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

  • The meaning of "Cope" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. Perhaps you mean "to cop to" which means "to admit" or "to take responsibility for"

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    2. to struggle dealing with something. example :I'm coping with having a handicapped child.

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    2. It means do deal with something or to continue on despite an obstacle. For instance: He is coping with the loss of his dog.

  • Example sentences using "Cope"

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    2. They are very similar and can be used interchangeably. Handle would allow someone to try to control a situation better. Cope would suggest struggling. I tried to cope with it. I can't cope anymore. However, as I said earlier, they are very similar.

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    2. "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."

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    2. -She felt threatened when the man started yelling and moving in close. -The clouds were dark and threatened to rain. -She went to the bank and opened an account. -The account she gave of the accident, seemed to be a lie -Because he lost his job, Paul was struggling to pay his rent. -I am struggling in my math class, so I am going to get a tutor. -She is very shy and lacks self confidence. -I want to speak with my Korean friend, but I lack enough vocabulary. -Shelly considers Sarah to be her best friend. -Once given all of the evidence, the judge considers what the sentence should be. -When driving, always obey the traffic lights. -Children should obey their teacher’s instructions -The politician’s remarks on gun control may elicit anger. -A clown hopes to elicit laughter from the audience. -Cindy was very anxious while waiting for the plane to take off. -Jon was anxious while waiting for the test results. -Because Robert was always self-doubting, no one wanted to work with him on projects. -If you are always self-doubting, you will never take chances. -According to the weather report, it is going to rain tonight. -Whether visiting a church, funeral, opera, or fancy dinner, you should dress accordingly. -The Mother is trying to cope with the fact that her children are all grown up. -For some students, it is hard to cope with the new environment of college. -Many researchers feel that it is good for children to read each day with their parents. -The researchers have discovered a new medicine for ovarian cancer. -

  • Similar words to "Cope" and their differences

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    2. If you cope with something, it's an ongoing problem that you can just barely correct. Alternatively, maybe it is difficult or you can't quite rid yourself of the problem. If you deal with a problem, there is no implied difficulty, and/or you imply that that problem won't bother you again, at least in short term. —— I'm having difficulty coping with all the wasps around this summer. I dealt with the wasp nest in the yard. It's okay now! - How are you coping with your exams? How many are left? Have you dealt with all of your exams?

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    2. 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.

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    2. 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.

  • Translations of "Cope"

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    2. 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."

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    2. You can say both, and they make sense, but you do not need the "out there" in the second one. It would also be more natural to take out "single" and just say "This medicine can help you cope with every cold." This is the most natural and common. Of course! If you have more questions, do not hesitate to ask! 😊

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    2. "And I agree with him" "Now, parents try too much to make their children the best." "Of strict discipline" "Remind them about.." "I believe that this is wrong." "With these methods, the parents..." "School is not a competition" "Guide to life" "How to cope" "Well being of their child" "They are easily swayed by suggestions" "Help your child " "It is necessary " "Many of us meet thoughtless and reckless people" "Of high parents custody" "Your child to be more concentrated and not have negative emotions" "Four year old boy" "His small table was.." "Say to me" "Wrong sized shoes" "And ready to make discoveries " "Fantastic palette of colours " "The back to school period is quite a difficult time." "And tackle them all year" "Do not forget that this time of year is lovely in it's own way." Hope these corrections helped 😁

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    2. It is generally believed that the start of the school year is still like being on holiday (I didn't really understand your sentence, so I tried to guess what you meant.) At first sight this statement seems to be true. But we have to admit that it is a difficult time too. The author is of the opinion that it is really hard to return (to school) after a long break, and I agree with him. Sometimes it is a very big problem for the children and their parents. Let's begin with the fact that now people tend TO FOCUS too much ON MAKING their children the best. They are ready to DO THEIR homework for them, they create an atmosphere of strict discipline, remindING THEM about an infinite number of duties, etc. I believe that is wrong. In this way the parents deprive their children of liberty, responsibility and independence. School SHOULD not BE a competition, it is a guide to life. Children should learn how TO cope with challenges by themselves. On the other hand, it cannot be denied that children need support. Each parent is responsible for the well-being of his child. Children cannot resolve financial issues or issues of their SAFETY. They are easILY swayed by suggestion and they frequently are afraid of thingS. That is why it is not wrong TO help your children. It is normal and it is necessarY, But you should control yourself. Many of us meet UNSAVORY and reckless people. [Psychologists frequently say that it is a result a high parents` custody. -- sorry, I don't understand what you meant here ??.] The article also alleged THE necessity of modelling the classroom at home. The opinion of experts are cited and they confirm THUS IS TRUE I think that it is a good idea, because it can really help your child to be BETTER concentrate and TO not have ANXIETY at the sight of a workplace at school. But it is only partly true that a place to study cannot be used as a place for eating and doing other things. I taught A four-year OLD boy who was a very clever and WHO knew English and besides THAT, his small table was designed for studying, eating and playing as well. A further point to consider is an appeal to hold off ON BUYING new shoes in September and INSTEAD BUY SHOES THAT THEY CAN grow into. Because there are a lot of people IN SHOPS DURING THIS PERIOD and as the statistic says « four million children in the UK ARE wearing the wrong-sized shoes». And I fully share this view because I have some problems with my feet and doctors TOLD me that the cause of it WAS WEARING ILL-FITTING shoes. It is important to realize that if your child needS new shoes you CAN'T wait for the best time. In this case IT'S better if TO SPEND A GREAT DEAL OF time standing in queues for the sake of YOUR CHILD'S health and well-being. Although there are so many problems coming with autumn, there are a lot of good things too! We are well-rested, ready to make discoveries! Someone HAS BEEN MISSING THEIR COLLEAGUE and even missing WORK! You know, there are a lot of people who like autumn and think that it is the best season. Streets are decorated IN a delicious palette of colors…It is not so miserable, is it (not)? So all in all I believe that GOING back to school is quite A difficult time. Parents and children should be ready to solve some new problems and STRUGGLE with them during all year. But do not forget that this time is ALSO lovely in its own way.

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    2. We're trying to cope with a problem right now.

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    2. The scene focuses on John's regeneration process - his inward struggle to cope with the defeat but also his realisation that the pain and shame he suffers is his punishment.

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    2. Instead of "take regular exercise" I would say: "to exercise regularly" よくできました! 😄👍

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