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  1. abide

    • IPA[əˈbʌɪd]

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    • v.
      accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation);be unable to tolerate (someone or something)
    • verb: abide, 3rd person present: abides, gerund or present participle: abiding, past tense: abided, past participle: abided

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    • v.
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    • 1. accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation):

      I said I would abide by their decision

    • 2. be unable to tolerate (someone or something):

      if there is one thing I cannot abide it is a lack of discipline

    • 3. (of a feeling or memory) continue without fading or being lost:

      at least one memory will abide

    • 4. live; dwell:

      many unskilful Men do abide in our City of London

    • n. a place of residence; a house or home:

    • my humble abode

      her current abode

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    • n. a place of residence; a house or home:

    • my humble abode

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    • v. archaic past of abide

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    • v. archaic past of abide

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    • ph. used to refer to one's home with an ironic or humorous show of modesty or humility

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    • n. a person's right to take up residence or remain resident in a country.

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    • n. a person's right to take up residence or remain resident in a country.

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    • ph. (of a person) having no permanent residence

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    • IPA[əˈbīd]

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    • v.
      accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation):
    • I said I would abide by their decision

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