- 1 [with object] Suffer (something painful or difficult) patiently: it seemed impossible that anyone could endure such painMás ejemplos en oraciones
undergo, go through, live through, experience, meet, encounter; cope with, deal with, face, face up to, handle, suffer, tolerate, put up with, brave, bear, withstand, sustain, weather; become reconciled to, reconcile oneself to, become resigned to, get used to, become accustomed to, learn to live with, make the best of; Scottish tholetolerate, bear, put up with, go along with, suffer, submit to, countenance, accept, give one's blessing to, brook, support, takeBritish • informal wear
- I now understand the pain and suffering a terminal illness can cause, suffering not just endured by the patient but by their loved ones.
- Mr Sanderson worked for 37 years at York Carriageworks and died of an illness related to asbestos, after enduring a long and painful collapse.
- It was difficult to gauge who had endured the more difficult week.
- 2 [no object] Remain in existence; last: these cities have endured through timeMás ejemplos en oraciones
last, live, live on, go on, hold on, abide, continue, persist, remain, stay, survivelasting, long-lasting, durable, continuing, remaining, persisting, prevailing, abiding, eternal, perennial, permanent, unending, everlasting; constant, stable, steady, steadfast, fixed, firm, unwavering, unfaltering, unchanging, changeless, long-standing, long-established, long-running, long-term
- Your strength in personal affairs is your ability to build a well-knit, solid relationship that endures and continues to thrive year after year.
- It has worked so far for the Murdochs, but whether the concept will endure, however, remains to be seen.
- Above all, the stones remain and endure and, as he rightly reminds us, they too have a story to tell.
Middle English: from Old French endurer, from Latin indurare 'harden', from in- 'in' + durus 'hard'.