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verb: behave; 3rd person present: behaves; past tense: behaved; past
participle: behaved; gerund or present participle: behaving
act or conduct oneself in a specified way, especially towards others.
"he always behaved like a gentleman"
synonyms: conduct oneself, act, acquit oneself, bear oneself, carry
rarecomport oneself, deport oneself
"she behaved abominably last night"
•(of a machine or natural phenomenon) work or function in a specified way.
"each car behaves differently"
conduct oneself in accordance with the accepted norms of a society or group.
"‘Just behave, Tom,’ he said"
synonyms: act correctly, act properly, conduct oneself well, act in a
polite way, show good manners, mind one's manners, mind one's Ps and
be good, be polite, be well behaved
"the children worked hard and behaved themselves"
late Middle English: from be- ‘thoroughly’ + have in the sense ‘have
or bear (oneself) in a particular way’.
Use over time for: behave
On 10/8/18, Ralf Kefferpuetz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Welcome back. What dou you mean with “behave”? couldn’t find this word in