- to be able to withstand
to be able to endure
- A statement attested by witnesses.
- Coking coal: coal which can be converted into useful coke that must be strong enough to withstand handling.
- A combined strength of a headful of human hair is capable of supporting a weight equivalent to that of99people.
- Where a sidewalk is not separated from the roadway by a crashworthy traffic barrier consideration should be given to the possibility that vehicles can mount t he sidewalk.
- In a competitively imitative manner.
- In the new era the party demands that all its comrades be able to withstand the test of reform opening-up and being in power lead the people to work assiduously for the realization of socialist modernization.
- Will this boat bear up under hurricane winds?
- The sea wall sustained the shock of waves.
- 2the Seller shall have the contract equipment strongly packed and shall take reasonable protective measures to protect the contract equipment from conditions of weather moisture corrosion and shock etc. according to their different shapes and special features so as to withstand numerous handling loading and unloading as well as long distance sea transportation and inland transportation.
- The door which has extruded aluminum frame is said to be weather-resistant shatterproof and warp-proof.
- They can withstand severe tests.
- Pearl therefore--so large were the attainments of her three years'lifetime--could have borne a fair examination in the new england primer or the first column of the westminster catechisms although unacquainted with the outward form of either of those celebrated works.
- These in turn are to be packed in seaworthy cases in such a manner that movement inside the cases is impossible.
- The old boat showed itself to be seaworthy.
- These shoes can withstand the wear and tear of a couple of years.