forbear

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İngilizce - İngilizce
To refuse; to decline; to give no heed
To control oneself when provoked
To refrain from proceeding; to pause; to delay
To keep away from; to avoid; to abstain from; to give up
Alternative spelling of forebear

Beginning with the bald declaration “I think I was cold in the womb,” the speaker in “The Forbears” then decides that his brother (who died soon after birth) must also have been cold in the womb, like his grandfather John and the forbears who antedated John:.

{v} to cease, stop, abstain, decline, spare
not do something; "He refrained from hitting him back"; "she could not forbear weeping"
To control ones self when provoked
To cease from bearing
To control one's self when provoked
{f} refrain from, desist from, hold back
An ancestor; a forefather; usually in the plural
a person from whom you are descended
If you forbear to do something, you do not do it although you have the opportunity or the right to do it. I forbore to comment on this Protesters largely forbore from stone-throwing and vandalism. to not do something you could or would like to do because you think it is wiser not to forbear from. a forebear
To treat with consideration or indulgence
{i} ancestor, forefather
To keep away from; to avoid; to abstain from; to give up; as, to forbear the use of a word of doubtful propriety
Forebear, ancestor
forbearance
Restraint under provocation
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Past participle of forbear
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Obsolete spelling of forbear
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An ancestor

Beginning with the bald declaration “I think I was cold in the womb,” the speaker in “The Forbears” then decides that his brother (who died soon after birth) must also have been cold in the womb, like his grandfather John and the forbears who antedated John.

