"Please bear with us"
I tried to do a research to find the meaning of this phrase: "Please bear with us.", but i coudn't find any. Please help. Thank you.
Please be patient with us.
Originally Posted by Ferdie Formanes
See this dictionary .
This phrase means "please be patient with us" ...
If someone says this, they are kind of warning whoever they are talking to that something might not be as good as they expect....
I went to sleep really late last night and did not have time to prepare this speech, so please bear with me.
(the person is warning the other that because he went to bed so late, that his speech might not be very good, and he asks that they be patient with him)
The best site I think for different idioms and expressions is http://www.CoolAmericanEnglish.com ...
for the most idioms search the stories pages, there are also really cool videos there with subtitles.
Another good place is:
where MANY dictionary are listed.
"bear with" phrasal
(because it is a phrasal verb, and you want to see the respective dictionary pages:
Then look at the respective dictionaries. Several definitions:
Communication Skills in English - Page 47
by AL Madan, Yogita Dua, Sangeeta Mehta
Phrasal Verbs 1. Abide by = remain faithful to Two teams should abide by the ...
Bear with = to be patient with someone She did not like him but she had to ...
The Concise Oxford Dictionary
by Judy Pearsall - Reference - 1999 - 1666 pages
PHRASAL VERBS bear down (of a woman in labour) exert downwards pressure in ...
bear up remain cheerful in the face of adversity,
bear with be patient or ...
Another good place for idioms and phrasals:
box in the center of the page, not the one at the top.
Search Inside: bear
which has several idioms and phrasals with bear, including yours.