She prayed for the strength to persevere and resigned herself to God`s will. 1. She had a difficult life, but she carried it well. I can`t stand their impudence! I have the burden of responsibility getragen.2.Er was born in New York.Do, do children born into poverty have the human right to receive primary education and appropriate vaccines to protect them from deadly diseases? “If the Port of Charleston is to be improved, Charleston`s trade should bear the burden,” he said. Putin suggested that all the West wanted was to turn the Russian bear into a “taxidermy.” The floors could not support the weight of the piano. Perhaps our dear bear should sit quietly, not hunt piglets and eat only berries and honey. In addition, his arms did not bear the slightest trace of injury. He said, “I`m breaking my heart because of this story and I can`t bear to end it.” It`s the same thing my dad used to say to me, “Play fair, Ted – and if you lose, why, you have to smile and endure this.” Many buildings in the city still bear the scars of the bombings. She must suffer, her conscience must worry her, in a way her life must be as difficult to bear as hers. a blue banner that read “Civil Rights March” Being fooled in front of a room full of people was more than he could bear. Near the border were the rings, the places where the staves could carry the table. Once again, he accused the West of being unfair to Russia and brought back his favorite metaphor, the Russian bear. Sue can`t stand being separated from her young daughter. The city still bears the French name of Aachen. He had caused unspeakable suffering, but they bore him no bitterness. 1. Accept, tolerate or endure something.2. To give birth to a baby. She endured all her suffering with incredible patience. Find out which words work together and create more natural English with the Oxford Collocations Dictionary app. Join our community to access the latest language learning and assessment tips from Oxford University Press! Download the PDF version of our list of common irregular verbs, which is perfect for printing and sharing. Find the answers online with Practical English Usage, your essential guide to English language problems.