stamina Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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staminanoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈstæm.ɪ.nə/
C1 the ​physical and/or ​mentalstrength to do something that might be ​difficult and will take a ​longtime: The ​triathlon is a ​greattest of stamina.
(Definition of stamina from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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staminanoun [U]

 us   /ˈstæm·ə·nə/
the ​physical or ​mentalstrength to do something for a ​longtime, esp. something ​difficult: The ​triathlon is a ​greattest of stamina.
(Definition of stamina from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “stamina”
in Spanish aguante…
in Vietnamese sức chịu đựng…
in Malaysian stamina…
in Thai ความแข็งแรง…
in French endurance…
in German das Durchhaltevermögen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 耐力, 耐性, 持久力…
in Turkish dayanma gücü, dayanıklılık, tahammül…
in Russian выносливость…
in Indonesian daya tahan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 耐力, 耐性, 持久力…
in Polish wytrzymałość, wytrwałość…
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