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to lớn agree with and give encouragement to lớn someone or something because you want him, her, or it khổng lồ succeed:
If you tư vấn a sports team or a sports player, you want them khổng lồ win, and might show it by going lớn watch them play:
Alcoholics Anonymous is a group which supports people who are trying to stop drinking too much alcohol.

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to lớn give a person the money they need in order to lớn buy food & clothes và pay for somewhere lớn live:
When babies first learn lớn stand, they hold on to something to tư vấn themselves (= to stop themselves from falling).
figurative The Bank of Englvà has taken measures khổng lồ support the pound (= lớn stop it from being reduced in value).

In English, many past và present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives. Some of these examples may show the adjective sầu use.


But the idea of an ageless self is also supported by developmental psychological theories, where the development after adolescence is seldom considered.
Indeed, genetically informed studies, in many cases, have supported these main effects, although their magnitude is sometimes less than previously supposed.
The findings reveal that the theoretical Model has been supported to lớn a substantial extent, although not all hypotheses were confirmed by the data.
The results of the two studies supported this prediction & the incrementacác mục Model upon which it is based.
The salience of family relationships is supported by findings from studies that address patient experiences, preferences, và needs.
All other hypotheses are also supported, và suggestions regarding the necessary future direction of environmental policy are made.
When the patient ultimately deteriorates, the clinical staff should be supported if they decide that there should be no escalation in care.
This is supported by the isolated, periclinal nature, the absence of cross-stratification or visible pinching and swelling of laminae across the waves.
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