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support
British English: /səˈpɔːt/
American English: /səˈpɔrt/

Translation of support in Arabic:

transitive verb/فعل متعد

  • 2
    (financially) (stem vowel = a) (Form I) (a project, somebody's work)
  • 3
    (to provide for) (Form IV) (Form IV) (a family, child)
    he has a wife and children to support
    يُعيلُ زَوْجةً وَأَطْفالاً
  • 4
    (in sport) (Form II) (a team)
    who do you support?
    مَنْ تُشَجِّعُ؟
  • 5
    (to hold up) (stem vowel = i) (Form I) (stem vowel = u) (Form I) (a weight)
    they supported him up the steps
    سانَدوهُ في صُعودِ الدَرَجاتِ
  • 6
    (to confirm) (Form II), (Form II) (an argument, a claim)
    all the evidence supports this conclusion
    تُؤَكِّدُ كُلُّ الأَدِلّةِ هذه النَتيجةَ

reflexive verb/فعل انعكاسي

  • to support oneself
    أَعالَ نَفْسَهُ‬

noun/اسم

  • 1 uncountable/غير معدود there is little public support for this policy
    هُناكَ دَعْمٌ شَعْبيٌّ ضَئيلٌ لِهَذِهِ السِياسةِ
    he has the full support of the board
    لَدَيْهِ الدَعْمُ الكامِلُ من مَجْلِسِ الإدارةِ
    to give one's support to something/somebody
    أَعْطى دَعْمَهُ لِشَيْءٍ \ لِشَخْصٍ
    to speak in support of somebody/something
    ‫أَلْقى كَلِمةً دَعْماً لِشَخْصٍ \ لِشَيْءٍ
  • 2 uncountable/غير معدود
    (financial, material)
    online technical support
    الدَعْم الفَنّيّ على الإنْتَرْنِت
    the government gives financial support to farmers
    تُقَدِّمُ الحُكومةُ دَعْماً ماليًّا للمُزارِعينَ
    a collection in support of the disaster victims
    جَمْع تَبَرُّعاتٍ لِصالِحِ ضَحايا الكارِثةِ
    she has no means of support
    لَيْسَ لَها مَصْدَرُ دَخْلٍ
  • 3
    (prop)
    use a stick as a support
    اسْتَخْدِمْ عَصاً كَدِعامةً
  • 5 uncountable/غير معدود
    (corroboration)
    these figures lend support to his argument
    تُؤَيِّدُ هذه الأَرْقامُ حُجَّتَهُ
  • 6
    (person) (شَخْص داعِم)
    to be a support to somebody
    كانَ داعِماً لِشَخْصٍ

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