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bear out

to bear out
    • support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm





    1. These facts bear out my hypothesis.
    2. These facts will bear out his story.
    3. The facts bear out this hypothesis.
    4. My son made a small bear out of pipe cleaners.
    5. Tom can't bear the thought of Mary going out with John.
    6. Before you go hiking in the woods, find out what you should do when you meet a bear.
    7. The polar bear, which lives on the polar ice-cap, will lose its home and die out.
    8. Some species are probably not domesticable--the polar bear comes to mind--others, seemingly unlikely--like the alligator--are being farmed today, although keeping them confined has turned out to be a bit of a problem.
    9. It will allow the company to carry out the investment in question without having to bear the full cost.
    10. Those inspections shall be carried out on behalf of the Community, which shall bear the resulting costs.
    11. The Commission considers that the lack of private financing without state support and the available data bear this out.
    12. A CBA compares, concerning the mobile elements, the costs that an investor would bear in order to carry out the project in the region in question with those it would bear for an identical project in a different location.
    13. The labelling of infant formulae may bear nutrition and health claims only in the cases listed in Annex IV and in accordance with the conditions set out therein.
    14. The report shall permit monitoring of the checks carried out and shall bear the date and the name of the official.
    15. Moreover, as already set out in recital 249 of the provisional Regulation it is not considered likely that consumers would bear the full brunt of any measures.