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abide

US [əˈbaɪd]
UK [əˈbaɪd]
  • v.容忍;等候;逗留;居留
  • Web遵守;忍受;坚持
Past Tense:abode  Past Tense:abided  Simple Present:abides  Present Participle:abiding  
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v.
1.
[t]
(十分厌恶而)不能容忍,无法容忍to dislike sb/sth so much that you hate having to be with or deal with them
I can't abide people with no sense of humour.
我讨厌和没有幽默感的人打交道。
He couldn't abide the thought of being cooped up in an office.
一想到关在办公室里工作,他就觉得受不了。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
逗留;停留;居留;居住to stay or live in a place
May joy and peace abide in us all.
愿我们大家都欢乐平安。

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