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  • 101-bear — teddy bear …

    Dictionnaire des rimes

  • 102Bear-up — obsolete: an approach to a female for the purpose of engaging in amorous banter (i.e. fronting up boldly and uncouthly as a bear ; cf. the rare variant bull up ) …

    Dictionary of Australian slang

  • 103bear-up — Australian Slang obsolete: an approach to a female for the purpose of engaging in amorous banter (i.e. fronting up boldly and uncouthly as a bear ; cf. the rare variant bull up ) …

    English dialects glossary

  • 104Bear — Original name in latin Bear Name in other language State code US Continent/City America/New York longitude 39.62928 latitude 75.65826 altitude 19 Population 19371 Date 2011 05 14 …

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  • 105bear on — I (Roget s IV) , v. Syn. pertain, refer to, relate to, regard; see concern 1 . II bear on (or upon) (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To be pertinent: appertain, apply, concern, pertain, refer, relate. Idioms: have a bearing on, have to do with. See… …

    English dictionary for students

  • 106Bear — A roommate who goes out of your room only to go to class or use the bathroom. A very anti social person. James roommate Steve is a bear. He just stays in the room all the time, never participating in anything …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 107Bear — A roommate who goes out of your room only to go to class or use the bathroom. A very anti social person. James roommate Steve is a bear. He just stays in the room all the time, never participating in anything …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 108bear — n American a police officer, especially in the vocab ulary of CB radio. This usage derives from the US Forest Services fire warn ing posters showing Smokey the Bear in the uniform of a ranger. It was adopted by CB enthusiasts in the mid 1970s …

    Contemporary slang

  • 109bear n — Why don t bears wear shoes? So they can go bearfoot. forebear n, unbearable adj, big adj, bear v, boar n …

    English expressions

  • 110bear on — be relevant to. → bear …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 111bear up — remain cheerful in the face of adversity. → bear …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 112BEAR — abbr. VERMONT TEDDY BEAR INC NASDAQ …

    Dictionary of abbreviations

  • 113bear up — to be brave. I wonder where she finds the strength to bear up under so much unfair criticism …

    New idioms dictionary

  • 114bear — I. v. a. 1. Uphold, support, sustain, hold up. 2. Carry, transport, convey, waft. 3. Possess, have, hold. 4. Endure, suffer, undergo, brook, tolerate, abide, put up with, bear with, take patiently or easily, have patience with, submit to. 5.… …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 115Bear — /bɛə/ (say bair) noun the → Great Bear …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 116bear — Noun: A large mammal of the temperate and arctic zones, having a heavy coat of shaggy hair, varying in color, according to species, from black to brown, to gray, to white. Verb: To carry, as to bear arms …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 117bear up — verb Date: 1606 transitive verb support, encourage intransitive verb to summon up courage, resolution, or strength < bearing up under the strain > …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 118Bear — geographical name river 350 miles (563 kilometers) N Utah, SW Wyoming, & SE Idaho flowing to Great Salt Lake …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 119bear up — verb a) To sail close to the wind. b) To endure hardship cheerfully …

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  • 120Bear —    Contemporary illustrator of lesbian BDSM violence scenes, with fetish wearing women …

    Dictionary of erotic artists: painters, sculptors, printmakers, graphic designers and illustrators