英美音标：英 [ə'baɪd] 美 [ə'baɪd]
英语例句：(1) Everyone must abide by the law.(2) Once you make a promise, you must abide by it.(3) She can't abide that man.(4) I cannot abide the loud noise anymore.
中文例句：(1) 所有的人都应遵守法律。(2) 一旦你许诺,你必须遵守你的诺言。(3) 她不能忍受那个人。(4) 我再也无法忍受这么大的噪音。
vocabulary简明：Abide means to be able to live with, or stand. If you can't abide with something, it means you can't stand it. If you can abide it, it means you can live with it.
vocabulary扩展：An old definition of abide is 'to live'––think of abode, as in dwelling. If you abide by the rules, it means you live with them, and you will follow them. If you can't abide your sister's shrill violin playing, it means you can't live with it, you can't be in the house when she's practicing. You abide something you don't like, like your teacher's long stories about math. It's not a pleasant experience, but what choice do you have?
柯林斯解释：1[PHRASE 短语]See also:abiding；law-abiding；难以忍受；无法容忍 If you can't abide someone or something, you dislike them very much. [with brd-neg]I can't abide people who can't make up their minds...我受不了优柔寡断的人。She couldn't abide his success.她见不得他成功。相关词组：abide by