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Detailed Synonyms for supporter in Englisch

supporter:

supporter [the ~] Nomen

  1. the supporter
    the supporter; the fan; the rooter
  2. the supporter
    the contributor; the benefactor; the donor; the supporter; the do-gooder; the patron
  3. the supporter
    the comrade; the brother-in-arms; the partner; the supporter
  4. the supporter
    – a support for the genitals worn by men engaging in strenuous exercise 1
    the supporter; the jockstrap; the athletic supporter; the suspensor; the jock
    – a support for the genitals worn by men engaging in strenuous exercise 1
  5. the supporter
    – a band (usually elastic) worn around the leg to hold up a stocking (or around the arm to hold up a sleeve) 1
    the supporter; the garter
    – a band (usually elastic) worn around the leg to hold up a stocking (or around the arm to hold up a sleeve) 1
  6. the supporter
    – a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose 1
    the help; the assistant; the supporter; the helper
    – a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose 1
    • help [the ~] Nomen
      • they hired additional help to finish the work1
    • assistant [the ~] Nomen
      • my invaluable assistant1
    • supporter [the ~] Nomen
    • helper [the ~] Nomen
  7. the supporter
    – someone who supports or champions something 1
    the patron; the sponsor; the supporter
    – someone who supports or champions something 1
  8. the supporter
    – a person who backs a politician or a team etc. 1
    the friend; the protagonist; the champion; the supporter; the admirer; the booster
    – a person who backs a politician or a team etc. 1

supporter

  1. supporter

Verwandte Wörter für "supporter":


Alternate Synonyms for "supporter":


Verwandte Definitionen für "supporter":

  1. a support for the genitals worn by men engaging in strenuous exercise1
  2. a band (usually elastic) worn around the leg to hold up a stocking (or around the arm to hold up a sleeve)1
  3. a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose1
  4. someone who supports or champions something1
  5. a person who backs a politician or a team etc.1
    • all their supporters came out for the game1

support:

to support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)

  1. to support
    to support; to shore; to prop up; to prop
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
    • shore Verb (shores, shored, shoring)
    • prop up Verb (props up, propped up, propping up)
    • prop Verb (props, propped, propping)
  2. to support
    to support; to shore; to carry along; to carry
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
    • shore Verb (shores, shored, shoring)
    • carry along Verb (carry along, carried along, carrying along)
    • carry Verb (carries, carried, carrying)
  3. to support
    to confirm; to validate; to ratify; to support; to uphold; to bear out; to seal
    • confirm Verb (confirms, confirmed, confirming)
    • validate Verb (validates, validated, validating)
    • ratify Verb (ratifies, ratified, ratifying)
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
    • uphold Verb (upholds, upheld, upholding)
    • bear out Verb (bears out, bearing out)
    • seal Verb (seals, sealed, sealing)
  4. to support
    to maintain; to support; aid someone financially; to provide for; back someone
  5. to support
    to maintain; to keep up; to provide for; to support
    • maintain Verb (maintains, maintained, maintaining)
    • keep up Verb (keeps up, kept up, keeping up)
    • provide for Verb (provides for, provided for, providing for)
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
  6. to support
    to encourage; to arouse; to activate; to stimulate; to excite; to support; to awake
    • encourage Verb (encourages, encouraged, encouraging)
    • arouse Verb (arouses, aroused, arousing)
    • activate Verb (activates, activated, activating)
    • stimulate Verb (stimulates, stimulated, stimulating)
    • excite Verb (excites, excited, exciting)
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
    • awake Verb (awakes, awoke, awaking)
  7. to support
    take the view; be of the opinion; to support
  8. to support
    to approve; to support; to agree; to back up; to shore
    • approve Verb (approves, approved, approving)
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
    • agree Verb (agrees, agreed, agreeing)
    • back up Verb (backs up, backed up, backing up)
    • shore Verb (shores, shored, shoring)
  9. to support
    to finance; to support; to back
    • finance Verb (finances, financed, financing)
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
    • back Verb (backs, backed, backing)
  10. to support
    to support; to help; to lend a hand; give a hand
  11. to support
    to underpin; to support
    • underpin Verb (underpins, underpinned, underpinning)
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
  12. to support
    – establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts 1
    to support; to sustain; to confirm; to affirm; to substantiate; corroborate
    – establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts 1
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
      • The evidence supports the defendant1
    • sustain Verb (sustains, sustained, sustaining)
    • confirm Verb (confirms, confirmed, confirming)
      • his story confirmed my doubts1
    • affirm Verb (affirms, affirmed, affirming)
    • substantiate Verb (substantiates, substantiated, substantiating)
  13. to support
    – adopt as a belief 1
    to support; to subscribe
    – adopt as a belief 1
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
    • subscribe Verb (subscribes, subscribed, subscribing)
      • I subscribe to your view on abortion1
  14. to support
    – argue or speak in defense of 1
    to support; to defend; fend for
    – argue or speak in defense of 1
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
      • She supported the motion to strike1
    • defend Verb (defends, defended, defending)
    • fend for Verb
  15. to support
    – be a regular customer or client of 1
    to support; to patronize; patronage; keep going; patronise
    – be a regular customer or client of 1
  16. to support
    – be the physical support of; carry the weight of 1
    to support; to sustain; to hold; to hold up
    – be the physical support of; carry the weight of 1
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
      • He supported me with one hand while I balanced on the beam1
    • sustain Verb (sustains, sustained, sustaining)
    • hold Verb (holds, held, holding)
      • The beam holds up the roof1
      • What's holding that mirror?1
    • hold up Verb (holds up, held up, holding up)
  17. to support
    – play a subordinate role to (another performer) 1
    to support
    – play a subordinate role to (another performer) 1
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
      • Olivier supported Gielgud beautifully in the second act1
  18. to support
    – support materially or financially 1
    to support
    – support materially or financially 1
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
      • he does not support his natural children1
      • The scholarship supported me when I was in college1
  19. to support
    – be behind; approve of 1
    to support; to endorse; to back; plunk for; indorse; plump for
    – be behind; approve of 1
  20. to support
    – give moral or psychological support, aid, or courage to 1
    to support; to back up
    – give moral or psychological support, aid, or courage to 1
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)
      • She supported him during the illness1
    • back up Verb (backs up, backed up, backing up)
  21. to support
    – support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm 1
    to support; to underpin; to bear out; corroborate
    – support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm 1
  22. to support
    – To work with another program or product; for example, an application might support file transfers from another program. 2
    to support
    – To work with another program or product; for example, an application might support file transfers from another program. 2
    • support Verb (supports, supported, supporting)

