English version

comport yourself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomport yourselfcomport yourselfformalBEHAVE to behave in a particular way He comported himself in a way that won him respect. comport
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comport yourselfA paradigm tells us what things are like, how the world is, and how we should comport ourselves in it.Many animals show inherited differences in how they comport themselves.This is not to say that our soldiers, sailors and airmen have not comported themselves bravely when asked to do so.He comported himself so stiffly during cocktails that Jim Maier suspected the bishop might be feeling intimidated.Leo comported himself very professionally.
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