US: /əˈbaɪd/
UK: /ɐbˈa‍ɪd/

English Vietnamese dictionary

abide /ə'baid/
  • nội động từ (abode; abode, abide)
    • tồn tại; kéo dài
      • this mistake will not abide for ever: sai lầm này sẽ không thể kéo dài mãi được
    • (+ by) tôn trọng, giữ, tuân theo, chịu theo; trung thành với
      • to abide by one's friend: trung thành với bạn
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) ở, ngụ tại
      • to abide with somebody: ở với ai
  • ngoại động từ
    • chờ, chờ đợi
      • to abide one's time: chờ thời cơ
    • chịu đựng, chịu
      • we can't abide his fits of temper: chúng tôi không thể chịu được những cơn nóng giận của hắn
    • chống đỡ được (cuộc tấn công)

Advanced English dictionary

+ verb (abided, abided)
Help Note: In sense 2 abode is also used for the past tense and past participle.
1 [VN] can't / couldn't ~ sb/sth to dislike sb/sth so much that you hate having to be with or deal with them: I can't abide people with no sense of humour. + He couldn't abide the thought of being cooped up in an office.
2 [V +adv./prep.] (old use or formal) to stay or live in a place: May joy and peace abide in us all.
Phrasal Verbs: abide by sth to accept and act according to a law, an agreement, etc: You'll have to abide by the rules of the club. + We will abide by their decision.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 stand, endure, suffer, submit to, bear, put up with, accept, tolerate, brook:
How can you abide the company of such a fool?
2 live, stay, reside, dwell, sojourn:
Local people believe that the rain god abides in these mountains.
3 remain, stay, continue, tarry; linger, rest:
He'll abide in my care till he can walk again.
4 abide by. consent to, agree to, comply with, observe, acknowledge, obey, follow, submit to, conform to, keep to, remain true to, stand firm by, adhere to, hold to:
You must abide by the rules of the club if you become a member.

Concise English dictionary

+put up with something or somebody unpleasant