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support

  

      vb   tr  
1    to carry the weight of  
2    to bear or withstand (pressure, weight, etc.)  
3    to provide the necessities of life for (a family, person, etc.)  
4    to tend to establish (a theory, statement, etc.) by providing new facts; substantiate  
5    to speak in favour of (a motion)  
6    to give aid or courage to  
7    to give approval to (a cause, principle, etc.); subscribe to  
to support a political candidature     
8    to endure with forbearance  
I will no longer support bad behaviour     
9    to give strength to; maintain  
to support a business     
10    tr   (in a concert) to perform earlier than (the main attraction)  
11      (Films, theatre)  
a    to play a subordinate role to  
b    to accompany (the feature) in a film programme  
12    to act or perform (a role or character)  
      n  
13    the act of supporting or the condition of being supported  
14    a thing that bears the weight or part of the weight of a construction  
15    a person who or thing that furnishes aid  
16    the means of maintenance of a family, person, etc.  
17    a band or entertainer not topping the bill  
18    often preceded by: the   an actor or group of actors playing subordinate roles  
19      (Med)   an appliance worn to ease the strain on an injured bodily structure or part  
20    the solid material on which a painting is executed, such as canvas  
21       See       athletic support  
     (C14: from Old French supporter, from Latin supportare to bring, from sub- up + portare to carry)  
  supportless      adj  


athletic support  
      n      a more formal term for       jockstrap  
decision support system  
      n   a system in which one or more computers and computer programs assist in decision-making by providing information  
family support  
      n     (N.Z)   a means-tested allowance for families in need  
income support  
      n   (in Britain, formerly) a social security payment for people on very low incomes  
life-support  
      adj   of or providing the equipment required to sustain human life in an unnatural environment, such as in space, or in severe illness or disability  
price support  
      n   government maintenance of specified price levels at a minimum above market equilibrium by subsidy or by purchase of the market surplus at the guaranteed levels  
support area  
      n     (Military)   an area containing concentrations of personnel and materiel ready to support a force in the field  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
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support

  

      vb  
1    bear, bolster, brace, buttress, carry, hold, hold up, prop, reinforce, shore up, sustain, underpin, uphold  
2    be a source of strength to, buoy up, cherish, encourage, finance, foster, fund, hold (someone's) hand, keep, look after, maintain, nourish, provide for, strengthen, subsidize, succour, sustain, take care of, underwrite  
3    advocate, aid, assist, back, boost (someone's) morale, champion, defend, espouse, forward, go along with, help, promote, second, side with, stand behind, stand up for, stick up for     (informal)   take (someone's) part, take up the cudgels for, uphold  
4    attest to, authenticate, bear out, confirm, corroborate, document, endorse, lend credence to, substantiate, verify  
5    bear, brook, countenance, endure, put up with     (informal)   stand (for), stomach, submit, suffer, thole     (dialect)   tolerate, undergo  
      n  
6    abutment, back, brace, foundation, lining, pillar, post, prop, shore, stanchion, stay, stiffener, underpinning  
7    aid, approval, assistance, backing, blessing, championship, comfort, encouragement, espousal, friendship, furtherance, help, loyalty, moral support, patronage, promotion, protection, relief, succour, sustenance  
8    keep, livelihood, maintenance, subsistence, sustenance, upkeep  
9    backbone, backer, comforter, mainstay, prop, second, stay, supporter, tower of strength  
  
Antonyms     
,       vb  
2    live off, sponge off  
3, 4 & 5    challenge, contradict, deny, go against, hinder, hold out against, oppose, refute, reject, stab in the back, turn one's back on, undermine, walk away from  
      n  
7 & 9    antagonist, burden, denial, encumbrance, hindrance, impediment, opposition, refutation, rejection, undermining  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

advanced life support n.
training or Intensive Care in out hospital Intensive care setting
Medical term; See also Mobile Intensive Care Unit

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n.
Basic Life Support
n.
Advanced Life Support
intensive care in out of ICU setting
n.
Advanced Trauma Life Support
Medical term
n.
advanced life support mobile intensive care unit
Medical term
v.
maintain ; bear ; stand ; support ; tolerate
n.
someone who is providing advice and support for his mate when it comes to potential relationships/partners
n.
a group of people who decide to meet and make purchases at a local business. The aim is both to support it and to meet up with the community.
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n.
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2. this meaning has been popularised by the TV series How I Met Your Mother
n.
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n.
someone who shows no support or enthusiasm about an idea/proposal/situation
n.
financial support for project provided collectively by a network of people on the Internet
n.
Phrase used when someone has brought all the evidences to support his point of view; "I'm done with explanations"
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