bear

bear I [beë:] n 1. ari. 2. spekulator në bursë.
the Great (Little) Bear astr. Arusha e Madhe(e Vogël)
bear II [beë] ( bore; born ) 1. lind. 2. prodhon; jep
bear III [beë:] v. ( bore; borne ) 1 . mbart; bear a heavy load mbart një peshë të rëndë. 2 . kam; shfaq, tregoj; bear the marks/signs/traces of blows /wounds/punishment kam (shfaq) shenjat/gjurmët e goditjeve/plagëve/ndëshkimit; a document that bears your signature një dokument që mban firmën tënde. 3 . kam, mbaj; a family that bore an ancient name një familje që mbante një emër të lashtë. 4. bear oneself a) mbahem; he bears himself as a scholar ai mbahet si dijetar; b) sillem; bear oneself with dignity sillem me dinjitet, tregohem dinjitoz. 5 . ruaj (në shpirt, në mendje); bear some ill will/malice toward sb ia kam inatin dikujt. 6 . sjell, siguroj, jap; bear a hand ndihmoj, i jap një dorë; bear witness to sth dëshmoj, sjell prova për. 7 . duroj, mbaj; the ice doesn't bear your weight akulli nuk e mban peshën tënde; bear responsibility mbaj përgjegjësi. 8. (zak. me can, could) duroj; I can't bear his sight nuk e shoh dot me sy; she can't bear to be laughed at ajo nuk duron ta qeshin. 9 . lind; she had borne him three sons ajo i kishte lindur tre djem. 10 . ia mbaj, kthehem, marr nga; bear (to the right) merr djathtas.
bear down a) turrem mbi; b) peshoj, rëndoj (mbi); c) mposht; borne down by adversity i dërrmuar nga fatkeqësitë
bear in on/upon (me) më bëhet e qartë
bear on/upon ka lidhje me; ndikon në; i përket
bear out pohoj, konfirmoj; dëshmoj; mbështes
bear up (against/under sth) mbahem mirë (përballë diçkaje)
bear with (sb) duroj, dëgjoj me durim (dikë)
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ari; lind; prodhon

English-Albanian dictionary. 2013.

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