Beared vs. Born

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  • Beared (verb)

    simple past tense and past participle of bear

  • Born (verb)

    inflection of bear||past|part; given birth to, birthed.

  • Born (verb)

    inflection of bear||past|partin other senses.

  • Born (verb)

    alternative spelling of burnwith fire etc.

  • Born (adjective)

    Having from birth (or as if from birth) a certain quality or character; innate; inherited.

  • Born (noun)

    alternative spelling of burna stream

  • Born (adjective)

    existing as a result of birth

    “she was born in Aberdeen”

    “a newly born baby”

    “I was born with a sense of curiosity”

  • Born (adjective)

    having a specific nationality

    “a German-born philosopher”

  • Born (adjective)

    having a natural ability to do a particular job

    “he’s a born engineer”

  • Born (adjective)

    perfectly suited or trained to do a particular job

    “men born to rule”

  • Born (adjective)

    (of an organization, movement, or idea) brought into existence

    “on 1 January 1992, the new company was born”

  • Born (adjective)

    existing as a result of (a particular situation or feeling)

    “his work is born of despair”

Oxford Dictionary

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