durable definition

  • adjective:
    • with the capacity of withstanding wear and tear or decay: a durable textile.
    • with the capacity of withstanding wear and tear or decay: a durable fabric.
    • in a position to perform or contend over a lengthy duration, as by preventing or conquering injuries: a durable fullback.
    • Able to perform or compete over a long period, as by avoiding or overcoming injuries: a durable fullback.
    • Lasting; stable: a durable relationship.
    • Lasting; steady: a durable relationship.
    • Economics perhaps not depleted or consumed by use: durable products.
    • Economics maybe not depleted or used by use: durable goods.
    • capable withstand use, decay; enduring; suffering.
    • Able to withstand wear, decay; lasting; enduring.
    • in a position to withstand or continue in a particular problem; lasting; maybe not perishable or changeable; not deteriorating or decaying shortly; suffering
    • Able to endure or continue in a certain problem; enduring; not perishable or changeable; maybe not wearing out or rotting shortly; suffering
    • effective at withstanding wear and tear and decay
    • effective at withstanding deterioration and decay
    • extended lasting
    • existing for some time
    • extended enduring
    • existing for some time
  • noun:
    • Economics A manufactured product, including a vehicle or a family group appliance, which can be used over a somewhat long-period without getting depleted or used. Usually used in the plural.
    • Economics A manufactured item, particularly a car or a household appliance, which can be used over a relatively long-period without having to be exhausted or consumed. Frequently found in the plural.
    • A durable good, one of good use over more than one period, particularly annually.
    • A durable good, one useful over more than one period, specifically per year.
  • others:
    • getting the top-notch enduring, or continuing long in being; maybe not perishable or changeable; lasting; suffering: as, durable wood; durable fabric; durable delight.
    • getting the quality of lasting, or continuing long in being; not perishable or changeable; lasting; suffering: since, durable wood; durable fabric; durable delight.
    • Synonyms lasting, Stable, an such like. (see lasting), abiding, continuing, firm, powerful, tough.
    • Synonyms Permanent, Stable, etc. (see lasting), abiding, continuing, firm, strong, hard.

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