Dictionary of the word “durative”

Meaning of the word

The word “durative” is an adjective that refers to something that has the ability to last, to last in time. Indicates the characteristic of something that is lasting, persistent or continuous.

Origin of the word

The word “durative” originates in the Latin “Durativus”, derived from the verb “Durare”, which means “last”.

Word adverbs

Adverbs related to the word “durative” are “hard” and “lasting”.

Conjunctions of the word

The word “durative” does not have a specific form of conjunction.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms of the word “harsh” are: persistent, continuous, lasting, prolonged, constant, eternal.

Word Definitions

  1. That has the ability to last;
  2. that extends in time;
  3. which is persistent or continuous.

Phrases that the word applies

– True love is durable, resisting all adversity.

– Patience is a durative virtue that allows us to face challenges calmly and perseverance.

Examples of the word in text

The bridge construction project is durable as it will take months to be completed.

Music has a durative effect, as their notes continue to resonate in our ears even after the end of the melody.

Rhymes with the word

Active, captive, festive, native, positive, relative.

Anagrams with the word

Words that can be formed from the letters of “Durate” are: “Victorial” and “VITORADUA”.

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