подпирать; поддерживать; подкреплять; испытывать; выдерживать; вынос`ить; доказывать; подтверждать
- In relation to PC Cherry, who had to wait the same period before being summonsed, Lord Justice Watkins said the delay after April 1987, when there was ample evidence to sustain a prima facie case against him, was "undoubtedly extreme".
- But now all those Arab and Western powers that had invested such hopes in the plan will find it hard to sustain even a pretence that it remains a realistic proposal.
- I have written elsewhere (Bolton, 1982) that the basic skill of acting is: "an ability to engage with something outside oneself using an "as if" mental set to activate, sustain or intensify that engagement' and I go on to say, "I am using the word "engagement" as a central feature because it implies a relationship at an affective level between a person and the world outside him' (p. 135).
- It suits both white guilt and black anger to sustain the myth that racism is still the main problem.
- It is "live" entertainment at a time when more and more television is pre-recorded and packaged, and even recorded events can sustain uncertainty of outcome if the result is unknown to the viewer.
- Only those whose commitment to free enterprise and opportunity is a matter of conviction, not convenience, have the necessary strength to sustain them.
- The failure of these traditional local economic strategies to stimulate and sustain local economic growth in all but a minority of places has led to the development of new forms of policy.
- It is easiest to write the first draft all in one go - then you sustain the mood of the short story.
- Judaism, as we have seen, has always emphasised the wholeness of man's nature and sought to sustain it.
- And enough elderly people did survive as chronically sick, physically maimed, or mentally impaired, to sustain the most negative seventeenth-century images of old age as "a perpetual sickness", "a disease", a time of impotence in the widest sense, "the dregs of a man's life".
- Whether yours is a family garden which has to sustain the rigorous attentions of children, a more sedate garden for entertaining al fresco, or a small city garden with little room for more than a couple of raised flowers beds, a patio can give your home and lifestyle a whole new dimension.
- "This will make it difficult to sustain scientific excellence."
- In a letter to chief executives, he reports there was a unanimous view that the success of the Confederation of Shipbuilding and Engineering Unions' campaign, and its ability to sustain industrial action "will depend significantly on the success of the levy".