Oxford Dictionary gave the following rules that will help us learn how to use Bear and Bare.
“Bear” is a verb that means “endure (an ordeal or difficulty).”
Ex. The miners seemed to bear their suffering stoically, though their conditions were very bad indeed.
“Bare” is an adjective which means “not clothed or covered.”
Ex. He was bare from the waist up.
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