adjective per·du·ra·ble \(ˌ)pər-ˈdu̇r-ə-bəl, -ˈdyu̇r-; ˈpər-jə-rə-\

Definition of perdurable

  1. :  very durable


play \(ˌ)pər-ˌdu̇r-ə-ˈbil-ət-ē, -ˌdyu̇r-; ˌpər-jə-rə-\ noun


play \(ˌ)pər-ˈdu̇r-ə-blē, -ˈdyu̇r-; ˈpər-jə-rə-\ adverb

Origin and Etymology of perdurable

Middle English, long-lasting, eternal, from Anglo-French pardurable, from Late Latin perdurabilis, from Latin perdurare to endure, from per- throughout + durare to last — more at during

First Known Use: 14th century

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