English words and Examples of Usage

use "cope" in a sentence

The difficulties the family had to cope with are left in the past.

Most of its debt is held by governments who could cope with default.

As you lose self-control, you lose your ability to cope with stress.

It paints a portrait of a man attempting to cope with being a human.

'Unable to cope' According to Hardwick, some workers became suicidal.

Dantschke also wants to help Germany to better cope with the situation.

It's not just experiencing stress - we all do - but how we cope with it.

I think I had PTSD from the detention so I was unable to cope, she said.

With CYOD/COPE, users get a limited selection of devices to choose from.

Many Germans feel the country cannot cope with the record influx.

It also needed help to cope with its "grave economic situation," he added.

No matter how strong a person he is, he will not be able to cope with that.

Cash-strapped Greece has said it lacked the infrastructure to cope with influx.

Speaking on public radio, Merkel stressed that the country will be able to cope.

Many people may not even be aware that they are doing anything wrong, Cope said.

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