Bear significado, Bear definición | diccionario de inglés definición

Collins

bear

  
[1]  
      vb   , bears, bearing, bore, borne   mainly tr  
1    to support or hold up; sustain  
2    to bring or convey  
to bear gifts     
3    to take, accept, or assume the responsibility of  
to bear an expense     
4    past participle born in passive use except when foll by: by   to give birth to  
to bear children     
5    also intr   to produce by or as if by natural growth  
to bear fruit     
6    to tolerate or endure  
she couldn't bear him     
7    to admit of; sustain  
his story does not bear scrutiny     
8    to hold in the conscious mind or in one's feelings  
to bear a grudge, I'll bear that idea in mind     
9    to show or be marked with  
he still bears the scars     
10    to transmit or spread  
to bear gossip     
11    to render or supply (esp. in the phrase bear witness)  
12    to conduct or manage (oneself, the body, etc.)  
she bore her head high     
13    to have, be, or stand in (relation or comparison)  
his account bears no relation to the facts     
14    intr   to move, be located, or lie in a specified direction  
the way bears east     
15    to have by right; be entitled to (esp. in the phrase bear title)  
16    bear a hand   to give assistance  
17    bring to bear   to bring into operation or effect  
he brought his knowledge to bear on the situation         See also       bear down       bear off       bear on       bear out       bear up       bear with       born  
     (Old English beran; related to Old Norse bera, Old High German beran to carry, Latin ferre, Greek pherein to bear, Sanskrit bharati he carries)  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
Collins
bear   [2]  
      n   pl   , bears, bear  
1    any plantigrade mammal of the family Ursidae: order Carnivora (carnivores). Bears are typically massive omnivorous animals with a large head, a long shaggy coat, and strong claws  
   See also       black bear       brown bear       polar bear  
  
Related adj  
    ursine  
2    any of various bearlike animals, such as the koala and the ant bear  
3    a clumsy, churlish, or ill-mannered person  
4    a teddy bear  
5      (Stock Exchange)  
a    a speculator who sells in anticipation of falling prices to make a profit on repurchase  
b    (as modifier)  
a bear market         Compare       bull   1       5  
      vb   , bears, bearing, beared  
6    tr   to lower or attempt to lower the price or prices of (a stock market or a security) by speculative selling  
     (Old English bera; related to Old Norse bjorn, Old High German bero)  

Diccionario de inglés definición  

Collins
Bear  
      n  
the  
1    the English name for either Ursa Major (Great Bear) or Ursa Minor (Little Bear)  
2       an informal name for       Russia  


ant bear  
      n      another name for       aardvark  
bear   [1]  
      vb   , bears, bearing, bore, borne   mainly tr  
1    to support or hold up; sustain  
2    to bring or convey  
to bear gifts     
3    to take, accept, or assume the responsibility of  
to bear an expense     
4    past participle born in passive use except when foll by: by   to give birth to  
to bear children     
5    also intr   to produce by or as if by natural growth  
to bear fruit     
6    to tolerate or endure  
she couldn't bear him     
7    to admit of; sustain  
his story does not bear scrutiny     
8    to hold in the conscious mind or in one's feelings  
to bear a grudge, I'll bear that idea in mind     
9    to show or be marked with  
he still bears the scars     
10    to transmit or spread  
to bear gossip     
11    to render or supply (esp. in the phrase bear witness)  
12    to conduct or manage (oneself, the body, etc.)  
she bore her head high     
13    to have, be, or stand in (relation or comparison)  
his account bears no relation to the facts     
14    intr   to move, be located, or lie in a specified direction  
the way bears east     
15    to have by right; be entitled to (esp. in the phrase bear title)  
16    bear a hand   to give assistance  
17    bring to bear   to bring into operation or effect  
he brought his knowledge to bear on the situation         See also       bear down       bear off       bear on       bear out       bear up       bear with       born  
     (Old English beran; related to Old Norse bera, Old High German beran to carry, Latin ferre, Greek pherein to bear, Sanskrit bharati he carries)  
bear   [2]  
      n   pl   , bears, bear  
1    any plantigrade mammal of the family Ursidae: order Carnivora (carnivores). Bears are typically massive omnivorous animals with a large head, a long shaggy coat, and strong claws  
   See also       black bear       brown bear       polar bear  
  
