Sinônimos de prop
to place or leanHe propped his bike against the fence.
She was feeling tired and was glad to lean against him.
Chairs were placed in rows for the parents.
He took the case out of her hand and set it on the floor.
Stand the plant in the open in a sunny, sheltered place.
Position trailing plants near the edges of the basket.
He rested his arms on the back of the chair.
Lay a sheet of newspaper on the floor.
He balanced a football on his head.
to sustain or supportPlaster ceilings are propped with scaffolding.
the thick wooden posts that supported the ceiling
the basic costs of maintaining a child
sustain, , ,
The magnets have lost the capacity to sustain the weight.
The lights showed the old timbers, used to brace the roof.
upholding the artist's right to creative freedom
a number of measures intended to bolster morale
His tough line is buttressed by a democratic mandate.
something that gives rigid support, such as a poleThe timber is reinforced with three steel props on a concrete foundation.
a person or thing giving moral supportThe army is one of the main props of the government.
See prop something or someone up
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in the sense of anchor
a source of stability or security
He provided an emotional anchor for her.
in the sense of backbone
the economic backbone of the nation
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