Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bore"

The meaning of "Bore" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does tidal bores mean?
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Q: What does I'm bored mean?
A: Estou entediado
Q: What does I'm bored mean?
A: Estou entediado! :)
Q: What does bore me more mean?
A: aburreme mas

Example sentences using "Bore"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bore .
A: The professor’s lecture was a bore.
He really is a bore.
Q: Please show me example sentences with i am bore now.
A: ok whats up
Q: Please show me example sentences with Bore, like "I'm bored of/with??"
Thanks. .
A: I'm bored to tears with this TV programme.
I'm bored to death with work in the office.
I'm bored of hearing your sorry tales.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I'm so bored .
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Synonyms of "Bore" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between i'm bored to drive and i'm bored to driving ?
A: Say I’m too bored to drive or I’m too bored to be driving
Q: What is the difference between I'm not bored and I don't get bored. ?
A: I'm not bored. = 네가 물어보는 이 순간에 난 심심하지 않다
I don't get bored. = 언제든지 난 절대 심심하지 않다.
Q: What is the difference between I'm bored and I'm bored her ?
A: "I'm boring for her" is right too, meaning you and your actions are found boring or dull
Q: What is the difference between what a bore and how boring ?
A: bore is a noun. it means someone or something is boring and not interesting.

This place is a bore.

You're such a bore.

What a bore.

The phrase how boring is a statement that shows how boring something is. it's used in response to something happening. it's not used often though. most people just say, "sounds boring" which is the same thing, but more natural.

example:

Michelle: We're going to go golfing!
Sandra: How boring.

Michelle: The library is giving a free workshop!
Sandra: How boring.

Or if Sandra is attending an event and thinks it's boring she might say "How boring." while attending it.


I hope this makes sense! Feel free to ask any questions about my response!
Q: What is the difference between I'm bored and I'm boring ?
A: Taken from a page online:
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In English, we use -ed words to talk about a person’s feeling about a situation, and we use -ing words to talk about the situation itself. For example:

I was bored when I watched that movie.

I thought the movie was boring.

I’m so tired because I had many meetings today.

I had many meetings today and it was very tiring.

So, we use -ed when PEOPLE are the subject of the sentence, and we use -ing when SITUATIONS are the subject of the sentence. However, there is an exception to that. We can use -ing words when a person is the subject IF the person is causing the speaker to have that certain feeling. For example:

My maths teacher is so boring. I hate going to his classes.

My friend Paul is a very boring.

Translations of "Bore"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 시간이 너무 느리게 간다. (because I'm bored)
A: The time is moving so slow. Or Time is slowly passing by.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? bore off fucking hell
A: may be you saw it on tweeter post.
Bore off - command given to someone boring or annoying.
Fucking hell- an explanation of anger or also can be used for explanation of great surprise.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? bore ho raha hu
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? when I'm so bored and I want to quit?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i'm bored
A: I'm bored

Other questions about "Bore"

Q: 1)I'm bored to death.

2)Incredibly bored.

3)I'm dead bored. Does this sound natural?
A: 1)I'm bored to death. natural

2)Incredibly bored. natural

3)I'm dead bored. not natural
Q: Please show me how to pronounce " I'm bored ".
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce I'm bored .
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Q: when I'm bored I speak English Does this sound natural?
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Q: What does "I am not going to bore you with now" mean?

CONTEXT
Wen you guys first started going out, it was very hard for me for many reasons, which I AM NOT GONNA BORE WITH YOU NOW. But i see how happy he is and how happy you guys are....

I want to know that capitalized sentence and what 'bore' means here? I know bore is something not funny but I think, in this case, it seems like totally different meaning.
A: "To bore" is the infinitive verb of "boring". The sentence, written correctly, is "which I am not going TO BORE you with now"
The sentence means that the speaker thinks the reasons will make the people bored/uninterested. So, the speaker does not want "to bore" the listener with the reasons.

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