n. 住所; 公寓; <古>（在某地的）暂住; 逗留
v. 容忍( abide的过去式和过去分词 ); 等候; 逗留; 停留
Your abode is the place where you live.
I went round the streets and found his new abode.
If someone has no fixed abode, they are homeless.
30 per cent of psychiatric hospital beds are occupied by people of no fixed abode.
If someone is given the right of abode in a particular country, they are legally allowed to live there.
Outsiders who wed islanders are given only three years' right of abode at first.
1. any address at which you dwell more than temporarily;
2. housing that someone is living in;
The child abode with his grandparents for three years before being returned to his home.
They still dwelt in their old abode.
For your business and leisure to provide a comfortable abode in the Office of the elections.
Only today have I opened for you my humble abode.
The abode, which we bought month, is abundance nice.