Word: abide

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Synonyms: abide

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: abide

spanish
quedar, tolerar, respetar, aguantar


german
einhalten, befolgen, vertragen, ertragen

french
digérer, tolérer, attendre, loger, résider, ...

italian
sopportare

portuguese
esperar, tolerar, padecer, suportar, aguentar, ...

dutch
uithouden, ondergaan, velen, uitstaan, volhouden, ...

russian
проживать, находиться, ждать, жить, придерживаться, ...

norwegian
avvente

swedish
vänta, tåla

finnish
odottaa, pysyä, viipyä, sietää

czech
dodržovat, trpět, strpět, bydlet, trvat, ...

polish
czekać, oczekiwać, znosić, cierpieć, wytrzymywać, ...

greek
εμμένω

ukrainian
незмінним, проживати, притримуватися, перебудьте

bulgarian
трепета

estonian
taluma, koidikulaul

croatian
postojanje, trajanje

latin
habito, patior, possideo

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The meaning and "use of": abide

verb
  • accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation).
  • be unable to tolerate (someone or something).
  • (of a feeling or a memory) continue without fading or being lost.

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