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bear with someone

phrasal verb with bear
 
/beər/ verb (bearing, bore, borne)
to wait while someone does something: If you’ll bear with me a moment, I’ll just find your details.
Translations of “bear with someone”
in Korean 기다리다…
in Arabic يَصْبِر عَلى (شَخْص ما)…
in Portuguese aguardar alguém…
in Catalan tenir paciència amb algú…
in Japanese (作業中の人)を待つ…
in Italian avere pazienza con qualcuno…
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