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səˈpɔːt Listen
  • bear all or part of the weight of; hold up.
    E.g. the dome was supported by a hundred white columns
  • give assistance to, especially financially.
    E.g. the government gives £2,500 million a year to support the voluntary sector
  • suggest the truth of; corroborate.
    E.g. the studies support our findings
  • (of a computer or operating system) allow the use or operation of (a program, language, or device).
    E.g. the new versions do not support the graphical user interface standard
  • endure; tolerate.
    E.g. at work during the day I could support the grief
  • a thing that bears the weight of something or keeps it upright.
    E.g. the best support for a camera is a tripod
  • material assistance.
    E.g. the bank provided unstinting financial support
  • evidence that serves to corroborate something.
    E.g. the study provides support for both theories

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