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    Cope with / Cope up?

    Which one is correct?

    Cope with or Cope up?

    And can you please explain it to me with the help of an example...???

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    Re: Cope with / Cope up?

    Cope with - handle something successfully.

    She coped with the loss of her husband and the news of his debts very bravely..

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    Re: Cope with / Cope up?

    Thanx!!!

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    Re: Cope with / Cope up?

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    Thanx!!!

    Thanks.
    Please use standard English.

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