Definitions for undergirdˌʌn dərˈgɜrd

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. undergird(verb)

    lend moral support to

  2. undergird, brace up(verb)

    make secure underneath

    "undergird the ship"


  1. undergird(Verb)

    To strengthen, secure, or reinforce by passing a rope, cable, or chain around the underside of an object.

  2. undergird(Verb)

    To give fundamental support; provide with a sound or secure basis; provide supportive evidence for.

  3. undergird(Verb)

    To lend moral support to.

  4. undergird(Verb)

    To secure below or underneath.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Undergird(verb)

    to blind below; to gird round the bottom

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  • podpořit, podporovatCzech
  • støtte opp under, understøtte, oppbacke, backe oppNorwegian

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