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Spanish translation of “abide”

abide

verb /əˈbaid/
(formal) to put up with; to tolerate
soportar, aguantar
I can’t abide noisy people.
a’biding adjective an abiding feeling or belief lasts for a long time; lasting
Profundo
She was left with an abiding feeling of sadness after saying goodbye to her son.
abide by phrasal verb (past tense, past participle abided) (formal) to act according to; to be faithful to
atenerse a, aceptar
The players must abide by the rules of the game.
(Definition of abide from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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