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adhere

verb [I] uk   /ədˈhɪər/  us   /-ˈhɪr/ formal
to stick firmly: A smooth, dry surface helps the tiles adhere to the wall.
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Translations of “adhere”
in Vietnamese bám, trung thành…
in Spanish adherirse a, aferrarse a, mantenerse fiel a…
in Thai ติด, ยึดมั่น…
in Malaysian lekat, berpegang teguh…
in French coller à, adhérer à…
in German kleben, treu bleiben…
in Chinese (Traditional) 黏附,附著…
in Indonesian merekat, melekat, menempel…
in Russian прилипать…
in Turkish yapışmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黏附,附着…
in Polish przylegać…
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