动词过去式:endured 过去分词:endured 现在分词:enduring 第三人称单数:endures
/ɪn'djʊə(r); [US] -'dʊər; ɪn`dur/
1 [I, Tn] suffer or undergo (sth painful or uncomfortable) patiently 忍受; 忍耐
*endure toothache 忍受牙痛
* He endured three years in prison for his religious beliefs. 他因其宗教信仰而忍受系狱三年之苦.
2 [Tn, Tt, Tg] (esp in negative sentences 尤用于否定句) bear; tolerate 忍受; 容忍
*I can't endure that woman. 我对那个女人忍无可忍.
* I can't endure to see/seeing children suffer. 看着儿童受苦, 我可受不了.
3 [I] continue in existence; last 持续; 持久
*fame that will endure for ever 将永世长存的声望
* as long as life endures 只要生命犹存
* These traditions have endured throughout the ages. 这些传统世代相传至今.
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: French;Origin: endurer, from Latin durare 'to harden']
to be in a difficult or painful situation for a long time without complaining
It seemed impossible that anyone could endure such pain.
endure doing sth
He can't endure being apart from me.
to remain alive or continue to exist for a long time
friendships which endure over many years
1. Each time mine broke down, lost a screw, needed a new roller bearing, the brake wouldn't work, etc., and I called Suzanne, I had to endure a little lecture. 每次我的轮椅坏了，掉了螺丝，需要换轴承，或刹车不灵等，我都打电话给苏珊娜，但每次都要挨训。
2. They could not endure stress and shied away from challenges. 他们受不了压力，逃避挑战。
3. His voice had a tone of sorrow for the suffering of that ancient city, and a tone of confidence, too — a feeling of belief that London would be there, no matter what it had to endure. 他的声音里表达了一种为这个古老城市遭受的苦难而感到的悲痛，同时还传递着一种信心-- 一种相信无论要去忍受什么样的苦难伦敦也将巍然屹立的信念。
4. Juku defenders say that students are only gaining the discipline and the ability to endure pressure that they will need in life. 支持课外学校的人说，学生们仅仅是增强了纪律观念，提高了今后生活所需要的承受压力的能力。
5. I can´t endure that woman. 我对那个女人忍无可忍.
6. It seemed impossible for any city to take so much punishment and continue to endure. 在遭受如此重创后仍能继续坚持战斗，这对任何城市来说都似乎是不可能的。