able to withstand   (耐えられる)

It is able to withstand salinity ranges from 0 to 76 ppt.

The minarets are able to withstand fast-moving trains passing close by.

Successful bookmakers must be able to withstand a large short term loss.

not withstand   (耐えられない)

A pier was built in 1929, but this, too, could not withstand the weather.

Officers cannot withstand a large number of injuries without being incapacitated.

It was filled with concrete as clay could not withstand a water head of 160 feet.

designed to withstand   (耐えるように設計されています)

"Industrial PRTs" are designed to withstand industrial environments.

The cathedral is designed to withstand earthquakes of 8.5 on the Richter scale.

The steel walls were 12.7 cm thick and designed to withstand pressure of up to .

ability to withstand   (耐える能力)

Another story that tests Captain Gault's ability to withstand feminine wiles.

He earned the nickname for his strength and ability to withstand his opponent's strikes.

Stoneware and ironstone ware were popular choices for restaurants for their ability to withstand heavy use.

enough to withstand   (耐えるのに十分)

The walls, once strong enough to withstand cannonballs, had not been maintained.

As a result, the American economy proved resilient enough to withstand the blockade's effects.

The extra width was necessary to make the cable strong enough to withstand the tension required.