- vt. 对抗；经得起；承受
- vt. 经受,承受 endure (sth) without giving in, collapsing, wearing out, etc.
resist or confront with resistance;
"The politician defied public opinion"
"The new material withstands even the greatest wear and tear"
"The bridge held"
stand up or offer resistance to somebody or something
- He slew all who dared to withstand him.
- Explorers have to withstand hardships.
- They could not withstand the fierceness of attack of those soldiers.
- This dress material will withstand repeated washing.
- Children's furniture must withstand kicks and blows.
- I couldn't withstand the murderous heat.
- Do you have the patience to withstand the gestation period?
- The bridge withstands the flood.
- He can withstand hardships.
Ground to mud by an agency which the hardest rocks cannot withstand.出自： J. Tyndall
I never could withstand an appeal for help.出自： J. K. Jerome
The stone houses had withstood the weather.出自： N. Farah