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harbour

2 verb
     
harbour2 British English ; harbor American English [transitive]
1 to keep bad thoughts, fears, or hopes in your mind for a long time:
I think he's harbouring some sort of grudge against me.
She began to harbour doubts over the wisdom of their journey.
2 to contain something, especially something hidden and dangerous:
Sinks and draining boards can harbour germs.
3 to protect and hide criminals that the police are searching for

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