put up with
Meanings of "put up with"
(equivalents:) to withstand / to handle / to bear
Normally used in the negative with "not".
EX: "I can't put up with this nonsense!"
meaning "This nonsense is too much for me to (withstand / handle / bear"
Also see idiom: "I can't stand it"
Мириться/примириться с чем-либо, кем-либо
"aguantar" pero no como "esperar", especialmente en el negativo.
Ex: "No puedo aguantarlo mas."
"put up with" in lyrics
I will make him become scared whenever I am not around
I have been too kind to him: I met him and put up with him a lot
He has hurt me and left me, and he doesn't repent
[Part 1: Timi Hendrix]
Stars high on coke, Saint-Tropez, I don't even know the ABC
Back then Mum said, “Make something out of your life, boy, you don't have to put up with being in the charts.”
Sometimes I wish I had another job
Seduce me, black—I already lit the fire
Lights of neon and the smoke are seen (I almost can’t see you)
Hey girl I want a little chant; if you leave me I’ll smoke you* [alt. mng:he’ll put up with it]
I consume you
I will not leave here unless I lose my bearing
The nights are alike treacherous ambush
We put up with all its shit because of our love.
We all are gonna die anyways, bury me in the Pit.
to elegantly designed things which however are falling, too,
which<fn>refers to the "things"</fn> already are semicooled down by the wind
and which<fn>refers to the "things"</fn> enjoy the attention<fn>lit. "which put up with the fun"</fn>
until resounding laughter echoes through the wind