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[ ɐbˈa͡ɪd], [ ɐbˈa‍ɪd], [ ɐ_b_ˈaɪ_d]

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In English, to abide means to be committed to or to remain in a particular state or condition. It is used to describe both actions and attitudes. When we abide by someone's wishes, we follow their directions or orders. We also abide by the rules and regulations of a society or organization. When we abide by our own principles or beliefs, we stand by them even if they conflict with the wishes of others.

We usually abide by the laws of physics, which govern the behavior of physical objects. These laws determine how objects move and interact with each other. We also abide by the principles of thermodynamics, which describe the laws of energy transformations.

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