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English translation of 'supporter'

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supporter 1

[sypɔʀtœʀ ]
masculine noun
1.  (Sport) supporterfan
2.  (Politics) (partisan) supporter
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supporter 2

[sypɔʀte ]
Verb Table transitive verb
1.  (endurer)
[défauts, personne] to standto put up with
[chaleur, vin] to take
Je supporte mal la chaleur. I can’t take hot weather.I can’t stand hot weather.
Je ne supporte pas l’hypocrisie. I can’t stand hypocrisy.
Elle ne supporte pas qu’on la critique. She can’t stand being criticized.
Je ne peux pas la supporter. I can’t stand her.
2.  (résister à)
[chaleur] to withstand
[poids, poussée] to support
3.  (souffrir) [conséquences, épreuve] to endure
4.  (Sport) [concurrent, équipe] to support

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Example Sentences Including 'supporter'

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C'est la meilleure façon d'aider la peau à supporter le poids du buste.
Marie Claire
Ces communes souvent pauvres ont du mal à supporter le coût de la rénovation urbaine.
Le Monde (2002)
Et Béa, elle peut pas la supporter, Mme Roméo, c'est une envieuse, une mauvaise.
Sarraute, Claude Mademoiselle s'il vous plaît
Je n'avais pas prévu d'avoir un supporter supplémentaire.
Le Monde (2002)
On entend parfois qu'il faut les supporter avec ce que cela peut comporter d'attitude résignée.
Mimoun, Sylvain Des maux pour le dire
Tout dépendra de la facture que devront au bout du compte supporter les entreprises.
Le Monde (2000)

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'supporter' in Other Languages

British English: bear /bɛə/ VERB
If you bear something somewhere, you carry it there.
They bore the huge box into the kitchen.
  • American English: bear
  • Arabic: يَحْتَمِلُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: carregar
  • Chinese: 负担
  • Croatian: nositi
  • Czech: nést
  • Danish: bære
  • Dutch: dragen verdragen
  • European Spanish: portar
  • Finnish: kantaa
  • French: supporter endurer
  • German: ertragen
  • Greek: ανέχομαι
  • Italian: portare
  • Japanese: 支える 支持
  • Korean: 받치다
  • Norwegian: bære
  • Polish: przenieść
  • European Portuguese: carregar
  • Romanian: a căra
  • Russian: нести
  • Latin American Spanish: soportar
  • Swedish: bära uppbära
  • Thai: ทน
  • Turkish: taşımak
  • Ukrainian: нести
  • Vietnamese: chịu đựng
British English: put up /pʊt ʌp/ VERB
If people put up a wall, building, tent, or other structure, they construct it.
They put up their tents and settled down for the night.
  • American English: put up
  • Arabic: يُقِيم
  • Brazilian Portuguese: construir
  • Chinese: 建造
  • Croatian: podići
  • Czech: postavit
  • Danish: rejse
  • Dutch: opzetten bijvoorbeeld van een tent
  • European Spanish: erigir
  • Finnish: pystyttää
  • French: supporter endurer
  • German: aufstellen
  • Greek: στήνω
  • Italian: alzare
  • Japanese: 建てる
  • Korean: 설치하다
  • Norwegian: bygge opp
  • Polish: zbudować
  • European Portuguese: construir
  • Romanian: a monta
  • Russian: воздвигать
  • Latin American Spanish: erigir
  • Swedish: sätta upp
  • Thai: สร้าง
  • Turkish: dikmek direk vb
  • Ukrainian: зводити
  • Vietnamese: xây dựng
British English: supporter /səˈpɔːtə/ NOUN
Supporters are people who support someone or something, for example a political leader or a sports team.
...supporters of the football team.
  • American English: supporter
  • Arabic: مُؤَيَّد
  • Brazilian Portuguese: apoiante
  • Chinese: 支持者
  • Croatian: podupiratelj
  • Czech: fanoušek
  • Danish: tilhænger
  • Dutch: supporter
  • European Spanish: seguidor
  • Finnish: kannattaja
  • French: supporter sport
  • German: Anhänger Fan
  • Greek: υποστηρικτής
  • Italian: sostenitore
  • Japanese: 支持者
  • Korean: 지지자
  • Norwegian: supporter
  • Polish: zwolennik
  • European Portuguese: adepto
  • Romanian: suporter
  • Russian: сторонник
  • Latin American Spanish: seguidor
  • Swedish: anhängare
  • Thai: ผู้สนับสนุน
  • Turkish: taraftar
  • Ukrainian: прихильник
  • Vietnamese: người ủng hộ
British English: tolerate VERB
If you tolerate a situation or person, you accept them although you do not particularly like them.
She can no longer tolerate the position that she's in.

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Translation of supporter from the Collins French to English
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