Definitions and translations for "abide"

Definition of abide

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Verb
1. To wait in expectation.
2. To pause; to delay.
3. To stay; to continue in a place; to remain stable or fixed in some state or condition; to be left.
4. To have one's abode; to dwell; to reside; to sojourn.
5. To endure; to remain; to last.
6. To stand ready for; to await for someone; watch for.
7. To endure without yielding; to withstand; await defiantly; to encounter; to persevere.
The old oak tree abides the wind endlessly.
8. To endure or undergo a hard trial or a task; to stand up under.
9. To await submissively; accept without question; submit to.
10. To bear patiently; to tolerate; to put up with; stand.
11. To pay for; to stand the consequences of; to answer for; to suffer for; to atone for.
12. Abide by
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English - English - abide

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v. stay; live, dwell; continue; tolerate, put up with; wait; comply, submit, obey, conform
n. monument, memorial, monument built in honor of a deceased person or past event

English - Spanish - abide

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v. permanecer, morar, residir; tolerar, soportar; acatar, respetar las leyes

English - French - abide

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v. rester, demeurer; résider; tenir (promesse); tolérer; se conformer à, se soumettre à; repecter; obéir; attendre; maintenir, continuer

English - German - abide

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v. Einhaltung der Regeln, der Gesetze; bleiben; überleben

English - Indonesian - abide

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v. tahan, tinggal, diam, ada, patuh, tunduk

English - Italian - abide

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v. fermarsi; dimorare; tollerare; conformarsi, adattarsi; accondiscendere

English - Polish - abide

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v. wytrzymać, czekać na sposobność, znieść, mieszkać, dotrzymać, trzymać, przestrzegać, respektować, ostawać się przy swoim

English - Portuguese - abide

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v. obedecer a lei; permanecer; sobreviver

English - Romanian - abide

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v. aştepta, rămâne, sta, locui, trăi, sălăşlui, stărui, persevera, răbda, suferi, suporta

English - Russian - abide

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г. выносить, терпеть, оставаться верным, придерживаться, выполнять; быть прочным; ждать; обретаться

English - Turkish - abide

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f. tahammül etmek, katlanmak, çekmek; kurala uymak, sadik kalmak; kalmak, beklemek;

English - Ukrainian - abide

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v. міцний: бути міцним, незмінний: залишатися незмінним, зносити, терпіти, чекати, очікувати, залишатися

Turkish - English - abide

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v. stay; live, dwell; continue; tolerate, put up with; wait; comply, submit, obey, conform
n. monument, memorial, monument built in honor of a deceased person or past event

English - Dutch - abide

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ww. gehoorzamen; blijven; voortbestaan

English - Greek - abide

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ρήμ. παραμένω πιστός, εμμένω, περιμένω, αναμένω, αντέχω, διαμένω, αντιμετωπίζω ευθάρσως, συμμορφώνομαι, υπακούω, υποτάσσομαι, μένω, κατοικώ

Turkish - Turkish - abide

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anıt.

Turkish - French - abide

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monument [le]

Turkish - German - abide

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Denkmal, Monument

Turkish - Russian - abide

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n. памятник (M)

English - Arabic - abide

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‏بقي، إلتزم‏

English - Chinese - abide

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(动) 忍受, 容忍; 等候; 持续; 住, 逗留; 坚持, 遵守

English - Chinese - abide

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(動) 忍受, 容忍; 等候; 持續; 住, 逗留; 堅持, 遵守

English - Hindi - abide

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v. रहना, प्रतीक्षा करना, टिकना, सहन करना

English - Japanese - abide

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(動) とどまる; 居住する; 継続する; 我慢する; 待つ; 従う

English - Korean - abide

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동. 머물다; 살다, 거주하다; 지속하다; 참다; 기다리다; 복종하다, 순종하다

English - Vietnamese - abide

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v. trú,, lưu lại một nơi, tồn tại, chờ, chịu đựng, kéo dài
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Synonyms for abide
1. reside: stick, dwell, inhabit, live, stay, tenant
2. stay: sit, remain, sojourn, tarry, wait, wait for
3. endure: continue, go on, keep on, persevere, persist
4. support: await, second, attend, wait for
Verb forms for abide
Present participle: abiding
Present: abide (3.person: abides)
Past: abided
Future: will abide
Present conditional: would abide
Present Perfect: have abided (3.person: has abided)
Past Perfect: had abided
Future Perfect: will have abided
Past conditional: would have abided