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Translation of "endure" - English-Spanish dictionary

endure

verb   /ɪnˈdjʊər/ ( present participle enduring, past tense and past participle endured)
to experience something difficult or unpleasant aguantar She’s already had to endure three painful operations on her leg.
(Definition of endure from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

endure

verb /inˈdjuə/
to bear patiently; to tolerate soportar She endures her troubles bravely I can endure her rudeness no longer.
to remain firm; to last aguantar, soportar, resistir, persistir You must endure to the end The memory of her great acting has endured.
endurable adjective
(opposite unendurable) able to be borne or tolerated soportable This pain is scarcely endurable.
endurance noun
the power or ability to bear or to last resistencia, aguante He has amazing (power of) endurance Her rudeness is beyond endurance (also adjective) endurance tests.
(Definition of endure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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