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borne
[bawrn, bohrn]
VERB
1.
a past participle of bear.
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Borne definition, a past participle of bear1 . See more.

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Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries. ... Definition of borne in English: borne. past participle of bear. adjective.

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My book surveys the public-health landscape from food-borne and insectborne diseases to antibiotic resistance, from infectious causes of chronic afflictions to ...

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borne definition, meaning, what is borne: past participle of bear. Learn more.

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Carried or transported by. Often used in combination: current-borne plankton. 2. Transmitted by. Often used in combination: mosquito-borne diseases. American ...

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-borne synonyms, -borne pronunciation, -borne translation, English dictionary definition of -borne. -borne. Translations. English: borne ADJ llevado por, traído ...

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To be borne is defined as to be held up, supported or moved by steady pressure. An example of borne is when a house has held up a roof. An example of borne ...

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borne translation english, French - English dictionary, meaning, see also 'borné', borner',bornes',se borner', example of use, definition, conjugation, Reverso ...