Abide Your Rules

to continue, to endure, to endure, to remain, to persist, is to exist for a certain time or indefinitely. continuous applies to a process that continues endlessly. The search for peace continues in the end, especially if it is not qualified, the existence can be emphasized beyond the normal or expected level. Buying shoes that last adds an involvement of resistance to destructive forces or agencies. Nevertheless, their constant belief implies a stable and constant existence, especially in contrast to variability. a love that lasts 40 years of marriage indicates that it lasts longer than normal or fixed time and often means stubbornness or stubbornness. Feelings of guilt have remained An old definition of housing is “living” – think about living, as it is about “living”. If you follow the rules, it means that you will live with them and follow them. If you can`t stand your sister`s shrill violin, it means you can`t live with it, you can`t be at home when she`s training. You stick to something you don`t like, like your teacher`s long stories about math. It`s not a pleasant experience, but what choice do you have? In its modern sense, the verb to stay means to tolerate or endure something or someone. It is usually used in the negative. endure, suffer, endure, endure, endure, tolerate, stand together to endure something exhausting or painful.

The bear usually involves the power to maintain without contraction or rupture. Forced to endure a tragic loss, it often indicates acceptance or passivity rather than courage or patience in endurance. To endure many insults is to remain firm or determined through trials and difficulties. years of rejection suggest acceptance without resistance or protest. cannot tolerate their rudeness, suggests successfully overcoming or controlling an impulse, resisting, avoiding or annoying something harmful or tasteless. who has refused to tolerate such treatment, puts even more emphasis on the ability to endure discomfort or contractions. Unable to bear teasing The verb phrasal adheres to the means of adhering (a rule) or fulfilling (a promise). The word already existed before the 12th century, but it is now somewhat rare, except in some specialized uses. Even more archaic for our modern ear is “abidden”, the original past of “staying”. Today, the past section and the past section are served by “stay” either “alive” or “linger”, “linger” being the most common choice.

“Stay” often appears in the phrase “cannot (or could not) stay”. The phrase “stick to it,” which means “adapt” or “yield,” is also common. Related terms include the participatory adjective “permanent” (meaning “permanent” or “continuing”, as in “a continuing interest in nature”), the noun “adherent” (“continuation” or “conformity”) and the noun “residence” (“residence”). Comments from users of this dictionary suggest that many people who are interested in the meaning of the word are motivated by one of two quite different things: the Bible, in which, for example, Jesus calls his disciples to “abide in me”; and the movie The Big Lebowski, in which Jeffrey Lebowski (aka “The Dude”) announces that “The Dude remains”. The film and the book did a lot to keep the word in common common parlance. Although the sources are very different, in each of these particular examples, consistency is used as defined in the first intransitive sense: “to remain stable or fixed in a state”. In the phrase “Stay in me,” Jesus asks His disciples to remain constant in their relationship with Him. The exact meaning of “The Dude Remains” is debated, but there is obviously an idea that constancy is claimed by Lebowski himself – perhaps metaphysically.

Staying means “being able to live with her or accept her.” If you can`t stick to something, it means you can`t stand it. If you can stand it, it means you can live with it. before the 12th century, in the sense defined in the transitive sense 2 The words that defined the week of February 8, 2019 Joshua Stamper`s musical theme ©2006 New Music of Jerusalem/ASCAP And ended with pairs of words – a fantasy, a step – for the same things. .