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3 Resultados de traducción para bore en español

verb | verb | noun

bore verb

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bored, has bored, is boring, bores
taladrar, perforar; hacer, abrir; aburrir

Sinónimos de
bore verb

bear verb

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bore, has borne, is bearing, bears
soportar, resistir, aguantar; llevar, portar; dar a luz a (un niño); dar (frutas, cosechas); doblar, dar la vuelta
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The woman can't bear the girls' noisy playing any longer.

Ejemplos de uso de
bear verb

  • The company agreed to bear the costs.
  • The criminals must bear full responsibility for the deaths of these innocent people.
  • Who will bear the blame for this tragedy?
  • I can't bear cold weather.
  • a symphony that can bear comparison with Beethoven's best

Sinónimos detallados para bear verb

1. Bear, suffer, endure, abide, tolerate, brook, stand, stomach, swallow significan aguantar algo difícil o doloroso.
  • Bear suele indicar el poder de sufrir algo penoso o doloroso sin retroceder o quebrantarse <he had borne one personal tragedy after another>.
  • Suffer connota a menudo la aceptación o pasividad más que valentía o paciencia en el aguantar <the hardships suffered by the refugees>.
  • Endure indica hacer frente a las pruebas y dificultades con una continua firmeza de resolución <the building endured years of neglect>.
  • Abide connota una aceptación sin resistencia o protesta <I can't abide her rudeness>.
  • Tolerate connota el vencer o controlar efectivamente el impulso de resistir, evitar o resentir algo perjudicial o desagradable <she tolerated her husband's abuse for the sake of the children>.
  • Brook indica autoaserción y desafío <the kind of professor who would brook no argument from his students>.
  • Stand recalca con mayor fuerza aún la capacidad de aguantar sin retroceder o perder la compostura <she can't stand being teased>.
  • Stomach implica tolerar algo desagradable sin resentimiento obvio <his behavior is often hard to stomach>.
  • Swallow connota aceptar dócilmente sin preguntas o protesta <this latest insult was more than she could swallow>.
2. Ver: Carry

bore noun

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bores
pesado, -da (persona aburrida); pesadez, lo aburrido; calibre

Sinónimos de
bore noun

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Traducción inversa para bore

taladrar  - to drill 
perforar  - to perforate, to pierce, to drill, to bore 
hacer  - to act, to make, to do, to perform, to force, to oblige 
abrir  - to open, to open, to open up, to unlock, to undo, to turn on (a tap or faucet) 
aburrir  - to bore, to tire 
soportar  - to support, to hold up, to withstand, to resist, to bear, to tolerate, to put up with 
resistir  - to resist, to stand, to bear, to tolerate, to withstand 
aguantar  - to hold out, to last, to bear with, to tolerate, to withstand, to hold 
llevar  - to have, to lead, to take away, to carry, to wear, to take, to lead 
portar  - to carry, to bear, to wear 
dar a luz a  (un niño)
dar  (frutas, cosechas) - to give, to suffice, to be enough, to deliver, to hand over, to hit, to strike, to yield, to produce, to perform, to give off, to emit 
doblar  - to double, to turn, to toll, to ring, to fold, to bend, to turn, to dub 
pesado  - bore, pest 
pesadez  - heaviness, slowness, tediousness 
calibre  - caliber, gauge, importance, excellence, kind, sort 
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