To keep up in a race or contest:
To stay; continue
To undergo or be subjected to (a negative experience or development):
To bear the weight of, especially from below; keep from falling, sinking, or slipping:
To bear, or put up with (someone or something not especially liked)
To maintain an upright or vertical position on a base or support:
To support or hold up; sustain
To tolerate; bear; endure
To hold up under (pain, fatigue, etc.); stand; bear; undergo
To bear comfortably or patiently; to be reconciled to; to brook.
To put together in a lump or lumps
To withstand is to be able to successfully cope with something or to be able to resist or remain unaffected by something.
To take in; absorb; engulf; envelop
(Informal) To take on the responsibility or obligation for:
To take (what is offered or given); receive, esp. willingly
To go to see or spend time with (someone); call on socially:
To live somewhere temporarily, as on a visit; stay for a while
To continue to exist; endure; persist; last
To pause is defined as to stop for a brief period of time.
After all others in chronology or sequence:
To continue to be; persist:
To postpone until a later time; defer.
To cause to remain or last; retain or maintain:
To be in store:
(Intransitive) To rest satisfied, or apparently satisfied, or to rest without opposition and discontent (usually implying previous opposition or discontent); to accept or consent by silence or by omitting to object; — followed by ""in"", sometimes also by ""with"" and ""to"".
(Obs.) To wait for
To think, speak, or write about a matter in advance.
To live in a place permanently or for an extended period.
House is defined as to provide someone or something with shelter or a place to live.
To have a domicile in a particular place.
To continue in existence; last:
To be a waiter or waitress at:
To continue to live or exist although very close to death or the end
To stop, discontinue, or resign from
To oppose by argument or assertion; to controvert; to express dissent or opposition to; to call in question; to deny the truth or validity of.
To pronounce; utter:
To regard with contempt or scorn:
To pass over or skip from (a record set by a record changer) without playing
To refuse to cooperate with, submit to, etc.
To progress in sequence; go forward:
To indicate unwillingness (to do something):
To leave off doing something; desist from continuing
(Intransitive) To move slowly towards, usually in groups.
To go away from; leave:
To live (with another or in another's home) as a paying guest
To arrange for the publication or display of:
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