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Bear with me Or Bare with me

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Created Date: Thu 09 Feb 2012

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You have to be very careful when using these 2 expressions: Bear with me and Bare with me. You would find yourself in a very embarrassing situation if you use wrongly.

 

Answer:
Bear with me is a standard expression used as a request for forbearance or patience.
Ex: Please bear with me a moment so I can find the homework exercise for you!

Bare with me would be an invitation to undress.


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