Meaning of enduro in English:

enduro

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nounplural noun enduros

  • A long-distance race for motor vehicles or bicycles, typically over rough terrain, designed to test endurance.

    ‘Besides the thrill of great mountain bike enduros, Oldfield has struck up and cemented firm friendships with the elite of the mountain bike world.’
    • ‘It was an enduro that had a high range and a low range, one for street and one for dirt.’
    • ‘The event is run similar to a motocross enduro; one team member completes a lap followed by the next.’
    • ‘Riding enduros can take a lot of dedication and time, but it is hugely rewarding and there is a real sense of camaraderie among competitors.’
    • ‘The 250-mile enduro to be held under the lights of Phoenix International Raceway is set to start the evening of April 10.’
    • ‘The Jamboree, as it is known, is a single speed stage race in the spirit of the bike enduro.’
    • ‘Two types of karts can be built: sprint and enduro.’

Pronunciation

enduro

/ɪnˈdjʊərəʊ/ /ɛnˈdjʊərəʊ/

Origin

1950s from endurance + the informal suffix -o.