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Translation of "abide" - English-Spanish dictionary

abide

verb   /əˈbaɪd/
can’t abide sb/sth
If you can’t abide someone or something, you dislike them very much. no aguantar algn/algo I can’t abide her. He couldn’t abide laziness.947
→  Phrasal verbs abide by sth
(Definition of abide from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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)
Translations of “abide”
in Vietnamese chịu đựng…
in Malaysian tolak ansur…
in Thai ทน…
in French supporter…
in German ausstehen…
in Indonesian membiarkan…
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