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  • EN [ ˈbeərɪŋ]
  • US [ ˈberɪŋ]

English definition


  • 1. relevant relation or interconnection;

    • "those issues have no bearing on our situation"
  • 2. the direction or path along which something moves or along which it lies

  • 3. dignified manner or conduct

  • 4. characteristic way of bearing one's body;

    • "stood with good posture"
  • 5. heraldry consisting of a design or image depicted on a shield

  • 6. a rotating support placed between moving parts to allow them to move easily


  • 1. (of a structural member) withstanding a weight or strain

  • 2. producing or yielding;

    • "an interest-bearing note"
    • "fruit-bearing trees"

Example sentences

  • He is a man of erect and soldierly bearing.

  • He preserved his grave and dignified bearing.

  • Although they had not made love , they had secretly exchanged solemn vows and pledges, bearing their hearts to each other.

  • I fail to see the bearing of that remark.

  • How is Mrs. Smith bearing up after the death of her husband?

  • This is a manuscript bearing as a title Ruth.

  • After the boys threw the snowballs they saw a large lady bearing down upon them from across the street.

  • My orchard is bearing well this year.

  • This question has a bearing on a much more important one.

  • The journal rubs against the bearing surface.

  • Lionesses bearing cubs in the zoo is nothing new now.

  • One's bearing is respectable.

  • His bearing was very military.

  • The old veteran had a martial bearing.

  • What you said had not much bearing on the problem.

  • A large enemy force is bearing down upon the border.

  • He was bearing a truss of trifles at his back.

  • Attention should be centred on the links that have a bearing on the situation as a whole.

  • Recent events had no bearing on our decision.

  • I disagree with the doctrine that the writer's life and intention have no bearing on his texts.

  • The roof support structure had collapsed and the entire weight was bearing down on the ceiling.

  • It was made of plaster, hard and white and lifeless, bearing no resemblance to human flesh.

  • How's Mary bearing up?

  • I should not be surprised about some of her comments, bearing in mind the party she belongs to.

  • The girl flashed a dazzling smile at the television crew and cameras bearing down on her.

  • He has a military bearing, never failing to carry himself erect.

  • Young people are bearing the brunt of unemployment.

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