bear me out
is it right to say someone will bear you out when you are talking about someone testify to the facts of an issue?
Re: bear me out
As a NES, but not a teacher, it's fine for me.
See: Bear - definition of Bear by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.
bear out To prove right or justified; confirm: The test results bear out our claims.
Hope this helps
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