Sinónimos de support en inglés:

support


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1‘the roof was supported by massive stone pillars’

SINÓNIMOS
hold up, bear, carry, prop up, keep up, bolster up, brace, shore up, underpin, buttress, reinforce

2‘he was struggling to support his family’

SINÓNIMOS
provide for, provide sustenance for, maintain, sustain, keep, take care of, look after

3‘Martha lovingly supported him to the end’

SINÓNIMOS
give moral support to, give strength to, be a source of strength to, comfort, bring comfort to, sustain, encourage, buoy up, hearten, fortify, console, solace, give sympathy to, reassure, succour, soothe
coloquial buck up
ANTÓNIMOS

neglect, abandon

4‘there seems to be evidence to support both of these arguments’

SINÓNIMOS
substantiate, back up, give force to, give weight to, bear out, corroborate, confirm, attest to, verify, prove, validate, authenticate, endorse, ratify, document
ANTÓNIMOS

contradict, undermine

5‘all the money we receive will be used to support charitable projects in Africa’

SINÓNIMOS
help, aid, assist
contribute to, give a donation to, give money to, back, underwrite, subsidize, fund, finance, succour
Norteamericano coloquial bankroll

6‘he obtained 773 votes as an independent candidate supported by a residents' association’

SINÓNIMOS
back, champion, give help to, help, assist, aid, be on the side of, side with, favour, prefer, abet, aid and abet, encourage
vote for, ally oneself with, stand behind, fall in with, stand up for, defend, take someone's part, take up the cudgels for
sponsor, vouch for, second, promote, endorse, sanction, approve of, give one's blessing to, smile on
coloquial stick up for, throw one's weight behind
ANTÓNIMOS

oppose

7‘a bold initiative to support human rights around the world’

SINÓNIMOS
advocate, promote, further, champion, back, be on the side of, espouse, espouse the cause of, be in favour of, recommend, defend, subscribe to

8‘at work during the day I could support the grief’

SINÓNIMOS
endure, bear, put up with, tolerate, stand, abide, suffer, stomach, brook, sustain, shoulder, weather

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1‘one of the bridge supports had developed a six inch crack’

SINÓNIMOS
pillar, post, prop, underprop, underpinning, base, substructure, foundation
brace, buttress, abutment, bolster, upright, stay, stand, trestle, crutch, plinth

2‘parents who refuse to pay support to their children’

SINÓNIMOS
maintenance, keep, sustenance, subsistence
food and accommodation

3‘I was lucky to have my family's support during this difficult time’

SINÓNIMOS
moral support, friendship, strengthening, strength, encouragement, buoying up, heartening, fortification, consolation, solace, succour, relief, easement
coloquial bucking up

4‘he was a great support when her father died’

SINÓNIMOS
comfort, help, assistance, tower of strength, prop, backbone, mainstay

5‘we will provide support for essential community services’

SINÓNIMOS
contributions, backing, donations, money, subsidy, funding, funds, finance, capital

6‘many stars openly voiced their support for one candidate or another’

SINÓNIMOS
backing, help, assistance, aid, votes, endorsement, sanction, approval, blessing, patronage

7‘there has been a surge in support for decentralization’

SINÓNIMOS
advocacy, backing, promotion, championship, espousal, defence, recommendation, recommending, argument for, arguing for