Translation of endurance in Spanish:

endurance

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈdʊrəns; ɪnˈdjʊərəns/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • (physical) resistencia (f), aguante (m); (mental) entereza (f), fortaleza (f) powers of endurance capacidad (feminine) de aguante a feat of endurance una proeza de resistencia beyond o past endurance intolerable he made them suffer beyond endurance los hizo sufrir hasta que no podían más (before noun/delante del nombre) endurance test prueba (feminine) de resistencia endurance record récord (masculine) de resistencia
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    • 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.

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