forbearance
leniency
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patient endurance or toleration of offenses
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{n} act of forbearing, delay, mildness
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{n} one who forbears, one who hinders
Forbearing
forbearant
To forbear
let
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The act of forbearing or waiting; the exercise of patience
forbearance
A refraining from the enforcement of something (as a debt, right, or obligation) that is due
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a delay in enforcing rights or claims or privileges; refraining from acting; "his forbearance to reply was alarming
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At the lenders option (lenders are required to grant forbearance to medical residents during residency) an agreement to accept a temporary cessation of loan payments, an extension of time for making payments, or smaller payments that were previously scheduled
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An authorized period of time during which the loan holder allows the borrower to postpone repayment because of financial difficulty
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The temporary postponement or reduction of student loan payments A forbearance is generally offered at the discretion of the lender During forbearance, the borrower is responsible for all accrued interest
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An agreement to accept a temporary cessation of loan payments, smaller payments than were previously scheduled, or an extension of time for making payments Forbearance may be given for circumstances not covered by deferment that adversely affect the borrower's ability to meet loan payment obligations, such as economic hardship
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a delay in enforcing rights or claims or privileges; refraining from acting; "his forbearance to reply was alarming"
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Temporary postponement or reduction in loan payments Applies to principal or interest or both Interest continues to accumulate
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The postponement for a limited time of a portion or all the payments on a loan when a borrower is delinquent
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An action a lender may take to delay foreclosure or legal issues with a delinquent borrower
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A period of time during which the borrower is permitted to temporarily cease making payments or reduce the amount of the payments The borrower is liable for the interest that accrues on the loan during the forbearance period See the Forbearances section of this web site
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A temporary postponement or reduction of student loan payments, which may be granted if the lender determines that the borrower has a financial hardship During a forbearance, a borrower may postpone repaying the principal, but the interest charges continue to accrue, even on subsidized loans
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A course of action a lender may pursue to delay foreclosure or legal action against a delinquent borrower
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approval If you say that someone has shown forbearance, you admire them for behaving in a calm and sensible way about something that they have a right to be very upset or angry about. All the Greenpeace people behaved with impressive forbearance and dignity. the quality of being patient, able to control your emotions, and willing to forgive someone who has upset you
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Forbearance is a written agreement between you and your lender With this you get permission from your lender to suspend repayments (or make reduced payments) on your student loan for a specific period of time Forbearances are used when you are not eligible for an authorized deferment but are temporarily unable to afford your monthly payment Forbearances are granted at your lender's discretion click here for more information
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A forbearance is a condition where the lender allows the borrower to postpone repaying the principalof their loan, but requires the borrower to continue paying the interest charges
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Permitting the temporary cessation of loan repayments of loans, allowing an extension of time for making loan payments, or accepting smaller loan payments than were previously scheduled
forbearance
A temporary postponement or extension of payments or an agreement to reduce payments by special arrangement between the borrower and the lender
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An arrangement, typically at the discretion of the lender, to delay payments, allow for an extension of time for making payments or accept smaller payments than previously scheduled for a limited, specified period of time, if a borrower is having difficulties that impair his/her ability to repay the loan
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The act by the lender of refraining from taking legal action on a mortgage loan that is delinquent
forbearance
The lender's postponement of foreclosure to give the borrower time to catch up on overdue payments
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The quality of being forbearing; indulgence toward offenders or enemies; long-suffering
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Period of time, often following grace and deferment, during which a borrower may either a) make payments lower than those scheduled or b) delay repayment completely for a designated period of time, usually 6 months to one year Borrowers must apply with their loan servicer for forbearance Forbearance periods are usually loan specific, and forbearance provisions usually vary by loan type Interest accrues on all loans during forbearance (including loans formerly subsidized), interest which, if not paid during forbearance, will be capitalized at the end of each forbearance period
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{i} restraint, abstinence, self-control, moderation
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Postponement of payments or reduction in monthly payments for a limited, specified period of time during which a borrower is unable to make payments
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An authorized period of time during which the lender agrees to temporarily postpone a borrower's principal repayment obligation Interest continues to accrue and usually must be paid during the forbearance period Forbearance may be granted at the lender's discretion when a borrower is willing to repay their loan but is unable to do so
forbearance
good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence
forbearance
A policy of restraint in taking legal action to remedy a default or other breach of contract, generally in the hope that the default will be cured, given additional time Actions a lender may take to delay foreclosure or legal action against a delinquent borrower
forbearance
A special arrangement between the borrower and lender (at lender's option) which may allow the borrower to temporarily stop making payments, obtain an extension for making payments, or make smaller payments than originally scheduled
forbearance
The lender's postponement of foreclosure to give the borrower more time to catch up on payments
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During a forbearance the lender allows the borrower to temporarily postpone repaying the principal, but the interest charges continue to accrue, even on subsidized loans The borrower must continue paying the interest charges during the forbearance period Forbearances are granted at the lender's discretion, usually in cases of extreme financial hardship or other unusual circumstances when the borrower does not qualify for a deferment You can't receive a forbearance if your loan is in default
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{i} one who practices self-control, one who restrains himself
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One who forbears
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yet strong enough to resist aggression"; "was longanimous in the face of suffering
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Disposed or accustomed to forbear; patient; long-suffering
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showing patient and unruffled self-control and restraint under adversity; slow to retaliate or express resentment; "seemly and forbearing
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showing patient and unruffled self-control and restraint under adversity; slow to retaliate or express resentment; "seemly and forbearing yet strong enough to resist aggression"; "was longanimous in the face of suffering"
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present participle of forbear
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Characterized by patience and indulgence; long-suffering: as, a forbearing temper
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approval Someone who is forbearing behaves in a calm and sensible way at a time when they would have a right to be very upset or angry. = tolerant. patient and willing to forgive
forbearingly
in a forbearing manner, tolerantly, patiently, with self-control
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plural of forbear
forbears
third-person singular of forbear
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the past tense of forbear
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of Forbear
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simple past of forbear
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of Forbear
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the past participle of forbear
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past participle of forebear
forebear
{i} ancestor, forefather
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Your forebears are your ancestors. I'll come back to the land of my forebears. = forefather. someone who was a member of your family a long time in the past = ancestor (fore- + bear , from be)
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a person from whom you are descended
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