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To be told or informed about something
“I had come to learn of his affair with another woman through an anonymous friend of his.”
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(euphemistic) To have physical or intimate relations with someone
“Paul kept saying that he was made to love her, and that she was made to love him. He then remarked that he couldn't get enough of her, and asked if she could get enough of him.”
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To take a risk or chance on
“Should we bring an umbrella, or chance a rainstorm?”
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To demonstrate empathy
“I fully understand what Bob must be going through following the death of his mother.”
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To recognize something as valuable
“We appreciate the loyalty of our members and will never take them for granted.”
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To evaluate (something), assessing its merits and faults
“His friends would meet on a regular basis to exchange and criticize each other's literary work.”
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(accede to) To assume an office or position
“Shebitku was sole ruler, the first Kushite, in fact, to accede to the throne on Egyptian soil.”
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To become a member of an organization
“We include Europe's new members who will accede next year, all ten of whom have been in our support.”
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(with a personal objective pronoun) To establish someone or something in a certain position
“Her mum had traveled a great geographical distance to give her moral support and help set up her new business.”
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To be a regular patron or visitor of
“Many locals here like to frequent the chic cafe down the road.”
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To agree to receive or take receipt of
“James would accept his award as the league's Most Valuable Player while encouraging everyone to chase their dreams.”
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To examine through the sense of touch
“The shop assistant encouraged her to feel the superior fabric of the handbag in hopes that she would purchase it.”
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To maintain or defend, as a cause or a claim, by words or measures
“By contrast, the pseudosciences uphold their beliefs in an absolute manner as unquestionably true.”
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To physically go along with
“My dog would follow me on all of my hikes through the backcountry.”
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To invite someone somewhere
“Let's ask our new neighbors over for lunch so we can get to know them.”
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To serve or wait on
“I will continue to serve this organization with all my energy, wisdom, and passion.”
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To be living a particular way of life
“I lead a hectic life. I'm always busy and always on the go.”
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To accept
“I decided to take the first job I was offered as I was desperate.”
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To hold or display a specified thought or emotion
“Always encourage the young boy, so that he will have confidence in his ability.”
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(of someone's feelings, wishes, or rights) To have due regard for
“Please respect my family's wish to be left alone during this difficult time.”
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To learn or be taught (something)
“As part of my work, I would study foreign cultures and history over a number of years.”
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(usually in the negative) To eat or drink
“Little Bobby refuses to touch his Brussels Sprouts.”
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To make an attempt at handling a problem or policy
“We must approach this persistent problem with a different strategy if we are to solve it.”
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To visit a person or place
“My parents like to see me at least once a month.”
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To choose to have something
“I'm still hungry, and I'd like more food if possible.”
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To fix one's attention at something or someone
“I think we should now focus on other, more pressing issues.”
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