stamina

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noun stam·i·na \ˈsta-mə-nə\

Examples of stamina in a sentence

  1. Do you have the stamina to finish the job?

Origin and Etymology of stamina

Latin, plural of stamen warp, thread of life spun by the Fates


First Known Use: 1726


STAMINA Defined for English Language Learners

stamina

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noun stam·i·na \ˈsta-mə-nə\

Definition of stamina for English Language Learners

  • : great physical or mental strength that allows you to continue doing something for a long time


STAMINA Defined for Kids

stamina

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noun stam·i·na \ˈsta-mə-nə\

Definition of stamina for Students

  1. :  the ability or strength to keep doing something for a long time


Medical Dictionary

stamina

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noun stam·i·na \ˈstam-ə-nə\

Medical Definition of stamina

  1. :  the strength or vigor of bodily constitution :  capacity for standing fatigue or resisting disease <restoration of weight, strength and stamina following recovery from major surgery—Journal of the American Medical Association>


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