- vt. (长时间地)忍受,忍耐,容忍 bear (pain, suffering, etc.) patiently or for a long time
- vi. 持续,持久,坚持下去 remain alive or in existence, especially in spite of difficulty
put up with something or somebody unpleasant;
"I cannot bear his constant criticism"
"The new secretary had to endure a lot of unprofessional remarks"
"he learned to tolerate the heat"
"She stuck out two years in a miserable marriage"
face and withstand with courage;
"She braved the elements"
continue to live through hardship or adversity;
"We went without water and food for 3 days"
"These superstitions survive in the backwaters of America"
"The race car driver lived through several very serious accidents"
"how long can a person last without food and water?"
undergo or be subjected to;
"He suffered the penalty"
"Many saints suffered martyrdom"
last and be usable;
"This dress wore well for almost ten years"
persist for a specified period of time;
"The bad weather lasted for three days"
continue to exist;
"These stories die hard"
"The legend of Elvis endures"
- I could not endure the insolence of his behaviour.
- I cannot endure listening to that any longer.
- If help doesn't come,we must endure to the end.
- They vowed their love would endure forever.
- These traditions have endured throughout the ages.
- We can't endure much longer in this desert without water.
- If help does not come,we must endure to the end.
- He is a great writer and his books will endure forever
- I cannot endure her rudeness any longer.
- The company has endured tremendous losses.
- He endured cold and hunger.
- She had endured great pain for a number of years.
- I can't endure to hear about it.
- I can't endure talking to them.
- He can't endure being disturbed in his work.
- I cannot endure you should say that.
So long as one is happy one can endure any discipline.出自： G. Greene
A creature who could quietly endure, silently suffer and patiently wait.出自： M. L. King
- endure, bear, put up with, stand, suffer, tolerate
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的endurer；最初源自古典拉丁语的indurare，意为使变硬。