bears 范例

熊 (bear的复数) 承担、支撑 (bear的第三人称单数)

    Examples of bears in a Sentence

  • 例句 bear
    1. Jesus answered and said unto them, Though I bear record of myself, yet my record is true: for I know whence I came, and whither I go; but ye cannot tell whence I come, and whither I go.
    2. The bear scared the bejesus out of us.
    3. The teenager couldn’t bear the shame of introducing his parents. ‎
    4. The rostrum is the anterior extension of the carapace between the eyes. It ends in a more or less acute tip, or acumen, and may have a lateral spine on each side or bear a longitudinal keel (carina) on the dorsal surface.
    5. She's no smarter than the average bear.
    6. I'm not saying he's fat, but he is heavier than the average bear...
    7. to bait a bear with dogs;  to bait a bull
    8. Granddad scooped up the child in a big bear hug.
  • 例句 bore
    1. The flashing light on the answering machine bore testimony to the unanswered call.
    2. He bore an uncanny resemblance to the dead sailor.
    3. By 1936, Coward’s unchic loathing of appeasement and Neville Chamberlain (“that bloody conceited old sod”) was turning him into something of a Churchill bore.
    4. In the lightness of my heart I sang catches of songs as my horse gayly bore me along the well-remembered road.
    5. The party was such a bore. ‎
    6. To put food on the table, Ruth gleaned in the fields and one of the fields belonged to Boaz who noticed her and admired her. They married and Ruth bore a son, Obed. There ensues a begat-ridden genealogy and....
    7. the bore of a cannon
    8. to bore for water or oil
    9. An insect bores into a tree.
    10. to bore a steam cylinder or a gun barrel; to bore a hole
    11. to bore one's way through a crowd
  • 例句 bare
    1. The landscapers rolled sod onto the bare earth and made a presentable lawn by nightfall.
    2. The man was so heavily tattooed that it was almost impossible to find any bare skin whatever on his body.
    3. He had only been taught the bare bones of the system, but carried on regardless.
    4. Jones bare hands the bunt and throws to first ... out!
    5. In "on sale", "sale" is a bare noun.
    6. Even in the posthippie era, no Chicago territory could be claimed for bare-ass beachgoing.
    7. Bare benting times [ …] may come. — Dryden.
  • 例句 born
    1. He was born to an able family.
    2. As Das Gupta reports, antifemale bias is stronger for later-born siblings.
    3. All children are born Atheists; they have no idea of God. Are they then criminal on account of their ignorance?
    4. I was born on the Fourth of July / No one more loyal than I. — Tom Paxton's song about veteran Ron Kovic, Born on the Fourth of July.
    5. He was never in the service, but he acts like he was born on the Fourth of July.
    6. He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and probably never had to work a day in his life.
    7. He proclaimed himself a born-again Christian during a church retreat.
    8. After not picking up a shovel for twenty years, she finally saw the beauty in flowers and declared herself a born-again gardener.
    9. To many people a born-again philosophy is a fundamentalist philosophy.
  • 例句 bears
    1. It bears no real resemblance to that attitude of negativity and jaded scornfulness that sees the worst of intentions behind the apparent good motives of others.
    2. Which is the boaster, the strutter, the bedizener of his sinful carcase with feathers and beads, fox-tails and bears' claws,--the brave, or his poor little squaw?
    3. Only that part of the floor timber that bears on the planking and keel need be templated; [ …]
    4. But the seeds of the whitebark pine, the pine nuts, feed Clark’s nutcracker birds; red squirrels, which store the nuts underground; and grizzly bears.
    5. Wombles are a bit like teddy bears to look at but they have real claws and live underneath Wimbledon Common and devote their lives to ‘tidying up’ all the things those untidy Human Beings leave behind. (E. Beresford, 1968)
    6. Zoophilism bears witness to a new human being, one who no longer fears nature.
    7. That ruling bears on our application.
    8. That ruling bears upon our application.
    9. The dubious state of the whole society bears witness of years of misrule
    10. My dog always chews up my daughter's teddy bears.
  • 例句 borne
    1. In the nineteenth century, 1811 to be exact, the jeers were unrove after the yard was slung, the weight of the yard being borne by chain slings. The jeers used then were a treble block lashed to the mast head through a hole in the center of the top
    2. No man has been at greater straits than I, and has borne more pinching poverty and hardship; but nobody can say of me that, if I had a guinea, I was not free-handed with it, and did not spend it as well as a lord could do.
    3. For blood vessel-borne metastasis, disseminated tumor cells (DTCs) intravasate into blood vessels and survive in the circulation.
    4. They are characterized by hyaline, ellipsoid, oblong, reniform, allantoid to suballantoid conidia borne on a single locus on monophialidic conidiogenous cells.
    5. If climate-change predictions that involve an increase of temperature together with reductions in precipitation are borne out, the result will be a severe reduction of suitable areas for mallines in NW Patagonia [11 ,12 ].
    6. In teleosts, spleen is an important haematopoietic organ where melanomacrophages phagocytise and detain blood-borne antigens for a long period of time [43 ].
    7. The apertures of the tympanic membrane and the subtympanic foramen were selected as reasonable vectors for air-borne sound energy, and the surface areas of these apertures (A x ) were measured.
  • 例句 bearing
    1. The tooth-bearing portion of the lower jaws are short so that the postcoronoid portion is longer than the precoronoid one.
    2. Operculum ( Op ) broad, longer than the bursa, distally narrowing into a rounded apical process bearing ca. 10 setae, anterior surface subdistally with shallow concavity ( C ).
  1. en bearship
  2. en bearshit
  3. en bearsite
  4. en bearskin
  5. en bears on
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