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Abide by


In this post, we're going to learn the phrasal verb abide by

Definition

to obey or behave according to a rule, an order, a decision or law etc.:

Collocations

to abide by the rules/decisions/choice/terms

Test your understanding

If you abide by a law, 
A) you do what it says you should do
B) you choose not to do what it says

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