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Noun
Plural for a structure that complements or supplements something else
“Built with bipartisan support, what opened in the Ghanaian capital of Accra is no ordinary highway.”
Noun
Plural for financial help
“There will be no support for any organization associated with the manufacturing of nuclear weapons.”
Noun
Plural for denotes assistance or an approval
“You will have your parents' support regardless of the path you choose to take.”
Noun
Plural for a sanction; or public approval
“His policy on tax reforms attracted positive support from the people.”
Noun
Plural for essential things that provides sustenance for life
“Once you get to a significantly high altitude, there will be very little support afforded to you to keep you alive.”
Noun
Plural for evidence; proof
“There is strong support from available research that suggests that life is sustainable on Mars.”
Noun
Plural for answers to questions regarding consumer products
“More experienced and knowledgeable support for this product and service is required.”
Noun
(computing) Plural for usability or compatibility
“Your current version of Windows has no support for the drivers that you are trying to install.”
Noun
Plural for the bearing of a secondary role
“Without Joe as my support, and his relentless encouragement, I would not have finished the project.”
Verb
To assist by contributing
“The National Institute of General Medical Sciences will support research in the basic medical sciences.”
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To approbate or endorse
“He will staunchly support the new president despite his controversial views on the matter.”
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To strengthen or stabilize
“Would you be able to support the table on both sides while I attach the legs?”
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To provide care; to help or encourage
“The hospital will support you and your immediate family during these dire times.”
Verb
To substantiate or verify; to vindicate
“I have enough testimonies from all of the victims to support charges against the perpetrator.”
Verb
(archaic) To endure or tolerate
“I am unable to support the sheer amount of pain in my foot any longer.”
Verb
To make a living for the benefit of others
Noun
Plural of rope
Verb
To establish a fact to be true
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