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bear a resemblance/relation to somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbear a resemblance/relation to somebody/somethingbear a resemblance/relation to somebody/somethingLIKE/SIMILARto be similar to someone or something else The child bore a striking resemblance to his father. The things she says bear little relation to what she actually does. bear
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bear a resemblance/relation to somebody/somethingBellow supported Roth's early work, and Roth's work was to bear a resemblance to Bellow's.The medical model is explicit: Teaching bears a resemblance to the practice of medicine.
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