Phrasal verbs with 'Bear' -

Phrasal verbs with Bear

Bear down on

Meaning: Move towards
Example: The teachers bear down on English teaching.

Bear on

Meaning: Influence, affect
Example: The arrow doesn’t bear on the mark.

Bear out

Meaning: Confirm
Example: I hope you will bear out what I tell him.

Bear up

Meaning: Resist pressure
Example: The captain gave orders to bear up.

Bear up under

Meaning: Cope with something difficult or stressful
Example: She was frightened that she would be unable to bear up under the pain of childbirth.

Bear with

Meaning: Be patient
Example: Please bear with me please while I finish my explanation.

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