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From Latin adhaerere, adhaesum; ad (“to”) + haerere (“to stick”): compare French adhérer.
French adhérer from Latin adhaerēre to stick to ad- ad- haerēre to stick
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
All drivers must adhere to speed limits.
It is wise to adhere to the rules of your parents.
If your skin is wet, the bandage may not adhere well.
The new teacher was having trouble making her students adhere to her strict homework policy.
He needed to make sure that the staffs each knew to adhere to service level agreement's between both organizations.
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