to show something is true through the use of evidence or facts
to accept the truth of something without any proof
to have or hold something within or include something as a part
to reach a higher position; to go up
to stay alive or continue to exist, particularly after an unpleasant event
to show which candidate one wants to win in an election or which plan one supports, by marking a piece of paper, raising one's hand, etc.
to suggest to someone that something is good, convenient, or advantageous; to tell that someone is suitable and useful for a particular task or job
to feel intense dislike for someone or something; to dislike someone or something very much
to cover or give the details of an event in written or spoke form as a journalist on TV, etc.
to enlarge the area of effect of something and affect more people
to make someone do something against their will
to decide on how and when we are going to do something in the future
to make ourselves or someone known by telling our or their name to someone else, especially for the first time
to become or make someone become relaxed and quiet
to say that something is the case without providing proof for it
to take a thing that was offered to you; to agree to do something that was asked of you by saying yes