bearing lietuviškai

bearing vertimas n 1) elgesys; 2) pakanta; 3) nešiojimas; vaisingumas; 4)pl kryptis; koordinatės, azimutas; 5)tech. guolis; 6) požiūris, aspektas

  • American black bear Juodasis lokys
  • fur-bearing animal (n.) kailinis gyvūnas
  • bear fruit (v.) derėti, vesti vaisius
  • bear down (v.) pasileisti, spausti
  • ball bearing (n.) rutulinis guolis
  • cone-bearing (adj.) spygliuotis
  • bear down upon (v.) prilėkti, prišokti
  • beyond bearing (adj.) nepakeliamas
  • bear with turėti kantrybės
  • bear in mind (v.) nepamiršk, turėti galvoje
  • bear the costs of (v.) apmokėti sąskaitą
  • bear up (v.) laikytis, ištverti iki galo
  • bear the brunt of (v.) pakelti pagrindinį smūgį
  • bear the cost of (v.) apmokėti sąskaitą
  • bear upon (v.) paveikti, veikti
  • bear witness (v.) paliudyti, stoti teisme liudytoju, įrodyti, rodyti, liudyti, duoti parodymus, patvirtinti, daryti garbę
  • bear down on (v.) judėti į priekį, keliauti, spausti, prilėkti, prišokti
  • bear on (v.) paveikti, veikti, spausti, sietis, būti susijusiam, toliau ką daryti, tęstis, tęsti, trukti, puoselėti
  • bear out (v.) patvirtinti, paremti
  • bring pressure to bear on (v.) prilipti prie, mėginti paveikti
  • ice bear (n.) baltasis lokys
  • needle bearing (n.) rutulinis guolis
  • roller bearing (n.) rutulinis guolis
  • Bearing (mechanical) Guolis (mechanika)
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (relatedness) relevant relation or interconnection Type of: relatedness
  • (direction) the direction or path along which something moves or along which it lies
  • (personal manner) dignified manner or conduct
  • (bodily property) characteristic way of bearing one's body
  • (heraldry) heraldry consisting of a design or image depicted on a shield
  • (rotating mechanism) a rotating support placed between moving parts to allow them to move easily Type of: support. Part of: rotating mechanism
  • (produce) to cause to be born
  • (permit) to put up with something or somebody unpleasant
  • (transport) to move while holding up or supporting Type of: transport. Followed by: move, move
  • (create) to bring forth
  • (take over) to take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person
  • (contain) to contain or hold; to have within
  • (investment funds) to bring in
  • (wear) to have on one's person
  • (act) to behave in a certain manner
  • (have got) of rights, titles, and offices, to have rightfully
  • (support, hold, certain) to support or hold in a certain manner
  • (carry to term) to be pregnant with
  • (have, feature) to have as a feature
  • (load-bearing) of a structural member, withstanding a weight or strain Similar to: load-bearing

bear sinonimai go through, located, placed, set, situated, assume, take on, undertake, abide, absorb, accept, acquit, act, act like, assume, be expecting, behave, behave like, behave o.s., be pregnant, brook, carry, comport, comport o.s., conceive, conduct, conduct o.s., contain, deport, digest, endure, expect, gestate, get knocked up, have on, hold, pay, play, pretend to be, put up, put up with, stand, stick out, stomach, suffer, support, sustain, take, take over, tolerate, turn out, wear, weather, yield, be in the family way, be with child, have a bun in the oven, birth, deliver, give birth, have, have a baby, give birth to

bearing sinonimai aim, application, appropriateness, armorial bearing, attitude, behaviour, carriage, charge, comportment, connection, course, demeanour, direction, fulcrum, heading, heraldic bearing, location, manner, mien, orientation, pertinence, pivot, poise, pose, position, posture, presence, purport, reference, relation, relevance, scope, significance, deportment, bearing device

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