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durable
'dʊrəbəl
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Existing for a long time.
  2. Very long lasting.
  3. Capable of withstanding wear and tear and decay.
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Part of Speech(形) adjective
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经久jīngjiǔlong-lasting; durable
持久chíjiǔlasting; enduring; persistent; permanent; protracted; endurance; persistence; to last long
有耐久力yǒu nàijiǔlìdurable
耐久nàijiǔdurable; long-lasting
耐穿nàichuāndurable; proof against wear and tear
耐用nàiyòngdurable
jiǎng(ancient form ) strong; durable; solid; firm; stable, (same as ) tight; firm, pressing
㱿què(interchangeable ) the husk, skin or shell of fruits; the shell of snakes, insects, etc., the shells of mollusks; a bag or case made of leather for weapons, (interchangeable ) prudent; cautious, (same as ) to vomit; to throw up, strong; durable; solid
nàicapable of enduring; able to tolerate; patient; durable; hardy; resistant
结实jiēshirugged; sturdy; strong; durable; buff (physique)
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