eg: I don’t know how you bear his hot temper over years.
eg: He is busy with different part-time jobs because he bears his own tuition fees.
eg: Get off the tree. I don’t think the tender tree can bear your weight.
eg: It’s normal to bear some gifts to a birthday party.
5. not ~ sth./doing sth.不适于某事（或做某事）
eg: Their relationship didn’t bear the test of time.
eg: He was born and raised up in a family bore an ancient and honored name.
eg: He bears resentment toward his stepmother because she treats him badly.
eg: I have to say that the content of this essay bears no relation with its title.
3. ~ oneself举止；表现
eg: He bears himself proudly when he comes over the platform to give his speech.
eg: She was a
bandoned by her husband after she had borne him two kids.
eg: This tree bears fruits every year.
eg: Do remember you should bear left when you get to the second crossroad.
1. have a (heavy) cross to bear 有本难念的经；有苦难要忍受
eg: As the old saying goes, every family has a cross to bear.
2. grin and bear it 默默忍受；苦笑着忍受
eg: As a man, you should grin and bear it.