Related adj  
    ursine  
2    any of various bearlike animals, such as the koala and the ant bear  
3    a clumsy, churlish, or ill-mannered person  
4    a teddy bear  
5      (Stock Exchange)  
a    a speculator who sells in anticipation of falling prices to make a profit on repurchase  
b    (as modifier)  
a bear market         Compare       bull   1       5  
      vb   , bears, bearing, beared  
6    tr   to lower or attempt to lower the price or prices of (a stock market or a security) by speculative selling  
     (Old English bera; related to Old Norse bjorn, Old High German bero)  
bear-baiting  
      n   (formerly) an entertainment in which dogs attacked and enraged a chained bear  
bear down  
      vb   intr, adv; often foll by: on or upon  
1    to press or weigh down  
2    to approach in a determined or threatening manner  
3    (of a vessel) to make an approach (to another vessel, obstacle, etc.) from windward  
4    (of a woman during childbirth) to exert a voluntary muscular pressure to assist delivery  
bear garden  
      n  
1    (formerly) a place where bears were exhibited and where bear-baiting took place  
2    a place or scene of tumult and disorder  
bear hug  
      n  
1    a wrestling hold in which the arms are locked tightly round an opponent's chest and arms  
2    any similar tight embrace  
3      (Commerce)   an approach to the board of one company by another to indicate that an offer is to be made for their shares  
bear off  
      vb   adv     (Nautical)   (of a vessel) to avoid hitting an obstacle, another vessel, etc., by swerving onto a different course  
bear on  
      vb   intr, prep  
1    to be relevant to; relate to  
2    to be burdensome to or afflict  
his misdeeds bore heavily on his conscience     
bear out  
      vb   tr, adv   to show to be true or truthful; confirm  
the witness will bear me out     
bear raid  
      n   an attempt to force down the price of a security or commodity by sustained selling  
bear's-breech   , bear's-breeches  
      n   a widely cultivated S European acanthus plant, Acanthus mollis, having whitish purple-veined flowers  
bear's-ear  
      n      another name for       auricula       1  
bear's-foot  
      n   either of two Eurasian hellebore plants, Helleborus foetidus or H. viridis, having leaves shaped like the foot and claws of a bear  
bear up  
      vb   intr, adv   to endure cheerfully  
bear with  
      vb   intr, prep   to be patient with  
bear with me while I tell you my story     
black bear  
      n  
1    American black bear   a bear, Euarctos (or Ursus) americanus, inhabiting forests of North America. It is smaller and less ferocious than the brown bear  
2    Asiatic black bear   a bear, Selenarctos thibetanus, of central and E Asia, whose coat is black with a pale V-shaped mark on the chest  
brown bear  
      n   a large ferocious brownish bear, Ursus arctos, inhabiting temperate forests of North America, Europe, and Asia  
   See also       grizzly bear       Kodiak bear  
cinnamon bear  
      n   a reddish-brown variety of the American black bear  
   See       black bear       1  
Great Bear  
      n      the. the English name for       Ursa Major  
Great Bear Lake  
      n   a lake in NW Canada, in the Northwest Territories: the largest freshwater lake entirely in Canada; drained by the Great Bear River, which flows to the Mackenzie River. Area: 31792 sq. km (12275 sq. miles)  
grizzly bear  
      n   a variety of the brown bear, Ursus arctos horribilis, formerly widespread in W North America; its brown fur has cream or white hair tips on the back, giving a grizzled appearance,   (Often shortened to)    grizzly  
honey bear  
      n      another name for       kinkajou       1       sun bear  
Kodiak bear   , Kodiak  
      n   a large variety of the brown bear, Ursus arctos, inhabiting the west coast of Alaska and neighbouring islands, esp. Kodiak  
Little Bear  
      n      the. the English name for       Ursa Minor  
native bear  
      n      an Austral. name for       koala  
polar bear  
      n   a white carnivorous bear, Thalarctos maritimus, of coastal regions of the North Pole  
sloth bear  
      n   a bear, Melursus ursinus, of forests of S India and Sri Lanka, having a shaggy coat and an elongated snout specialized for feeding on termites  
sun bear  
      n   a small bear, Helarctos malayanus, of tropical forests in S and SE Asia, having a black coat and a yellowish snout and feeding mostly on honey and insects,   (Also called)    honey bear  
teddy bear  
      n   a stuffed toy bear made from soft or fluffy material,   (Often shortened to)    teddy  
     (C20: from Teddy, from Theodore, after Theodore Roosevelt, who was well known as a hunter of bears)  
water bear  
      n      another name for a       tardigrade  
white bear  
      n      another name for       polar bear  
woolly bear  
      n   the caterpillar of any of various tiger moths, esp. Arctia caja of Europe and Isia isabella of North America, having a dense covering of soft hairs  

Diccionario de inglés definición  

Collins

bear

  
1    bring, carry, convey, hump     (Brit. slang)   move, take, tote     (informal)   transport  
2    cherish, entertain, exhibit, harbour, have, hold, maintain, possess, shoulder, support, sustain, uphold, weigh upon  
3    abide, admit, allow, brook, endure, hack     (slang)   permit, put up with     (informal)   stomach, suffer, tolerate, undergo  
4    beget, breed, bring forth, develop, engender, generate, give birth to, produce, yield  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    drop, put down, shed  
2 & 3    abandon, cease, desert, discontinue, drop, give up, leave, quit, relinquish  


bear down  
1    burden, compress, encumber, press down, push, strain, weigh down  
2    advance on, approach, attack, close in, converge on, move in  
bear on     
affect, appertain to, belong to, concern, involve, pertain to, refer to, relate to, touch upon  
bear out     
confirm, corroborate, endorse, justify, prove, substantiate, support, uphold, vindicate  
bear up     
bear the brunt, carry on, endure, go through the mill, grin and bear it     (informal)   keep one's chin up, persevere, suffer, take it on the chin     (informal)   withstand  
bear with     
be patient, forbear, make allowances, put up with     (informal)   suffer, tolerate, wait  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

Consulte también:

ant bear, bear arms, bear hug, bear up

sloth bear n.
arboreal, nocturnal and insectivorous species of bear in the Indian subcontinent
known also as Labiated Bear

Comentarios adicionales:

Diccionario colaborativo     Inglés Definiciones
exp.
be the most affected by a unpleasant situation; be considered the main responsible for a negative event
E.g.: If the deadline is not met, the production department will bear the brunt
nm.
Grizzly/Polar bear cross
n.
Free On Board: A legal term meaning that when the seller loads merchandise for transportation, he bears full responsibility for it but if the merchandise is later lost or harmed, the buyer suffers the loss.

head

La comunidad Reverso

  • Cree su lista de vocabulario
  • Contribuya al Diccionario colaborativo
  • Comparta sus conocimientos lingüísticos
Publicidad
"Collins English Dictionary 5th Edition first published in 2000 © HarperCollins Publishers 1979, 1986, 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000 and Collins A-Z Thesaurus 1st edition first published in 1995 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995"