Would you please help me understand the meaning of this constructions by using "abide"? Esencially I understand "abide" like having the meaning close to "live" or "remain" since it is related with the noun "abode". Then "You have to abide by the law" would mean something like " you have to live under the law". And "you have to abide with him" would mean "you have to live with him" (of course not in the sence of living in the same house but always having some conection, or something like that). Now, none of these perceptions fit with this other context, or at least I cannot understand its meaning:"...I wouldn’t normally have an issue with Superman. But I can’t abide with him taking jobs that hard working American super heroes could do. Spiderman and Batman have families they need to support and giving handouts to illegal superheroes doesn’t help them. "