Konjugationen für support:

present
  1. support
  2. support
  3. supports
  4. support
  5. support
  6. support
simple past
  1. supported
  2. supported
  3. supported
  4. supported
  5. supported
  6. supported
present perfect
  1. have supported
  2. have supported
  3. has supported
  4. have supported
  5. have supported
  6. have supported
past continuous
  1. was supporting
  2. were supporting
  3. was supporting
  4. were supporting
  5. were supporting
  6. were supporting
future
  1. shall support
  2. will support
  3. will support
  4. shall support
  5. will support
  6. will support
continuous present
  1. am supporting
  2. are supporting
  3. is supporting
  4. are supporting
  5. are supporting
  6. are supporting
subjunctive
  1. be supported
  2. be supported
  3. be supported
  4. be supported
  5. be supported
  6. be supported
diverse
  1. support!
  2. let's support!
  3. supported
  4. supporting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

support [the ~] Nomen

  1. the support
    the support
  2. the support
    the support; the assistance; the welfare; the social security; the relief
  3. the support
    the assistance; the support; the help
  4. the support
    the support; the assistance; the aid; the help
  5. the support
    the chassis; the stand; the support; the leg
  6. the support
    the maintenance; the support
  7. the support
    the socle; the stand; the tripod; the support; the pillar; the column
  8. the support
    the favour; the service; the grace; the support; the patronage; the goodwill; the mass; the boon; the favor
  9. the support
    the support; the encouragement; the motivation; the stimulation
  10. the support
    the encouragement; the stimulation; the encouraging; the support; the cheers; the urging; the urging on; the help; the stay; the switching on; the putting on; the turning up; the turning on
  11. the support
    the buttress; the support
  12. the support
    the adhere to; the support; the be attached to
  13. the support
    the tripod; the stand; the support
  14. the support
    the backing; the support
  15. the support
    the joist; the supporting beam; the support; the prop; the buttress
  16. the support
    the support; the substantiating
  17. the support
    – documentary validation 1
    the support; the documentation
    – documentary validation 1
    • support [the ~] Nomen
      • the strongest support for this view is the work of Jones1
    • documentation [the ~] Nomen
      • his documentation of the results was excellent1
  18. the support
    – a military operation (often involving new supplies of men and materiel) to strengthen a military force or aid in the performance of its mission 1
    the support; the reinforcement; the reenforcement
    – a military operation (often involving new supplies of men and materiel) to strengthen a military force or aid in the performance of its mission 1
  19. the support
    – the act of bearing the weight of or strengthening 1
    the support; the supporting
    – the act of bearing the weight of or strengthening 1
    • support [the ~] Nomen
      • he leaned against the wall for support1
    • supporting [the ~] Nomen
  20. the support
    – aiding the cause or policy or interests of 1
    the support
    – aiding the cause or policy or interests of 1
    • support [the ~] Nomen
      • the president no longer has the support of his own party1
      • they developed a scheme of mutual support1
  21. the support
    – the activity of providing for or maintaining by supplying with money or necessities 1
    the support
    – the activity of providing for or maintaining by supplying with money or necessities 1
    • support [the ~] Nomen
      • his support kept the family together1
      • they gave him emotional support during difficult times1
  22. the support
    – any device that bears the weight of another thing 1
    the support
    – any device that bears the weight of another thing 1
    • support [the ~] Nomen
      • there was no place to attach supports for a shelf1
  23. the support
    – supporting structure that holds up or provides a foundation 1
    the support
    – supporting structure that holds up or provides a foundation 1
    • support [the ~] Nomen
      • the statue stood on a marble support1
  24. the support
