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support /səˈpɔːt $ -ɔːrt/ verb [transitive]
support noun

حمایت یا تقویت کردن تحمل کردن ، اثبات کردن ، تایید کردن نگهداری ، تکفل کردن ، تایید کردن پایه ، نگهداری کردن ، نگهدارنده ، تکیه گاه ، تصدیق کردن ، تکیه گاه ، تایید کردن ، تحمل کردن ، حمایت کردن ، متکفل بودن ، نگاهداری ، تقویت ، تایید ، کمک ، پشتیبان زیر برد ، زیر بری ، پشتیبانی کردن ، علوم مهندسی: پایه ، کامپیوتر: پشتیبانی ، عمران: تکیه گاه ، معماری: پایه ، قانون ـ فقه: حق مالکیت ، بازرگانی: حمایت ، ورزش: تکیه بدن ژیمناست روی دستها ، علوم نظامی: مقر
الکترونیک: حمایت کردن ، پشتیبانی ، کامپیوتر: نگهداری کردن ، حمایت یا تقویت کردن تحمل کردن ، اثبات کردن ، تایید کردن نگهداری ، تقویت ، تکیه گاه ، پایه ، علوم مهندسی: تکفل کردن ، حق مالکیت ، حقوق: تکیه بدن ژیمناست روی دستها ، ورزشی: تکیه گاه ، پایه ، معماری: پشتیبانی ، پشتیبانی کردن ، تایید کردن پایه ، نگهداری کردن ، نگهدارنده ، تکیه گاه ، تصدیق کردن ، پشتیبان ، مقر ، علوم نظامی: تکیه گاه ، عمران: حمایت ، اقتصاد: پشتیبانی ، تکیه گاه ، حمایت کردن ، تایید کردن ، تحمل کردن ، حمایت کردن ، متکفل بودن ، نگاهداری ، تقویت ، تایید، کمک ، پشتیبان زیر برد، زیر بری ، پشتیبانی کردن کامپیوتر: پشتیبانی

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- bear, brace, buttress, carry, hold, prop, reinforce, sustain
- provide for, finance, fund, keep, look after, maintain, sustain
- help, aid, assist, back, champion, defend, second, side with
- bear out, confirm, corroborate, substantiate, verify
- help, aid, assistance, backing, encouragement, loyalty
- prop, brace, foundation, pillar, post
- supporter, backer, mainstay, prop, second, tower of strength
- upkeep, keep, maintenance, subsistence, sustenance
Antonyms: buck
Contrasted words: battle, combat, counter, fight, oppose, withstand
Related Idioms: align oneself with, be on (someone's) side, take (someone's) side, boil the pot, bring home the bacon, make a living for, take care of
Related Words: applaud, approve, endorse, favor, plunk (for), pull (for), root, adopt, embrace, espouse, defend, maintain, sustain, stand, encourage, fortify, stiffen, strengthen, base, foundation, sustentation
English Thesaurus: confirm, prove, back up, support, bear something out, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. support1 S1 W2 /səˈpɔːt $ -ɔːrt/ verb [transitive]
[Word Family: noun: support, supporter; adjective: supportive, supporting; verb: support]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: supporter, from Latin supportare 'to carry', from sub- (sub-) + portare 'to carry']

1. AGREE AND HELP to say that you agree with an idea, group, or person, and usually to help them because you want them to succeed:
The bill was supported by a large majority in the Senate.
support somebody in (doing) something
We need to support our teachers in their efforts to raise standards.
We strongly support the peace process.

2. BE KIND TO SOMEBODY to help someone by being sympathetic and kind to them during a difficult time in their life:
My wife supported me enormously.

3. PROVIDE MONEY TO LIVE to provide enough money for someone to pay for all the things they need:
I have a wife and two children to support.
support somebody by (doing) something
She supports her family by teaching evening classes.
support yourself
I have no idea how I am going to support myself.

