*put up with*

put up with

Definition: to tolerate or accept something or someone, even though you find it difficult or unpleasant

E.g.1: Christmas is the season of goodwill and forgiveness. For the sake of a family celebration, we often put up with relatives we only see once a year.
E.g.2: If you want to study chemistry you have to put up with the smell of the chemicals.

This phrasal verb cannot be separated

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