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

The meaning of "Support" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does support en español? mean?
A: verbo: sostener, apoyar (figuradamente)
sustantivo: soporte, apoyo.

I will always support you.
Siempre te apoyaré.

Siempre - Always
te - you
apoyaré- I will support
(mira la diferencia entre la sintaxis de español e ingles)

Support your assertion with valid arguments.
Sostén tu afirmación con argumentos válidos.

Sostén - Support (imperativo)
tu - your
afirmación - assertion
con - with
argumentos - arguments
válidos - valid
Q: What does white support columms mean?
A: Spelled “columns”.
Support columns are part of the supporting structure of a house or building, helping to hold up the roof.
White support columns might be decorative columns, because of the reference to the color.
Q: What does support bank charges mean?
A: "Если оплата проводится за пределами России, Клиент обязан оплатить комиссию банка, предоставившего данную услугу, в отношении этого платежа."
Q: What does all-over support mean?
A: "all-over" = comprehensive/holistic. "Support" = help. One example of "all-over support" would be a way to describe a special corset, which would "help" the whole body. "Support stockings" might also be described the same way - they protect/help/assist/support the whole leg (that is, "all-over").
Q: What does ​​I support accountability mean?
A: In that situation she was pulling a red herring. The previous comment is right on the actual definition of the word. She was given a yes no question and she answered something else to avoid answering.

Example sentences using "Support"

Q: Please show me example sentences with strongly support.
A: I strongly support your decision to quit school, but you should think of what your parents would say...
Q: Please show me example sentences with 1) employ
2) applying
3) support
4) droughts
5) backgrounds
6) estabilish
7) altough
8) I was
9) need help
10) exhausted
11) a bit
12) lay
13) took
14) thought.
A: 1) The director decided to employ the woman
2) I am applying for this job
3) She had her friends for support
4) Our town has many droughts
5) The computers all had different backgrounds
6) The company wants to establish an office in America
7) Although he was very fit, he didn't win the race
8) I was looking for my dog
9) I need help with my paper
10) After the plane ride I was very tired
11) I will try a bit of the cake
12) ...
13) He took an apple from the basket
14) ...
Q: Please show me example sentences with support.
A: We're always here to support you.

Everyone needs support sometimes.

Will you support me if something happens?

What football team do you support?
Q: Please show me example sentences with continued support .
A: only with your continued support can we do this!
Q: Please show me example sentences with support .
A: "I will support you no matter what."

Synonyms of "Support" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between support and help ?
A: Help is a very active action: when you help someone you might join in with what the person is doing or do the action for them instead.

For example: when helping someone to carry something, you might hold their bags with them or even carry the bags for them.

When helping a couple with marriage problems, you might intervene in their arguments and sit down to have long discussions with both of them.

Support is more of a passive action: when you support someone you don't really do the action for them, but you encourage or motivate or do something that benefits the person so that this person can carry out the action by themself more effectively or successfully.

For example, when a parent supports their child that is at university, they might send them money and food so that their child can live and study more comfortably. (But the parent doesn't come and 'help' them write their essays)

When supporting your favourite sports team, you might cheer them on really loudly at a game to encourage them and motivate them to play better. (But you don't suddenly join in the game and 'help' them to play)
Q: What is the difference between i give support to my father and i support to my father ?
A: ah ok ... no, no se usa el "to" porque está equivocado, también.

"I support my dad." = correcto

Por ejemplo, si digo:

Quiero apoyarte para que superes esta situación.

En inglés, es:

I want to support you so you can get over this situation.
Q: What is the difference between support,cheer and I'm "rooting" for you. ?
A: To support is to help out, to get involved.

A cheer is a shout of encouragement.

I'm rooting for you means "I'm on your side", "I hope you win"
Q: What is the difference between to support and to assist ?
A: The root meaning of support is to hold up. For example the wall supports the ceiling. So when one person supports another person, they are helping them to stay up, financially or otherwise.

Assist is a general term that means to help, in any way.
Q: What is the difference between support and back and I consulted a dict, which says 'back' could stand for support? How do you use it? ?
A: Support and back can be used in the same way.

I will support you.

I will back you.

Also, they both have other separate meanings which are not the same.

Translations of "Support"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‘Airpod support from Airbus Company.’
Is this natural expression?
A: Yes, that would be right then, sorry for the late reply, I was busy.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? support
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? support
A: In two accents:
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "subscribe for support" or "subscribe to support" ?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Support"

Q: She appealed him his support. does this sound natural?
A: She appealed for his support. She appealed to him for his support.
Q: Thank you for your support last year. I am satisfied with living in current home and I am not looking for a new property. If I need your help I will let you know.

does this sound natural?
A: I think you just have to change a little bit. I am satisfied with living in my current home. The rest is perfect.
Q: I'll support you.
does this sound natural?
A: Support is usually used with people. "I will support your decision."

But if you are talking about something like construction, with an object holding up another object, you could say, "these poles support the house."
Q: Thank you for continuous support as always . does this sound natural?
A: say "the continous support" or "your continuous support"
Q: I appreciate all the support that you all have given me this year.


As an SNS photo caption. The speaker is a rock musician. Here he uses a very polite expression to his fans. That's why I used " appreciate" instead of Thank you. does this sound natural?
A: "I appreciate all the support everyone gave me this year" sounds more natural. Using 'all' twice is redundant, so you should say 'everyone' instead of that second 'all'. :)

Alternatively, even just "I appreciate the support everyone gave me this year" would be fine - 'the support' already sounds like it's talking about all of the support, not just parts of it. But the 'all' emphasizes that there was a lot of it.

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