Traducción de endurance en español:


resistencia, n.

Pronunciación /ɪnˈd(j)ʊrəns/ /ɛnˈd(j)ʊrəns/ /ɪnˈdjʊər(ə)ns/ /ɛnˈdjʊər(ə)ns/ /ɪnˈdʒɔːr(ə)ns/ /ɛnˈdʒɔːr(ə)ns/

Ver definición en español de resistencia


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    (physical) resistencia femenino
    (physical) aguante masculino
    (mental) entereza femenino
    (mental) fortaleza femenino
    powers of endurance capacidad de aguante
    • a feat of endurance una proeza de resistencia
    • beyond / past endurance intolerable
    • he made them suffer beyond endurance los hizo sufrir hasta que no podían más
    • endurance test prueba de resistencia
    • endurance record récord de resistencia
    • The rally will be a real test of endurance, stamina and navigational skills.
    • For a man like him, Antarctica represents the ultimate endurance test.
    • A Swindon doctor and marathon runner looks set to finish the ultimate endurance test in the Sahara Desert.
    • The pair have been in training for the marathon endurance test since October.
    • This cross-border event is a rigorous and testing challenge of endurance and skill.
    • Test your endurance and skill as you power round tracks for up to 24 hours.
    • It'll take a while but any difficulty will be in testing our endurance.
    • It is the ultimate test of skill and endurance of both the rider and his steed.
    • Pulling out a stopwatch and trying your skills is fun but will also test your endurance and physical fitness.
    • For most people, running a marathon would be the realisation of a lifetime ambition and the ultimate test of endurance.
    • Soon new records will be set and new tests of endurance undergone.
    • The six of us that are left are looking around at the empty beds and realizing that this is becoming a test of endurance.
    • His spirit of endurance and his determination carried him through those difficult times.
    • The marathon race is the big test of endurance in the Olympics.
    • A football match is not a sprint and is, more often than not, a test of endurance.
    • We've seen ordinary men testing their endurance under the rigours of SAS training.
    • Such activities are tests of endurance, to see how much pain and misery you can withstand.
    • Each step down the metal staircase, each turn at each landing, was an agonizing test of endurance.
    • The first one went in to test his endurance and he did and came out better than his expectations.
    • Like a stage of a bike race, it is a test of endurance and, ultimately, speed.