English version

stamina

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstaminastam‧i‧na /ˈstæmənə/ ●○○ noun [uncountable]  STRONG PERSONphysical or mental strength that lets you continue doing something for a long time without getting tired You need stamina to be a long-distance runner. Elaine has the stamina and the determination to succeed.
Examples from the Corpus
staminaThe therapeutic pool helped patients build strength and stamina, while the warm saltwater relaxed their muscles.Hauling five-gallon buckets of water and toiling up to five hours in the sun required the strength and stamina of a linebacker.exercises to increase your strength and staminaHe has based his game on the prime virtues of line and length, backed by great stamina.Over a mile, the only sensible way to ride Pendero was to use his stamina, not hold him up.Climbing back up the one in 4 gradient requires extraordinary reserves of stamina as well.Biscoe is a saxophone virtuoso of great lyricism, passion, stamina, and considerable versatility.Brooks just doesn't have the stamina to play the whole game.
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