Definition of 'borne'
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Her face is drenched in sweat, the heat is not to be borne. A MEANS TO EVIL (2002)There was a German proverb he had heard somewhere about the truth sometimes being too sad to be borne. A DEAD LIBERTY (2002)And the cost of dismantling and transportation, together with insurance, will be borne by the Crown Agents. THE FIVE MILLION DOLLAR PRINCE (2002)
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