What Is Another Way to Say “Bear With Me”?

Looking for synonyms for bear with me? We’ve got you covered!

Here’s a list of other ways to say bear with me.

  • Be patient
  • Hang in there
  • Hold on
  • Wait a moment
  • Give me a second
  • Just a minute
  • Stay with me
  • Allow me some time
  • Keep the line
  • Stand by

Want to learn how to say bear with me professionally? Keep reading for examples and use cases.

1. Be Patient

“Be patient” is used to ask someone to wait calmly for a little longer.

  • Example: Please be patient while we resolve the technical issue.

2. Hang in There

“Hang in there” is an informal way to encourage someone to continue enduring a difficult situation.

  • Example: Hang in there, we’re almost done with the annual audit process.

3. Hold On

“Hold on” is used to ask someone to wait briefly, especially while you check information or are interrupted.

  • Example: Hold on, let me pull up your account details.

4. Wait a Moment

“Wait a moment” is a polite request for a brief pause.

  • Example: Wait a moment, I’ll confirm the meeting schedule.

5. Give Me a Second

“Give me a second” is an informal request for a very short wait.

  • Example: Just give me a second to finish this email.

6. Just a Minute

“Just a minute” is similar to “give me a second,” asking for a brief period of patience.

  • Example: I’ll be with you in just a minute, I need to wrap up this call.

7. Stay with Me

“Stay with me” is asking for continued attention or patience, often used during explanations or presentations.

  • Example: Stay with me, I’m about to get to the crucial part of my report.

8. Allow Me Some Time

“Allow me some time” is a polite way of asking for a longer period to deal with or complete something.

  • Example: Allow me some time to analyze these figures, and I’ll get back to you with my findings.

9. Keep the Line

“Keep the line” is a less common phrase, used to ask someone to stay on the line or remain connected, usually on a call.

  • Example: Please keep the line; I’m transferring you to the relevant department.

10. Stand By

“Stand by” is used to ask someone to wait, especially while you prepare or get ready for something.

  • Example: Stand by for the conference call; the host will join shortly.

Linda Brown