respond

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/rɪˈspɒnd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/rɪˈspɑnd/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ri spond)


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respond

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. respond with [action, anger, vengeance]
  2. responded [angrily, kindly]
  3. respond [directly, appropriately]
  4. respond in [writing, kind]
  5. respond [on time, late, quickly, quietly, hesitantly]
  6. respond as [quickly, promptly] as possible
  7. respond [well, positively, quickly] to
  8. is responding (well) to (the) [treatment, medication]
  9. [the patient, she] is responding (well) to [treatment]
  10. [illness, disease, disorder, infection] (that) responds well to [treatment]
  11. does not respond well to [feedback, criticism]
  12. (has) responded to [criticism, the accusations]
  13. respond to the [question, statement]
  14. respond to the [message, email]
  15. respond to the [death, loss, news] of
  16. respond to [emergency, fire, robbery, their distress call]
  17. [emergency services, police, fire crews] responded to the [emergency]
  18. respond to a [charge, stimulus]
  19. has [begun, started, stopped] responding (to)
  20. the [computer, program] has stopped responding
  21. respond as requested
  22. respond by [saying, stating, pointing out]
  23. [understand, receive] and respond
  24. please respond
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