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Detailed Translations for stamina from English to Spanish


stamina [the ~] noun

  1. the stamina (resilience)
    el aguante; el encaje
  2. the stamina (endurance)
    el aguante; la dureza; la resistencia; la consistencia; el poder de resistencia; la capacidad de resistencia

Translation Matrix for stamina:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aguante endurance; resilience; stamina
capacidad de resistencia endurance; stamina
consistencia endurance; stamina consistence
dureza endurance; stamina bravery; callous; courage; daring; gallantry; hard skin; harshness; obduracy; roughness; ruthlessness; severity; sternness; stiffness; strictness; sturdiness; toughness; valor; valour; vigor; vigour
encaje resilience; stamina lace; lace cloth; lace-making; lacework; wing; wing of a building
poder de resistencia endurance; stamina
resistencia endurance; stamina Resistance; adverse wind; commotion; contrary wind; courage; defence; defense; disturbance; doggedness; fisticuffs; illegal act; illegality; pandemonium; rebellion; resistance; revolt; riot; toughness; underground; unlawfulness; vigor; vigour
- staying power; toughness

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Related Definitions for "stamina":

  1. enduring strength and energy1

Wiktionary Translations for stamina:

  1. power of sustained exertion

stamina form of stamen:

stamen [the ~] noun

  1. the stamen
    el estambre

Translation Matrix for stamen:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
estambre stamen worsted; worsted yarn

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Synonyms for "stamen":

  • reproductive structure

Related Definitions for "stamen":

  1. the male reproductive organ of a flower1

Wiktionary Translations for stamen:

  1. A flower part that produces pollen

Cross Translation:
stamen estambre étamine — (botanique) Organe mâle de la fleur produisant le pollen. Les étamines se composent d’une partie allongée (le filet) et d’une partie supérieure renflée (l’anthère).