4. GIVE MONEY TO SOMETHING to give money to a group, organization, or event etc to encourage it or pay for its costs:
There are a handful of charities which I support regularly.

5. HOLD SOMETHING UP to hold the weight of something, keep it in place, or prevent it from falling:
The middle part of the bridge is supported by two huge towers.
During sleep, our spine no longer needs to support the weight of our body.
support yourself (on something)
I got to my feet, supporting myself on the side of the table.

6. PROVE SOMETHING if results, facts, studies etc support an idea or statement, they show or prove that it is correct:
The results support our original theory.
There is little evidence to support such explanations.

7. SPORTS TEAM British English to like a particular sports team and go to watch the games they play:
Which team do you support?
I’ve supported Liverpool all my life.

8. COMPUTERS to provide information and material to improve a computer program or system, or to make it keep working:
I don’t think they support that version of the program anymore.

9. LAND if land can support people or animals, it is of good enough quality to grow enough food for them to live:
This land can’t support many cattle.

10. WATER/AIR/EARTH if water, air, or earth can support life, it is clean enough, has enough oxygen etc to keep animals or plants alive:
Because of pollution, this lake is now too acid to support fish.
healthy soil that can support plant life

11. support a habit to get money in order to pay for a bad habit, especially taking drugs:
He turned to crime to support his habit.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. support2 S1 W1 noun
[Word Family: noun: support, supporter; adjective: supportive, supporting; verb: support]

1. APPROVAL [uncountable] approval, encouragement, and perhaps help for a person, idea, plan etc:
Local people have given us a lot of support in our campaign.
support for
There was widespread support for the war.
in support
They signed a petition in support of the pay claim.
support of
He had the full support of the general committee.

2. SYMPATHY/HELP [uncountable] sympathy and help that you give to someone who is in a difficult situation or who is very unhappy:
I couldn’t have made it through those times without the support of my boyfriend Rob.

3. MONEY [uncountable] money that you give a person, group, organization etc to help pay for their costs:
The European Union is considering whether to provide financial support for the expedition.
with sb’s support
With your support, we can help these youngsters.

HOLDING SOMETHING UP [uncountable and countable] something that presses on something else to hold it up or in position:
The roof may need extra support.
the wooden supports of the bridge
for support
She grabbed at his shoulders for support.

5. PROOF [uncountable] facts that show that an idea or statement is correct
support for
My own research provides some support for this view.

6. COMPUTERS [uncountable] the help or information that you receive to improve a computer system, make it continue working, or use it correctly:
our technical support team

7. CONCERT/PERFORMANCE [uncountable] a band, singer, or performer that performs for a short time at the same concert as a more famous and popular band etc:
We played support to a band called Shallow.
the support band
the support act (=the support band)

8. SOLDIERS [uncountable] help or protection that is given by one group of soldiers to another group who are fighting in a battle:
logistical support
air/ground support (=help or protection that comes from people in aircraft or people on the ground)

