Bare as an adjective has a couple of meanings:
1. naked – His feet were bare as he walked across the sand.
2. empty – The cupboard was bare.
Bare as a verb (with object) means to uncover/expose – She bared her soul.
Bare can also be used to modify a noun to mean the smallest quantity – The bare minimum.
Bear as a verb (with object) means to support – It bears the weight of the heavy load.
Bear as a verb (without object) means to go in the direction of – Bear left at the junction.
Bear with is a verb phrase meaning to be patient with – Bear with me, I’m really busy!
And of course, bear the noun is a big, wild animal.
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