Dictionary of the word “durable”

Meaning of the word

The word “durable” is an adjective that describes something that has the ability to last for a long period of time, that is resistant to wear or that has a long life.

Origin of the word

The word “durable” originates in the Latin “Durabilis”, which means “that can last”.

Word adverbs

Adverbs related to the word “durable” are “lasting” and “lasting”.

Conjunctions of the word

The word “durable” has no specific conjunctions related to it.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms of the word “durable” are resistant, solid, lavish, long -lived, persistent and lasting.

Word Definitions

  1. which has the ability to last for a long period of time;
  2. which is wear resistant;
  3. which has a prolonged service life.

Phrases that the word applies

– The material used in the construction of this house is very durable.

– This tennis brand is known for producing durable and high quality shoes.

– Their relationship is durable and resistant to difficulties.

Examples of the word in text

1. The car I bought is durable and has no mechanical problems.

2. The painting of this wall is durable and moisture resistant.

3. The furniture in this store are durable and made with high quality materials.

Rhymes with the word

Safe, pure, mature, future, dark, refinement, wall, safe.

Anagrams with the word

The words that can be formed from the letters of the word “durable” are:

  1. Alleviate
  3. Ludera
  4. Ludi
  5. Ludrei
  6. lurade
  7. LUIDE
  8. luride
  9. Radule
  10. Redule
  11. RUDALE
  12. Urdeal

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