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if you experience a problem or a situation, you have that problem or are in that situation
to experience something, especially something that is unpleasant but necessary
to experience or deal with something, especially a problem
to have a particular type of treatment or experience
to suffer something difficult or unpleasant in a patient way over a long period
to experience something
used for saying that something happens to you or you experience something
to experience something for a short time
to experience a lot of something while you are growing up
in an online conversation, repeatedly asking a person questions which suggest that you are interested in what they are talking about, but are actually intended to annoy them
a soft fruit that has a green skin and a large hard seed inside. It grows on a tree and is a type...
an electric skateboard
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