bore through

 v. provŕćati · проврчати vi., provŕtiti · провртити vp.

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  • Through — Through, prep. [OE. thurgh, [thorn]urh, [thorn]uruh, [thorn]oruh, AS. [thorn]urh; akin to OS. thurh, thuru, OFries. thruch, D. door, OHG. durh, duruh, G. durch, Goth. [thorn]a[ i]rh; cf. Ir. tri, tre, W. trwy. [root]53. Cf. {Nostril}, {Thorough} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bore — bore1 [bo: US bo:r] v the past tense of ↑bear bore 2 bore2 v 1.) [T] to make someone feel bored, especially by talking too much about something they are not interested in ▪ He s the sort of person who bores you at parties. ▪ a film that will bore …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bore — I n. a crashing, frightful, insufferable, utter bore II v. 1) (D; intr., tr.) ( to dig ) to bore through (to bore a hole through a board) 2) (D; tr.) ( to weary ) to bore to (he bored us to death/to tears) * * * [bɔː] frightful insufferable utter …   Combinatory dictionary

  • bore — bore1 [ bɔr ] verb * 1. ) transitive to make someone feel impatient or dissatisfied, especially by talking to them about things that are not very interesting: I hope I m not boring you. bore someone with something: I won t bore you with all the… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bore — I UK [bɔː(r)] / US [bɔr] verb Word forms bore : present tense I/you/we/they bore he/she/it bores present participle boring past tense bored past participle bored * 1) [transitive] to make someone feel impatient or dissatisfied, especially by… …   English dictionary

  • bore — 1 the past tense of bear 1 2 verb 1 (T) to make someone feel bored, especially by talking too much about something they are not interested in: I m sorry I spoke for so long I hope I didn t bore you. | bore sb with: My father s always boring us… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bore — {{11}}bore (n.) thing which causes ennui or annoyance, 1778; of persons by 1812; from BORE (Cf. bore) (v.1). {{12}}bore (v.1) O.E. borian to bore through, perforate, from bor auger, from P.Gmc. *buron (Cf. O.N. bora, Swed. borra, O.H.G. boron,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Bore — Bore, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bored}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Boring}.] [OE. borien, AS. borian; akin to Icel. bora, Dan. bore, D. boren, OHG. por?n, G. bohren, L. forare, Gr. ? to plow, Zend bar. [root]91.] 1. To perforate or penetrate, as a solid body,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bore — bore1 [bôr] vt. bored, boring [ME boren < OE borian, to bore < bor, auger < IE base * bher , to cut with a sharp point > Gr * pharein, to split, L forare, to bore, ferire, to cut, kill] 1. to make a hole in or through with a drill or… …   English World dictionary

  • bore — bore1 boreable, borable, adj. /bawr, bohr/, v., bored, boring, n. v.t. 1. to pierce (a solid substance) with some rotary cutting instrument. 2. to make (a hole) by drilling with such an instrument. 3. to form, make, or construct (a tunnel, mine,… …   Universalium

  • bore — I [[t]bɔr, boʊr[/t]] v. bored, bor•ing, n. 1) to pierce (a solid substance) with some rotary cutting instrument 2) to make (a hole) with such an instrument 3) civ to make (a tunnel, mine, passage, etc.) by hollowing out, cutting through, or… …   From formal English to slang

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