Friday, November 29, 2019

9 English Word Pairs That Confuse Absolutely Everyone - Part 7

7. Bear and Bare
9 english word pairs  that confuse absolutely everyone
Bear — as a verb — has several meanings, including to hold up or support a heavy weight and to suffer or endure difficulties. We’re not talking about big hairy bears that live in forests.

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Bare, meanwhile, is an adjective that means naked or uncovered, or a verb which means to uncover or reveal.

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(adj): Sacred, divine, blessed.

Holiday: a holy or festive day; a day off, vacation (also sacred)

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