bear verb translation English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "bear" - English-Turkish dictionary


verb [T]
/beər/ ( past tense bore, past participle borne)
ACCEPT B2 to accept someone or something unpleasant
tahammül etmek, kaldırmak, dayanmak, katlanmak
She couldn't bear the thought of him suffering. I like her, but I can't bear her friends. [+ to do sth] How can you bear to watch? The pain was too much to bear.Tolerating and enduringCoping and not copingDealing with things or people
bear a resemblance/relation, etc to sb/sth to be similar to someone or something
He bears a striking resemblance to his father.Being or appearing similar or the same
CARRY formal to carry something
He came in, bearing a tray of drinks.Transferring and transporting objects
WEIGHT to support the weight of something
çekmek, götürmek, kaldırmak
I don't think that chair will bear his weight.Physical supports and supportingArches, columns and beams
bear the responsibility/cost, etc to accept that you are responsible for something, you should pay for something, etc
sorumluluğu üstlenmek, maliyetine katlanmak, sonucuna razı olmak
He must bear some responsibility for the appalling conditions in the prison.Duty, obligation and responsibilityPaying and spending money
FEELING to continue to have a bad feeling towards someone
çekmek, katlanmak, tahammül etmek
They were rude to her in the past, but she's not the kind of woman who bears grudges (= continues to be angry).Angry and displeasedBad-tempered
HAVE CHILD formal to give birth to a child
doğurmak, dünyaya getirmek
She has been told that she will never bear children.BirthPregnancy
NAME to have or show a particular name, picture, or symbol
hususi bir isim, resim veya sembolü olmak, göstermek
The shop bore his family name.Having and owning - general words
bear left/right to turn left or right
sola/sağa dönmek
Bear right at the next set of traffic lights. →  See also bear fruit , grin and bear it Changing direction
(Definition of bear verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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