In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1resistencia femininetired already? you've got no stamina! — ¿ya estás cansado? ¡qué poca resistencia / qué poco aguante tienes!
- The murmurs against Bruno's physical and mental stamina had already begun.
- Although no special equipment is required for the climb, it takes stamina and determination.
- His biggest asset is his stamina and his ability to make more than 40 tackles per game.
- Especially useful are exercises which build strength, suppleness and stamina.
- It's only when you're doing it that you realise waiting takes stamina, strength and a strong will.
- It takes skill, quite a bit of effort and stamina, and a certain kind of imagination.
- All that exercise will pay off; you find that you have a lot of stamina and energy.
- As a team they have the qualities to stay at the top - skill, speed, stamina, style.
- The girls summoned their strength and stamina and faced the fresh legs of the opposition.
- He stated that he had great determination and stamina and felt he would be safer at home than in hospital.
- Her workshop is designed to improve vocal stamina and the clarity of speech rather than get rid of our accent.
- In a pure test of stamina and speed, cyclists go one at a time and the one with the fastest time wins gold.
- He says that he has lost a bit of energy and stamina, but considers himself lucky that the treatment seems to be working.
- When we got to the Canal Turn, I just thought if his stamina lasts, he will win it.
- My stamina is getting stronger, my determination more focused and my energy levels are increasing.
- If they have to wait much longer they will be fighting in conditions which will sap their strength and stamina.
- The rally will be a real test of endurance, stamina and navigational skills.
- She goes to the gym three times a week to build up strength and stamina, and to keep her already lithe frame toned.
- We see a man with a tough inner strength and immense stamina for everything life threw at him.
- Each session includes a warm up followed by timed jogs and runs to boost stamina and endurance levels.
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