Abide ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Abide ( verb )

  1. To accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation).
  2. To endure or bear (something unpleasant or unwelcome).
  3. To continue to have a particular quality or remain in a particular state.

Origin:

From old english ābīdan "remain, wait for, endure".

Examples:

  1. We must abide by the rules of the game.
  2. I can't abide dishonesty.
  3. The company will abide by the new laws and regulations.
  4. He couldn't abide the thought of living alone.
  5. They had to abide the loud noise from the construction site every day.

(As a noun)

Abide ( noun )

  1. To accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation).
  2. To endure or bear (something unpleasant or unwelcome).
  3. To continue to have a particular quality or remain in a particular state.

Origin:

From old english ābīdan "remain, wait for, endure".

Examples:

  1. We must abide by the rules of the game.
  2. I can't abide dishonesty.
  3. The company will abide by the new laws and regulations.
  4. He couldn't abide the thought of living alone.
  5. They had to abide the loud noise from the construction site every day.
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