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单词 abide
释义  a·bide /əˈbaɪd/ verb  1  somebody can’t abide somebody/something STAND/BEARused to say that someone dislikes someone or something very much 某人不能容忍某人/某事物 I can’t abide that man – he’s so self-satisfied. 我受不了那个人,他太自满了。2. LIVE SOMEWHERE (past tense abode /əˈbəʊd $ əˈboʊd/) [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] old use to live somewhere 居住3 abide by something phrasal verb OBEYto accept and obey a decision, rule, agreement etc, even though you may not agree with it 遵从〔决定〕;遵守〔法规〕;信守〔协议等〕 You have to abide by the referee’s decision. 你必须服从裁判的决定。→ See Verb tableExamples from the Corpusabide• Mr Major insisted that the Government would abide by normal parliamentary procedures.• President Aquino said she would abide by the court's decision.• Agreement to abide by the laws of the land is not enough.• Whatever the reason for a refusal, the church musician has to abide by the publisher's decision.• What position are they in to make certain the prisoners abide by the rules of their temporary release?• Those abiding by the spending ceiling can accept contributions at the current level of $ 750.• This abiding relationship extended to all aspects of life, including daily existence.Origin abide Old English abidan, from bidan; → BIDEa·bide verbChineseSyllable  someone or used something much that to Corpus dislikes very someone say

 

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