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Bear

英音: /beə(r)/ 🔊
美音: /ber/ 🔊

n. 熊, (在证券市场等)卖空的人, 蛮横的人

vt. 忍受, 承担, 支撑, 生育

vi. 生(孩子), 结(果实), 与…有关

adj. 跌价的, 股票行情下跌的, 卖空者的

Sentences

  • Eleanor's work among the women will, I trust, bear fruit.
    我相信埃莉诺所做的工作会在妇女中有所成效。
  • The developing countries bear the burden of an enormous external debt.
    发展中国家背负着巨额外债。
  • I can't bear people who make judgements and label me.
    我讨厌人们对我品头论足。
  • Phrase

    bear arms

    1. carry firearms 携带武器
      • wear or display a coat of arms 佩戴盾形徽号;展示盾形纹章

        bear the brunt of

          bear the burden of

          1. suffer the consequences of 承受…的后果

            bear someone a grudge

            1. nurture a feeling of resentment against someone 对某人心怀怨恨

              bear a hand

              1. (archaic)help in a task or enterprise (古)出一把力,帮助

                bear someone malice (或 ill will)

                1. [with negative]wish someone harm 对某人怀恶意

                  bear a relation (或 relationship) to

                  1. [with negative]be logically consistent with 一致
                    • the map didn't seem to bear any relation to the roads.
                      这地图似乎和道路丝毫不一致。

                  bear a resemblance (或 similarity) to

                  1. resemble 相像

                    bear the stamp of

                    1. strongly resemble in a way that suggests influence 带有…印记
                      • their tactics bear the stamp of Soviet military training.
                        他们的战术带有苏联军事训练的印记。

                    bear witness (或 testimony) to

                    1. testify to 证明
                      • little is left to bear witness to the past greatness of the city.
                        这个城市没留下什么能证明它过去的辉煌。

                    be borne in upon

                    1. come to be realized by 被认识到
                      • the folly of her action was borne in on her.
                        她认识到自己行为的愚蠢了。

                    bring pressure to bear on

                    1. attempt to coerce 企图强迫

                      bring to bear

                      1. muster and use to effect 应用;使用
                        • she had reservations about how much influence she could bring to bear.
                          在自己能运用多大的影响力这方面,她有所保留。
                      2. aim (a weapon) (用武器)瞄准
                        • bringing his rifle to bear on a distant target.
                          用他的步枪瞄准远处的目标。

                      does not bear thinking about

                      1. is too terrible to contemplate 可怕得难以想像;不堪想像

                        Collocation words

                        Collocations

                        1. bear resemblance
                        2. bear resemblance to

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