Translation of durable in Spanish:

durable

Pronunciation: /ˈdʊrəbəl; ˈdjʊərəbəl/

adj

  • 1.1 (hardwearing) [fabric/clothing/shoes] durable
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    • They are simply not going to be able to maintain the durable equilibrium that market socialists want and believe possible.
    • The car is not made of stainless steel but instead it's made of some kind of durable alloy that can withstand bullets and rocket-propelled grenades.
    • Colonial hinged shutters are durable enough to withstand hurricane wind forces.
    1.2 [Busn] durable goods bienes (mpl) (de consumo) duraderos 1.3 (enduring) [peace/friendship/fame] duradero

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