bore

bore
I [bɔː(r)]
passato bear II
II [bɔː(r)]
nome
1) (person)

he's such a bore! — è così noioso!

2) (situation)

what a bore! — che noia! che barba!

III [bɔː(r)]
verbo transitivo (weary) annoiare
••

to bore sb. stiff o to death o to tears — annoiare a morte qcn

IV [bɔː(r)]
nome
1) (anche borehole) foro m.
2) (of gun barrel, pipe) calibro m.

12-bore shotgun — fucile calibro 12

V 1. [bɔː(r)]
verbo transitivo (drill) scavare
2.
verbo intransitivo

to bore into o through (per)forare; her eyes bored into me — mi penetrò con lo sguardo

VI [bɔː(r)]
nome (wave) mascheretto m.
* * *
[bo:]
past tense; = bear I
* * *
bore (1) /bɔ:(r)/
n.
1 foro; pozzo (per trovare acqua, ecc.)
2 (mecc.) camera cilindrica; diametro interno (di tubo, ecc.)
3 (autom.) alesaggio (diametro di un cilindro di motore): bore gauge, calibro di alesaggio
4 (mil.) anima (d'arma da fuoco)
5 scandaglio
● (mil.) bore diameter, calibro □ (ind. min.) bore-hole, pozzo di trivellazione.
bore (2) /bɔ:(r)/
n.
1 persona noiosa; seccatore; scocciatore
2 noia; barba (fam.).
bore (3) /bɔ:(r)/
n. [u]
(geogr.) onda di marea (che risale un fiume).
bore (4) /bɔ:(r)/
pass. di to bear (1).
(to) bore (1) /bɔ:(r)/
A v. t.
1 forare; perforare; trivellare; scavare: to bore a hole, fare (o praticare) un foro; Oil wells are made by boring the ground, i pozzi petroliferi si scavano trivellando il terreno; A new tunnel will be bored under the Alps, si scaverà una nuova galleria sotto le Alpi
2 (mecc.) alesare; barenare
B v. i.
1 perforarsi: Soft materials bore easily, i materiali teneri sono facili a perforarsi
2 farsi largo; spingersi avanti
3 (di cavallo) spingere la testa in avanti
to bore for oil, fare trivellazioni in cerca di petrolio □ (di un tarlo) to bore into the wood, forare il legno □ to bore one's way, aprirsi un varco; farsi largo (tra la folla).
♦ (to) bore (2) /bɔ:(r)/
v. t.
tediare; annoiare: to bore to death (o to tears) annoiare a morte.
* * *
I [bɔː(r)]
passato bear II
II [bɔː(r)]
nome
1) (person)

he's such a bore! — è così noioso!

2) (situation)

what a bore! — che noia! che barba!

III [bɔː(r)]
verbo transitivo (weary) annoiare
••

to bore sb. stiff o to death o to tears — annoiare a morte qcn

IV [bɔː(r)]
nome
1) (anche borehole) foro m.
2) (of gun barrel, pipe) calibro m.

12-bore shotgun — fucile calibro 12

V 1. [bɔː(r)]
verbo transitivo (drill) scavare
2.
verbo intransitivo

to bore into o through (per)forare; her eyes bored into me — mi penetrò con lo sguardo

VI [bɔː(r)]
nome (wave) mascheretto m.

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