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English definition of “bear with sb”

bear with sb

verb uk phrasal verb with bear   /beər/ us    /ber/ (bore, borne or US also born)
to be patient and wait while someone does something: If you'll just bear with me for a moment, I'll find you a copy of the drawings.
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