Something which supports. Often used attributively, as a complement or supplement to. (noun)
Financial or other help. (noun)
Answers to questions and resolution of problems regarding something sold. (noun)
in relation to a function, the set of points where the function is not zero, or the closure of that set. (noun)
A set whose elements are at least partially included in a given fuzzy set (i.e., whose grade of membership in that fuzzy set is strictly greater than zero). (noun)
To keep from falling. (verb)
To answer questions and resolve problems regarding something sold. (verb)
To back a cause, party etc. mentally or with concrete aid. (verb)
To help, particularly financially. (verb)
To serve, as in a customer-oriented mindset; to give support to. (verb)
To be accountable for, or involved with, but not responsible for. (verb)
Examples of word support
Approximately one in every two (52%) adults say they would support increasing NASAâ€šÃ„Ã´s budget fromÂ¬â€ one-sixth of one percent to one percent of the federal budget (14% strongly support and 38% supportÂ¬â€ this).
Then one after another, amid rising enthusiasm; Ukrainean Social Democracy, support; Lithuanian Social Democracy, support; Populist Socialists, support; Polish Social Democracy, support; Polish Socialists supportÂ—but would prefer a Socialist coalition; Lettish Social Democracy, supportÂ….
Here, they're all playing nicely at moguldom and at mentoring, professing a commitment to nurturing talent and using the term "support system" in a way that splits the difference between the jargon of self-help and the language of networking.
Obama and Democratic leaders seek a solution that could win support from a Republican or two, and more importantly, help bridge a divide among Democrats on the public option issue.
I just hope that this resolution weaves its way throughout the local Districts, and can gain support from the County.