noun (the power or ability to bear or to last: He has amazing (power of) endurance; Her rudeness is beyond endurance; (also adjective) endurance tests.) resistencia, aguante
1 resistencia, aguante nombre masculino
1 de resistencia
beyond endurance / past endurance intolerable, insoportable
endurance test prueba de resistencia
endurance [ɪn'dʊrənts, ɛn-, -'djʊr-] n
: resistencia f, aguante m
aguante s.m.
duración s.f.
paciencia s.f.
resistencia s.f.
ɪn'dʊrəns, ɪn'djʊərəns
mass noun (physical) resistencia f, aguante m; (mental) entereza f, fortaleza f

powers of endurance — capacidad f de aguante; (before n)

endurance test — prueba f de resistencia

N resistencia f

to come to the end of one's endurance — no poder más, llegar a sus límites

past or beyond endurance — inaguantable, insoportable

to be tried beyond endurance — ser puesto a prueba

it tested his powers of endurance — puso a prueba su resistencia


endurance race N — carrera f de resistencia

endurance test N — prueba f de resistencia

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[ɪn'dʊrəns, ɪn'djʊərəns]
mass noun (physical) resistencia f, aguante m; (mental) entereza f, fortaleza f

powers of endurance — capacidad f de aguante; (before n)

endurance test — prueba f de resistencia

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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