Common misspellings for bearing:
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Definition of bearing:
- Any single emblem or charge in an escutcheon or coat of arms -- commonly in the pl.
- A component in machines that reduces wear and friction. It also guides, aligns, and supports the moving parts. Its placed between the moving parts. Refer to ball bearing and bushing.
- Carrying; producing.
- Of bear.
- the direction or path along which something moves or along which it lies
- heraldry consisting of a design or image depicted on a shield
- a rotating support placed between moving parts to allow them to move easily
- characteristic way of bearing one's body; " stood with good posture"
- relevant relation or interconnection; " those issues have no bearing on our situation"
- producing or yielding; " an interest- bearing note"; " fruit- bearing trees"
- Patient endurance; suffering without complaint.
- The situation of one object, with respect to another, such situation being supposed to have a connection with the object, or influence upon it, or to be influenced by it; hence, relation; connection.
- Purport; meaning; intended significance; aspect.
- The act, power, or time of producing or giving birth; as, a tree in full bearing; a tree past bearing.
- That part of any member of a building which rests upon its supports; as, a lintel or beam may have four inches of bearing upon the wall.
- The portion of a support on which anything rests.
- The part of an axle or shaft in contact with its support, collar, or boxing; the journal.
- The part of the support on which a journal rests and rotates.
- The situation of a distant object, with regard to a ship's position, as on the bow, on the lee quarter, etc.; the direction or point of the compass in which an object is seen; as, the bearing of the cape was W. N. W.
- The widest part of a vessel below the plank- sheer.
- The line of flotation of a vessel when properly trimmed with cargo or ballast.
- Any single emblem or charge in an escutcheon or coat of arms - commonly in the pl.
- The act of enduring with patience; manner of carrying the head and body; as, I knew him by his bearing; behavior; meaning or significance; the act or power of producing; the part of a machine that supports the friction; the direction or point of the compass in which an object is seen; the position of one object with respect to another; usually in plural; as, it was so dark that it was impossible for us to get our bearings.
- Behavior: situation of one object with regard to another: relation.
- Deportment; relative position.
- The act of sustaining producing, etc.
- Deportment; manner.
- Relation; meaning.
- A part ( of a machine) that rests on something. or on which something rests.
- A heraldic device.
- Patient endurance; deportment; the situation of one object with respect to another; connection; production; the distance between the points of support of a piece of timber.
- Behaviour; gesture; the situation of one object with respect to another; the figures, called charges, on an escutcheon.
- completely unclothed; " bare bodies"; " naked from the waste up"; " a nude model"
- ( of a structural member) withstanding a weight or strain