Poll: Please ____ it in mind; it means a lot to me.

Please ____ it in mind; it means a lot to me.

bare
bear

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  • Votes: 364
  • Comments: 6
  • Added: October 2007

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Pedantra

'Bare' has only one application - meaning naked or stripped (and its logical extensions, such as 'bare-faced cheek')
'Bear' (as a verb) comes from 'to bear', usually in relation to a burden.
'Bear' (as a noun) is, of course, the animal.

Secsee Devil

Pedantra you are wrong dude lol...

How about if you bare left?

Or "bare left" your mind, as in because it means a lot, it may sway you, or bare.

Ruvelyn Ta-aca

In my opinion, bear is the accurate answer, using only the word bare makes it erroneous but adding the word "left" to bare makes it sensible.

Trolley6969

Secsee Devil - I think you'll find it's "bear left" when talking about directions. Pedantra is absolutely correct.

Mark

I voted wrongly. Of course it's "bear". Think of keeping your bearings...Bear that in mind!

Helen

Oh course it's bear. By the way, you bear left, not bare.

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