bear+with

  • 1 bear with — (someone/something) to be patient with someone or something. Just bear with me while I finish downloading this file …

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  • 2 bear with — [v] tolerate be patient, endure, forbear, make allowance, put up with, suffer, wait; concept 23 Ant. not bear, not tolerate …

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  • 3 bear with — ► bear with be patient or tolerant with. Main Entry: ↑bear …

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  • 4 bear with — index condone, excuse, forbear, submit (yield), suffer (permit), tolerate, vouchsafe …

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  • 5 bear with — BE PATIENT WITH, show forbearance towards, make allowances for, tolerate, put up with, endure. → bear * * * phrasal : to be indulgent, patient, or forbearing with : endure bear with the old bore for a while longer * * * bear with To make… …

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  • 6 bear with — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms bear with : present tense I/you/we/they bear with he/she/it bears with present participle bearing with past tense bore with past participle borne with spoken bear with me/us used as a polite way of asking… …

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  • 7 bear with — {v.}, {formal} To have patience with; not get angry with. * /Your little sister is sick. Try to bear with her when she cries./ * /It is hard to bear with criticism./ Syn.: PUT UP WITH. Compare: CARRY ONE S CROSS …

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  • 8 bear with — {v.}, {formal} To have patience with; not get angry with. * /Your little sister is sick. Try to bear with her when she cries./ * /It is hard to bear with criticism./ Syn.: PUT UP WITH. Compare: CARRY ONE S CROSS …

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  • 9 bear\ with — v formal To have patience with; not get angry with. Your little sister is sick. try to bear with her when she cries. It is hard to bear with criticism. Syn.: put up with Compare: carry one s cross …

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  • 10 bear with — PHRASAL VERB If you ask someone to bear with you, you are asking them to be patient. [V P n] If you ll bear with me, Frank, just let me try to explain …

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  • 11 bear with — if you ll just bear with us, I m sure the lights will be back on soon Syn: be patient with, show forbearance toward, make allowances for, tolerate, put up with, endure …

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  • 12 bear with — verb To be patient with. Please bear with me a moment while I connect you to his office …

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  • 13 ˈbear ˌwith sb — phrasal verb spoken used as a polite way of asking someone to be patient while you do something Bear with me – I won t be long.[/ex] …

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  • 14 bear with — Synonyms and related words: abide, abide with, allow for, bear, bide, blink at, brave, brook, condone, connive at, countenance, disregard, endure, hang in, hang in there, hang tough, have, hear of, ignore, indulge, leave unavenged, let it go,… …

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  • 15 bear with — be patient or tolerant with. → bear …

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  • 16 bear with — See bear, 4 …

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  • 17 bear with — Syn: be patient with, make allowances for, tolerate, put up with, endure …

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  • 18 bear with — phrasal to be indulgent, patient, or forbearing with …

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  • 19 bear with — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. tolerate, be patient, suffer, put up with; see endure 2 …

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  • 20 bear with — be patient, endure patiently …

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