Definition of 'cope'
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He is now in his early twenties and able to cope with life relatively well. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He has coped reasonably well and often thanks me for all my help and support. The Sun (2016)What have been her coping mechanisms over this difficult period? The Sun (2016)Recent studies have shown that people prone to nostalgia are better at coping with stress. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We try to see how we cope with the situation. The Sun (2016)The way we adapted our tactics and coped with the problems was tremendous. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In short, we need to lock fewer people up if the system is to cope. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But we weren't good enough to cope with India. The Sun (2016)He's big enough, old enough and been round the block enough to cope. The Sun (2016)Spending time with people who enjoy life helps you cope with the difficult ones. The Sun (2012)It is simply a coping mechanism to deal with emotional pain and anger. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sometimes the depressive symptoms are delayed and appear when the sufferers feel they are coping well. Coming Off Tranquillizers and Sleeping Pills (1991)Evidence suggests contact with bugs and viruses helps the immune system cope with future attacks. The Sun (2008)They have been looking for the enemy so they build up these coping mechanisms. Times, Sunday Times (2012)My free leaflet on coping with exam stress will help. The Sun (2006)They are not old enough to cope with or understand the competitiveness of such shows. The Sun (2009)You need financial security and the support of a loving partner to cope with those demands. The Sun (2014)We have the experience to cope with this situation. The Sun (2008)This is your problem to cope with. The Sun (2007)They struggled to cope with the loss. Times, Sunday Times (2012)My job is to help equip her with the things that can help her cope with life. The Sun (2015)As a family we are proud of how our nephew deals and copes with his disability. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is amazing how well he has coped. The Sun (2010)Check the key to find out how your immune system is coping. Stay Well This Winter (1989)His back was therefore not strong enough to cope with stresses and he went into spasm. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The safety system was not good enough to cope. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Stress occurs when you feel you cannot cope with the demands made on you. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They would not have been able to cope with this situation. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They have coped with injury problems that should ease. Times, Sunday Times (2011)People often ask me about coping with loss. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Another son struggled to cope with life after a serious road accident. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I know now how to deal and cope with it. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'cope'
British English: cope /kəʊp/ VERB
If you cope with a problem, task, or difficult situation, you deal with it successfully.
She had to cope with losing all her money.
- American English: cope
- Arabic: يَتَغَلَّبُ عَلَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: aguentar
- Chinese: 应付
- Croatian: nositi se
- Czech: zvládnout
- Danish: klare
- Dutch: het aankunnen
- European Spanish: sobrellevar
- Finnish: selviytyä
- French: surmonter
- German: zurechtkommen
- Greek: αντιμετωπίζω επιτυχώς
- Italian: far fronte
- Japanese: うまく対処する
- Korean: 대처하다
- Norwegian: klare brasene
- Polish: poradzić sobie
- European Portuguese: aguentar
- Romanian: a face față
- Russian: справляться
- Spanish: sobrellevar
- Swedish: klara av
- Thai: รับมือได้
- Turkish: başa çıkmak
- Ukrainian: долати
- Vietnamese: đối phó
Definition of cope from the Collins English Dictionary
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