What part of speech is Bore?
|part of speech:||transitive verb|
|inflections:||bores, boring, bored|
|definition 1:||to make a hole in with an instrument such as a drill. He bored the metal so it could be nailed to the wall. synonyms: drill similar words: hole, perforate, pierce, prick, puncture, ream, trepan|
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Accordingly, what type of word is Bore?
)r, ˈbȯ(?)r Medical Definition of bore (Entry 2 of 2) 1 : the long usually cylindrical hollow part of something (as a tube or artery) 2 : the internal diameter of a tube (as a hypodermic needle, catheter, or sound) a small-bore catheter.
Beside above, what is the noun form of bore? bore. A hole drilled or milled through something, or (by extension) its diameter.
Just so, is bore an adjective?
As an adjective boring describes something (or someone) that is tedious, dull, and lacking in interest. As a noun, boring refers to the act of drilling a hole, or the hole itself.
Is Bored an adverb?
3 Answers. You are looking for an adverb that modifies listening. And the adverb must fit for the person who is doing something boring. To him, taking the new lesson is boring.