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Synonyms for bear

hold

bring yourself to

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give birth to

conduct

turn

bear down on someone

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bear down on something or someone

bear on something

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bear with someone

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Synonyms for bear

to hold up

to sustain the weight of

to hold on one's person

to move while supporting

to cause to come along with oneself

to hold and turn over in the mind

to be endowed with as a visible characteristic or form

to conduct oneself in a specified way

to give birth to

to bring forth (a product)

to exert pressure

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to proceed in a specified direction

bear on: to be pertinent

bear up: to withstand stress or difficulty

Synonyms for bear

an investor with a pessimistic market outlook

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have

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move while holding up or supporting

bring forth, "The apple tree bore delicious apples this year"

take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person

have on one's person

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have rightfully

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support or hold in a certain manner

References in periodicals archive ?
The first Ursoidea appeared in Eurasian faunas during the Oligocene (Qiu, 2003).
During the Early Miocene, the Ursoidea communities in both the Iberian Peninsula and Western Europe were similar.
During the MN3, fossil localities with large mammals are very rare in Spain, finding a gap in the record of Ursoidea. However, both the first record of the genera Hemicyon and Plithocyon (Family Hemicyonidae), as well as the first record of an Ursidae, with the genus Ballusia and Ursavus isoire, characterize the Ursoidea record in Western Europe.
During the biozone MN6 (late Aragonian) the Iberian Ursoidea record is also characterized exclusively by large sized species of the subfamily Hemicyonidae, while in the rest of Western Europe this group shares their geographical distribution with the less diverse members of the Ursidae family (genus Ursavus).
The record of this first true bear coincides with the progressive decadence of the last Hemicyonidae that become locally extinct during the late Aragonian, and marks a major change in the Ursoidea associations in Spain.