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Translation of "withstand" - English-Spanish dictionary

withstand

verb   /wɪðˈstænd/ (withstood, withstood)
to be strong enough, or not be changed by something, or to oppose a person or thing successfully resistir a bridge designed to withstand earthquakes Our toys are designed to withstand the rough treatment of the average five-year-old. The aircraft base is protected with specially designed shelters which are built to withstand ground and air attacks. She is an artist whose work will undoubtedly withstand the test of time (= it will still be popular in the future).930
(Definition of withstand from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

withstand

verb /wiðˈstӕnd/ ( past tense, past participle withstood /-ˈstud/)
to oppose or resist (successfully) resistirse (a), aguantar They withstood the siege for eight months.
(Definition of withstand from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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