- to be able to withstand
to be able to endure
- Will this car stand up to winter conditions here?
- In football you have to get used to hard knocks.
- 从她的性格来说, 她经得起那个玩笑
- Characteristically she took the joke very well.
- This work will hardly stand close examination.
- The structure looks sound, if we have my big gales and flood this winter, we shall see how it stands the test.
- Now that Father is dead, we must bits the bullet and learn to put up with hardship.
- Made to withstand hard use or wear.
- Children's furniture must withstand kicks and blows.
- There is a high degree of risk in the stock market so it must be cautious to invest as investors particularly the rising stock market in china he or she not only need professional knowledge but also need strong nerve and stand the test of sad and exultation.
- Officials say the currency arrangement is fine and can withstand yuan parity but economists say a rising yuan could cause problems longer term if accompanied by a spike in hong kong's inflation because of the territory's reliance on some imports from china.
- Healthy hair is highly elastic and can stretch20or30per cent before snapping. A human hair is stronger than copper wire of the same thickness. A combined strength of a headful of human hair is capable of supporting a weight equivalent to that of99people.
- 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.