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comport

verb uk   /kəmˈpɔːt/ us    /-ˈpɔːrt/

comport verb (BEHAVE)

comport yourself to behave in a particular way: She comported herself with great dignity at her husband's funeral.

comport verb (BE SIMILAR)

[I] US formal If an idea or statement, etc. comports, it matches or is similar to something else: The findings of this research do not comport with accepted theory.
comportment
noun [U] uk   /-mənt/ formal us  
This scandal raises new questions about the president's private comportment.
Translations of “comport”
in Chinese (Traditional) 舉止, 行為舉止, 表現…
in Chinese (Simplified) 举止, 行为举止, 表现…
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