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Today's Idiom = "Bear With Someone"
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Bear With Someone ( be patient with me; wait for me ... )

"Bear With Someone"

Bear with me means be be patient because this thing I am doing needs some time.

Example: "Bear with me for a moment as I write that down."

Bear In Mind

Beating A Dead Horse

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