    – something providing immaterial assistance to a person or cause or interest 1
    the support
    – something providing immaterial assistance to a person or cause or interest 1
    • support [the ~] Nomen
      • the policy found little public support1
      • his faith was all the support he needed1
      • the team enjoyed the support of their fans1
  25. the support
    – a musical part (vocal or instrumental) that supports or provides background for other musical parts 1
    the support; the accompaniment; the musical accompaniment; the backup
    – a musical part (vocal or instrumental) that supports or provides background for other musical parts 1
  26. the support
    – the financial means whereby one lives 1
    the support; the keep; the livelihood; the living; the sustenance; the bread and butter
    – the financial means whereby one lives 1
    • support [the ~] Nomen
      • he applied to the state for support1
    • keep [the ~] Nomen
      • each child was expected to pay for their keep1
    • livelihood [the ~] Nomen
      • he could no longer earn his own livelihood1
    • living [the ~] Nomen
    • sustenance [the ~] Nomen
    • bread and butter [the ~] Nomen
  27. the support
    – financial resources provided to make some project possible 1
    the support; the backing; the funding; the financial backing; the financial support
    – financial resources provided to make some project possible 1
  28. the support
    – The activities and actions performed by customer service representatives to assist customers. 2
    the support
    – The activities and actions performed by customer service representatives to assist customers. 2

Verwandte Wörter für "support":


Alternate Synonyms for "support":


Antonyme für "support":


Verwandte Definitionen für "support":

  1. documentary validation1
    • the strongest support for this view is the work of Jones1
  2. a military operation (often involving new supplies of men and materiel) to strengthen a military force or aid in the performance of its mission1
    • they called for artillery support1
  3. the act of bearing the weight of or strengthening1
    • he leaned against the wall for support1
  4. aiding the cause or policy or interests of1
    • the president no longer has the support of his own party1
    • they developed a scheme of mutual support1
  5. the activity of providing for or maintaining by supplying with money or necessities1
    • his support kept the family together1
    • they gave him emotional support during difficult times1
  6. any device that bears the weight of another thing1
    • there was no place to attach supports for a shelf1
  7. supporting structure that holds up or provides a foundation1
    • the statue stood on a marble support1
  8. something providing immaterial assistance to a person or cause or interest1
    • the policy found little public support1
    • his faith was all the support he needed1
    • the team enjoyed the support of their fans1
  9. a musical part (vocal or instrumental) that supports or provides background for other musical parts1
  10. the financial means whereby one lives1
    • he applied to the state for support1
  11. financial resources provided to make some project possible1
    • the foundation provided support for the experiment1
  12. establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts1
    • The evidence supports the defendant1
  13. adopt as a belief1
  14. argue or speak in defense of1
    • She supported the motion to strike1
  15. be a regular customer or client of1
  16. be the physical support of; carry the weight of1
    • He supported me with one hand while I balanced on the beam1
  17. play a subordinate role to (another performer)1
    • Olivier supported Gielgud beautifully in the second act1
  18. support materially or financially1
    • he does not support his natural children1
    • The scholarship supported me when I was in college1
  19. be behind; approve of1
  20. give moral or psychological support, aid, or courage to1
    • She supported him during the illness1
  21. support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm1
  22. The activities and actions performed by customer service representatives to assist customers.2
  23. To work with another program or product; for example, an application might support file transfers from another program.2

Related Synonyms for supporter