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soportar in English:

1. bear bear


The bear left no stone unturned in his search for fat bugs under the rocks.
polar bear
Appointing Cuddles the Bear to the position of Secretary of Defense was one of the defining mistakes of Dolly's brief career as president of the People's Democratic Republic of Tea Time.
In the fourth place, even if we succeeded in carrying off the bear cubs, we could not run up a mountain without stopping to rest.
As long as a bear is relatively inactive, and is not exposed to wind, it does not burn excessive energy in cold weather.
The strain must have been enormous but she bore it well. He couldn't bear to see the dog in pain. I can't bear being bored.
In fact, to move at any speed the polar bear uses twice as much energy as do most other mammals.
It is almost impossible to bear the torch of truth through a crowd without singeing somebody’s beard.
He who seeketh horse or wife without flaws, may forsake his work and bear in mind that bed and stable forever empty he will keep.
The weight of the world is a dangerous thing to try to bear. Take only a small fraction, and the rest of it will soon follow - crushing you.
But Jesus on his part did not entrust himself to them, because he knew all people and needed no one to bear witness about man, for he himself knew what was in man.
It's gonna rain. Bears fly low. / Who's that bear you've brought with you?
bear {rzecz.} niedźwiedź, miś, misiek | to bear {czas.} znieść, urodzić, znosić, nosić, donieść ciążę, cierpieć, ścierpieć stanowić podporę
To survive, the polar bear must keep its body at the right temperature and store enough energy to last between meals that could be a few days or a few months apart.
By the way, this week - no matter what flags are set - it's a certainty that there will be no ecchi scenes. You'll just have to bear with it a while.

2. endure endure


How much more suffering can they endure?
I will endure.
But when his promise was required in writing it was more than he could endure.
By the way, it was culture that helped them to endure four years of war.
Before reading the article, she had never wanted to pull a sledge over sea ice or endure temperatures of minus 40 degrees Celsius.
"At the end of the day, we can endure much more than we think we can."
"And once again, three milion people had to endure a day without power."
Most people who've endured a terrible PowerPoint presentation will have experienced boredom.
He endured his ​illness with ​great ​stoicism.
But they had endured and succeeded quite nicely all to themselves.
Comparatively, traditional stainless steel facilities have to endure costs related to cleaning and sterilizing their equipment.
The political system established in 1400 endured until about 1650.
And he wasn't the only one who doubted the relationship would endure.
The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money.

English word "soportar"(endure) occurs in sets:

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3. put up with put up with


I can’t put up with my boss!
How do you put up with him? He's so irritating.
It's really important to come to work on time. The boss won't put up with tardiness.
we shouldn't put up with the way he treats us
There’s no wind; and the air is dry. It’s easier to put up with than a cold shower.
I don't think I'm going to put up with her complaining any longer.
James was often obnoxious but John put up with him; after all, close friends normally tolerate each other’s faults.
Have you ever had to put up with noisy people in a hotel?
How do you feel when you get stuck in a traffic jam and you have to put up with? I feel stressed out when I get stuck in a traffic jam and I have to put up with it.
but for who are prepared to put up with the lack of comfort in space, the view will definitely make up for the drawbacks
How can they put up with all these inconveniences?
I can put up with the rain - it's the cold I don't like.
How would you fell if you had to put up with a bossy workmate?
How do you put up with the noise of the traffic outside your bedroom window?
What's the worst thing in your daily life, or in your life generally, that you have to put up with?

4. to support to support


He has a wife and ten children to support.
I'm here to support you.

English word "soportar"(to support) occurs in sets:

Basic verbs - Verbos básicos