(1) Have within: ‘The canteen bears fresh water.’(2) Put up with something unpleasant; to suffer; endure; undergo: ‘I can’t bear his constant criticism.’(3) Have rightfully; of rights, titles, and offices: ‘He bears the title of knight.’(4) Take on or accept as one’s own the expenses or debts of another person as an obligation: ‘He agreed to bear the responsibility.’ (5) To hold up; support: ‘The pillar will bear the weight of the roof.’ (6) To bring forth (young); give birth to: ‘She bore twins yesterday.’ (7) Have as a feature; convey: ‘This report bears his signature.’ (8) To produce by natural growth: ‘The tree bears delicious fruits.’

Can’t bear + it (+ if/when clause): ‘I can’t bear it when people start complaining about nothing.’

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