bore

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bore

bores

Substantiv
Vanligast geologi
Vanligast gruvdrift
(mining terms) a hole or passage made by a drill; usually made for exploratory purposes

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Vanlig vapen
bore
diameter of a tube or gun barrel

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Mindre vanlig vardagligt

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  • bind

    [ vardagligt ]
Mindre vanlig vardagligt
a person who evokes boredom

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bear

bear

bears

bore

borne

bearing

Verb
  • "interest-bearing accounts"
  • "bear a scar"
  • "I cannot bear his constant criticism"
  • "bear arms"
  • "She wanted to bear his name"
  • "The peach trees bear fruit every summer"
  • "A willingness to bear one's cross is the mark of a true disciple"
  • "The ice does not bear yet, I think"
  • "I'll bear it in mind"
ALLMÄNT
  • "She has borne him four children"
  • "The poor woman bore six children in five years"
  • "Will he bear a grudge for ever?"
ekonomi
  • "We have to bear the costs"

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  • "She couldn't bear to see the dog in pain"

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vardagligt
  • "The strain must have been enormous but she bore it well"
  • "It doesn't bear repeating"
  • "He cannot bear his mother-in-law"
have
  • "bear a resemblance"
  • "bear a signature"
bring forth, "The apple tree bore delicious apples this year"
  • "The unidentified plant bore gorgeous flowers"

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ekonomi
take on as one's own expenses or debts of another person
  • "She agreed to bear the responsibility"

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have rightfully; of rights, titles, and offices
  • "He held the governorship for almost a decade"
  • "She bears the title of Duchess"
be pregnant with
  • "She is bearing his child"

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bore

bore

bores

bored

bored

boring

Verb
cause to be bored

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drill a hole into

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