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Meaning of “put up with sb/sth” - Learner’s Dictionary

put up with sb/sth

phrasal verb with put     /pʊt/ verb [T] ( present participle putting, past tense and past participle put)
B2 to accept unpleasant behaviour or an unpleasant situation, although you do not like it: He's so rude, I don't know how you put up with him.Tolerating and enduringCoping and not copingDealing with things or people
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