- to bear; to hold; to support；to undertake; to make it one's responsibility
- 1. to bear; to hold; to support
- 2. to undertake; to make it one's responsibility
- 3. to receive; to inherit
- 4. to continue; to carry on
- 5. to confess
- 6. obliged; with thanks
- 7. to please; to flatter
- 8. by (order of)
to support somebody by the arm
corresponding; relevant; relative; fitting; appropriate
to help by the arm
to take; to receive; to accept
Many hands make light work.
The reputation is well supported by fact.
background printing (a feature supported by some printer drivers that allows the user to work with an application while documents are printing)
[Military] to support by coordinated action
distance learning; distance education (A method of instruction and learning designed to overcome barriers of time and space by allowing students to study in their own homes or at local facilities, often at their own convenience, using materials available electronically or by mail. Contact with the instructor usually occurs via telephone or e-mail. Telecommunication networks and teleconferencing have facilitated distance learning. Libraries are working to support distance learning by providing online catalogs and databases, electronic reserves, electronic reference service, online tutorials, and electronic document delivery.)
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