What is a difference between to bear, to stand, to put up with in using in the situation when one keeps from doing something that can give relief somehow? Are they all is used in such situation?
In very similar but not exactly this meaning all these verbs indicated as synonyms in the Oxford dictionary item 3 though using them in some situation looks awkward to me. Here are examples I have just made up, so it may be somewhere incorrect, but they, I hope, fit the situation:
"If You touched a nettle you should bear/stand/put up with the itch and not scratch it"
"The man in the bus was so arrogant and rude that John can hardly bear/stand/put up with not to punch/punching(in case of put up with using) him"
"- Dad I need a toilet! - Bear/Stand/Put up with it, we will be home soon"
Is it interchangeable in these examples? Actually, in the last case, all three option looks weird to me.