ENDURANCE


ENDURANCE
n. f.

Faculté, force d’endurer la fatigue physique, les privations. Les troupes ont fait preuve pendant cette campagne d’une endurance remarquable. L’endurance d’un coureur de fond.

L'Academie francaise. 1935.

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