1. to support
He has a wife and ten children to support.
I'm here to support you.
English word "поддерживать"(to support) occurs in sets:Глаголы в Английском 376-400
The prince says that the world will be saved by beauty! And I maintain that the reason he has such playful ideas is that he is in love.
To burn always with this hard, gem-like flame, to maintain this ecstasy, is success in life.
And at times when I became discouraged with trying to reconcile working and bringing up children, it was my husband who helped to maintain my determination.
And with all their charms they are not of a kind to maintain their influence over us for any length of time, when we know that they are nonentities.
Fathers and teachers, I ponder, "What is hell?" I maintain that it is the suffering of being unable to love.
It is important to maintain backward compatibility with software that was written to run on the former system.
All persons shall have full and free liberty of religious opinion; nor shall any be compelled to frequent or maintain any religious institution.
All social animals use some methods of communication to exchange information and to maintain an orderly community.
The precious results of democracy are the apple of the people's eye and the people will fight to maintain these ideals.
Although it does require effort and resources to maintain a neighborhood, the investment is quickly repaid.
Critics maintain that these reforms will lead to a decline in educational standards.
She's maintaining three kids. (Ona ma na utrzymaniu trójkę dzieci
Definition to maintain a piece of machinery means to keep it in good working order by checking it regularly and mending it as soon as anything goes wrong with it
in a handwritten system, accounts are maintained either in a bound book or a series of separate sheets of paper or card, each account occupying a separate page.
Hoping to cheer up his wife, Tom bought her a beautiful pearl necklace.
I could not but cheer when my friend was handed the trophy.
I want to go and cheer.
The situation is improving, so cheer up!
When the singer appeared on stage, the audience gave him the Bronx cheer, because he dumped his wife for another woman.
Cheer up! Things are not so bad as you think.
Please don't be so sad. Cheer up!
The last three blocks! Come on! Cheer up!
the reason a football team playing at home scores more goals than when playing away is that it is surrounded by its home crowd of supporters who cheer it on.
He seemed genuinely cheered at the prospect of my arrival.
When she finished her speech, everyone cheered enthusiastically.
The cheer went up from Polish supporters, when their team evened the score.
The rebels clapped and cheered.
Cheer up John. There are more fish in the sea.
English word "поддерживать"(cheer) occurs in sets:Unit 1 vocabulary
Networking sites may encourage us to invent details about our social lives.
we were encourage
American industry makes various attempts to find and encourage brilliant students from abroad.
Please refrain from posts that might encourage conflict.
Reading science fiction sometimes does much to encourage a scientific view of the universe.
the passage encouraged me to put away the old personality and to put on the new personality which was created according to God 's will.
to give someone the courage or confidence to do something. I want to thank everyone who has encouraged and supported me.
talk or behave in a way that makes somebody else more confident to do something; My friend encouraged me to write a novel.
In some companies, like Google and the Huffington Post, workplace naps are positively encouraged. They're seen as a way to make staff more productive.
Programs to encourage economic development include investment subsidies
The UK government is currently studying how to encourage people to change their eating habits.
module 2 is designed to encourage studens to prepare systems that will
It’s meant to encourage debate about the treatment of people with disabilities
My parents have always encouraged me in my choice of career. Banks actively encouraged people to borrow money.
It is imperative that we should encourage participatory forms of decision-making.
Only two of the planets could sustain life.
A cup of coffee isn’t enough to sustain you until lunchtime.
The company sustained damages in excess of its insurance coverage.
to make something continue to exist or happen for a period of time. He was incapable of sustaining close relationships with women.
The monument has sustained certain damage.
The soil in this part of the world is not rich enough to sustain a large population.
The team may not be able to sustain this level of performance. The money he received was hardly enough to sustain a wife and five children.
‘this thought had sustained him throughout the years’
If you want to speak fluently you must constantly sustain the contact with language.
while two sustained less serious wound
"A resident sustained bruising to his arms following restraint."
A starting population of 150 to 180 would best sustain itself at the same rate over six to eight generations.
Sustain means to support something or keep it going. If you get hungry in the mid-afternoon, you might try snacking to sustain your energy through dinner.
Time and space are one body, mind and things sustain each other.
English word "поддерживать"(sustain) occurs in sets:Entrepreneurship 1
6. back up
I back up all my data regularly.
You can back up another two feet or so.
I was prepared to back up her story because I knew it was the truth.
The writer doesn't back up his opinions with examples.
I was prepared to back up her story.
Put the car into reverse gear to back up.
I have all the evidence to back up my argument.
You missed the lines in the parking space. You'll have to back upand try again. If you don't believe me, talk to Dave. He'll back me up.
I won't be able to open the gate if the car doesn't back up.
back up your car
Could you back up a little so I can open this drawer.
Make sure you back up your files before you sell that computer.
You missed the lines in the parking space. You'll have to back up and try again.
You could back up your photos onto a CD-ROM.
English word "поддерживать"(back up) occurs in sets:TOEFL - Фразовые глаголы 1 - 25