9. FOR PART OF BODY [countable] something that you wear to hold a weak or damaged part of your body in the right place
back/neck/knee etc support
child support, income support, life support system, ⇒ moral support at moral1(3)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. help and encouragement
ADJ. complete, full, total | active, considerable, enthusiastic, firm, generous, good, great, loyal, massive, overwhelming, solid, strong, tremendous, unqualified, wholehearted The socialist candidate enjoys the firm support of local industry. the company's generous financial support of the arts The poll revealed massive support for the proposal. The plan received strong support from farmers.
unflagging, unstinting, unswerving, unwavering We would like to thank Edna Hales for her unstinting support over the years.
growing, increased, increasing | continued, continuing | broad, community, general, majority, mass, popular, public, wide/widespread The government has lost majority support in the Assembly.
main | limited, lukewarm, qualified My idea only received lukewarm support from my colleagues.
adequate, sufficient | direct, indirect | long-term people who need long-term support at home
personal The proposal has the personal support of the president.
mutual The parents of the sufferers get together for mutual support.
international | Labour, Liberal, etc. | all-party, bipartisan, cross-party | administrative, economic, electoral, emotional, financial, moral, political, practical, technical, etc. She took her sister with her to the interview for moral support.
government, official, state | air, military, naval | price a price support mechanism
VERB + SUPPORT enjoy, have The policy has the support of the community.
derive, draw, get, receive Which groups does the party draw most of its support from?
enlist, find, gain, mobilize, secure, win Campaigners have enlisted the support of their local MP.
attract, cultivate, drum up, muster, rally, recruit, seek, solicit, whip up | give sb/sth, lend (sb/sth), offer (sb/sth), provide (sb/sth with), throw organizations that provide support and advice to small businesses She threw her full support behind him.
lose | cut (off), withdraw | need, require She will need a lot of emotional support at this difficult time.
count on, rely on Can I count on your support?
announce, come out in, confirm, demonstrate, express, pledge, reaffirm, show one of the first scientists to come out in support of ‘The Origin of Species’ Many TV celebrities have already pledged their support to the appeal.
bolster, broaden, build (up), increase, strengthen The government is trying to build popular support for an unwinnable war.
SUPPORT + VERB come Support came from all sections of the community.
grow, rise Support for the Liberals has risen to 30 per cent.
SUPPORT + NOUN base He had no support base within the party.
group a local support group for single parents
network | services
PREP. in ~ of an intense campaign in support of the proposal
with/without … ~ The pipeline is to be built with international support.
~ against Farmers mobilized considerable support against government plans to remove import restrictions.
~ among The party wishes to broaden its support among professionals.
~ between mutual support between local cooperatives
~ for The president has expressed his support for the project.
~ from The policy has broad support from industry.
PHRASES a base of support Fears that instability would return under the Democrats gave the government a broad base of support.
a cut/decline in support, an expression of support The rebel leader claimed to have received expressions of support from all the neighbouring countries.
a lack of support, a source of support

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. money to buy food, clothes, etc.
ADJ. child, family, social | income
VERB + SUPPORT claim Families earning below a certain amount can claim child support.
PHRASES a means of support

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. sth that carries the weight of sb/sth
ADJ. firm | additional, extra | back, knee, etc. | roof
VERB + SUPPORT give sth The piece of wood under the mattress is to give my back extra support.
PHRASES hold onto sb/sth for support He held onto his wife for support as he left the hospital.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

I. help/encourage/agree with sb/sth
ADV. fervently, overwhelmingly, strongly The people of this country overwhelmingly support their president. I strongly support the view that education should be available to everyone.
fully, wholeheartedly | unanimously | actively The group is actively supported by several Members of Parliament.
tacitly | enthusiastically | loyally He has supported the party loyally for over twenty years.
ably The soloists were ably supported by the University Singers.
VERB + SUPPORT agree to, be pledged to, pledge to, promise to He promised to support me at the meeting.
be prepared to, be willing to | fail to, refuse to
PREP. in Very few countries supported the United States in its action.
PHRASES be widely supported These policies were widely supported in the country.

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II. show that sth is true/correct
ADV. strongly The evidence strongly supports his claims.
VERB + SUPPORT appear to, seem to, tend to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. give sb money
ADV. financially | generously
VERB + SUPPORT help (to)
PREP. through Her parents supported her all through college.

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[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: He couldn't support the way his father used to shout at him.
GOOD: He couldn't tolerate the way his father used to shout at him.
BAD: Are you prepared to support the noise of the traffic?
GOOD: Are you prepared to put up with the noise of the traffic?

Usage Note:
tolerate, put up with, stand sb/sth (NOT support /suffer ) = be willing to accept someone or something, even though the person or situation is unpleasant: 'I'm surprised that she tolerates his behaviour.' 'It's not a bad job, as long as you can stand the long hours.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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