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abide to continue. [1/6 definitions]
al fine to the finish (used as a musical direction to continue to the end of a repeated section).
bear with to continue with despite aggravations; be patient with; be tolerant of.
belabor to continue excessive efforts on or excessive discussion of. [1/2 definitions]
carry to extend further; continue. [1/16 definitions]
cont.1 abbreviation of "continue" or "continued."
eternize to make everlasting; cause to continue forever. [1/2 definitions]
extend to last or continue [1/8 definitions]
fail of a business, to become unable to make enough money to continue operating and to pay off debts; become insolvent. [1/10 definitions]
fight to pursue or continue (a fight). [1/9 definitions]
freewheel a device in the rear hub of a bicycle that lets the rear wheel continue turning after the pedals are stopped. [3/4 definitions]
hold out to continue to last; persist; persevere. [1/2 definitions]
hold up to last or continue. [1/4 definitions]
hooked (informal) strongly compelled to continue the use or enjoyment of something; addicted. [1/4 definitions]
inertia in physics, the tendency of a motionless body to remain still or of a body in motion to continue at a constant velocity along a straight line unless subjected to some external force. [1/2 definitions]
insist to continue to demand or require. [1/4 definitions]
keep to cause (someone or something) to continue doing something. [2/14 definitions]
leave1 to depart or turn away from (someone or something) while allowing some action to continue. [1/10 definitions]
live1 to continue to be in existence or be present to the memory. [1/10 definitions]
maintain to keep in existence; continue without making changes. [1/4 definitions]
manage to get along; continue to carry on. [1/6 definitions]