Bearing refers to a circular-shaped metallic insert used in engine blocks to provide low friction support for rotating engine components such as crankshafts, connecting rods, and camshafts.

See also:
"Bearing" is in the NAICS Code "112930"
  (Fur-Bearing Animal and Rabbit ProductionFur bearing animal production)

"Bearing" is in the HS Code "2505"
  Natural Sands Of All Kinds, Whether Or Not Coloured, Other Than Metal Bearing Sands Of Chapter 26

"Bearing" is in the UNSPSC Code "27113202"
  Bearing fitting tool kits

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