Which is correct: "bare" or "bear" ?
These two words sound exactly the same, but they have very different meanings! Getting them confused can have very embarrassing consequences ...
"bare" means uncovered or naked.
Correct: "Please bear with us while we remodel our store."
Incorrect: "Please bare with us while we remodel our store." (Unless you want to invite your customers to strip off their clothes and watch you working!)
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