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baring, barring, bearing
baring (BAIR ing) (verb)
1. Uncovering, exposing: James was so disturbed that he could not stop baring his innermost feelings.

Jose stood hatless, baring his head to the rain.

barring (BAHR ing) (preposition)
Apart from the occurrence of; unless something happens; excepting: Barring any adverse weather, Derrick and Jenny will walk the full distance.
bearing (BAIR ing) (verb)
Carrying; enduring; an attitude or behavior: Richard kept bearing the shock of the loss of his youngest child and he is bearing his emotions well.

The bear was baring its teeth at the photographer who, barring any accidents, like falling over a stone, was bearing down on it.

bearing (rhymes with tearing)
Carrying; enduring; an attitude or behavior: "He kept bearing the shock of the loss of his youngest child."
(Latin: light-bearing, light producing, emitting light)
(Latin: full of or having the qualities of; in chemistry, a suffix denoting that the element indicated by the name bearing it, has a valence lower than that denoted by the termination -ic; as, nitrous, sulphurous, etc., as contrasted with nitric, sulphuric, etc.)
Word Entries containing the term: “bearing
electronic bearing cursor, electronic bearing marker
1. A line on a radar screen which indicates the bearing of a marine target.
2. A reference to a marine radar set, the bright rotatable radial line on the plan position indicator that is used for the determination of bearing or the calculation of a direction or a geographic position.
This entry is located in the following units: electro-, electr-, electri- (page 58) -tron, -tronic, -tronics + (page 6)
mechanical bearing cursor, bearing cursor
1. In radar, the radial line on a transparent disk that can be rotated to determine bearing or location.
2. A radar set in which the radial line inscribed on a transparent disk can be rotated manually around an axis coincident with the center of the plan position indicator.

It is used for determining bearing or location.

This entry is located in the following unit: mechano-, mechan-; mechanico-; machin- (page 3)