Complete Definition of "durable"

English

Etymology
From dure, (archaic) from the Latin 'durare, (to last) + -able''.

Adjective
en-adj

  1. able to resist wear, decay; lasting; enduring;

Translations

Dutch: duurzaam
Finnish: kestävä, luja
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Telugu: మనà±à°¨à°¿à°à±à°¨ (mannikaina)

Synonyms
permanent

Antonyms
weak
transitory

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