Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cope"

The meaning of "Cope" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to cope with
mean?
A: to face and deal with responsibilities, problems, or difficulties, especially successfully or in a calm or adequate manner: After his breakdown he couldn't cope any longer
Q: What does cope with mean?
A: deal effectively with sth difficult
to solve a problem
Q: What does to cope with mean?
A: It means do deal with something or to continue on despite an obstacle. For instance: He is coping with the loss of his dog.

Q: What does coping mean?
A: to struggle dealing with something.
example :I'm coping with having a handicapped child.
Q: What does cope with mean?
A: Cope means to deal with. In this sentence it means friends can help you deal with the fact that someone close to you died. They will help comfort you/ allow you to deal with/ accept the death of a loved one.

Example sentences using "Cope"

Q: Please show me example sentences with coping up.
A: Ahh, “cooped up” 다른 거예요. 입력 실수 한 줄 알았는데 ㅋㅋ...

“I’m tired of being cooped up in the house. I’m going to the beach for some fresh air.”

“It’s sad seeing that dog cooped up all day.”

“Being cooped up in their cell, prisoners don’t have much else to do but read books.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with cope.
A: We are living in a globally competitive world, thus we must cope up with the ever changing system.

To cope up in your studies means to focus on getting your grades better.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "cope" or "cope with".
A: -I'm trying hard to cope with the loss of my pet.

-He tries to cope with his stress with reading.

-The doctor knows how to cope with this emergency situation.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cope with both.
A: I've been coping with depression
I've brought both coke and beer
I've been coping with the breakup since last week (I'm fine).
We're both on our way home ✌✌✌
Q: Please show me example sentences with cope with .
A: "While I read, I had to cope with the dust on my glasses because I did not have a cleaning cloth at the moment."

"Sorry son, this just something you will have to cope with."

"I am trying to cope with the fact that my mother-in-law is going to be here all week."

Synonyms of "Cope" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between cope with and deal with ?
A: I can't cope with all this extra work, I'm under too much stress.

It's late now, I will deal with it in the morning.
Q: What is the difference between to cope and to deal ?
A: ‘cope’ é pra coisas graves mas graves mesmo

‘Cope with the loss of a family member’
‘Cope with the aftermath of the storm’
Q: What is the difference between cope with and deal with ?
A: They mean the same thing but “cope” is used with more serious issues, and especially emotional issues. “Deal” can be used for both serious and less serious issues.


It is hard for a child to cope with divorce.
(Or)
It is hard for a child to deal with parents’ divorce.

He could not cope with his wife’s death
(Or)
He could not deal with his wife’s death.

For less tragic situations, “deal” is more appropriate than “cope”:

I hate dealing with nasty customers.

Having three older sisters is a lot to deal with!

Hope this helps.
Q: What is the difference between cope and manage ?
A: To cope is to live with a hardship. I struggle to cope with bad health.
To manage is to keep everything controlled, updated, etc. This business takes some time, but it is easy to manage.
Q: What is the difference between cope with and deal with ?
A: Usually "cope with" means "적응 해야하는 상황" and "deal with" means "해결 해야 하는 상황".
"I need to cope with my life situations (or surroundings), but I have deal with my problems first."

Translations of "Cope"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cope by
cope with
A: thank you! yea sure
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cope
A: To manage difficult circumstances as best you can. This could be emotional or tangible, like The death of a loved one or money troubles.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cope
A: Cope means you have the ability to deal with something difficult or stressful. Example: " I can't cope with this stress." "This news is hard to cope with."

Other questions about "Cope"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce cope with.
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Q: I can't cope with you. does this sound natural?
A: Yes that sounds perfect 👍
Q: He works so many hours.I don't know how he copes with it. does this sound natural?
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