred born and having grown up in a particular place with a particular background and education: He was born and bred in Boston. + I'm a Londoner, born and bred.
born with a silver spoon in your mouth (saying) having rich parents
in all my born days (old-fashioned, informal) used when you are very surprised at sth you have never heard or seen before: I've never heard such nonsense in all my born days.
not be born yesterday (spoken) used to say that you are not stupid enough to believe what sb is telling you: Oh yeah? I wasn't born yesterday, you know.
there's one born every minute (saying) used to say that sb is very stupid
more at KNOW v., MANNER, WAY n.
+ adjective [only before noun] having a natural ability or skill for a particular activity or job: a born athlete / writer / leader + a born loser (= a person who always loses or is unsuccessful)
Collocation Dictionary
verb

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



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