resistant in Arabisch

‏المقاوم، صلب، مقاوم، متمرد‏
‏معارض، مقاوم، صامد‏


For example, this new mobile model is resistant to dust and water, which could be attractive to many parents who share their smartphones with their young children.
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The plan provides for the development of disease resistant plants that can be introduced into the area, and the Texas A & M University, specializing in agriculture, will be responsible for developing them.
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A core is usually coated by a layer which is resistant to the action of gastric juice.
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A method permits identifying all HCV 6 genotypes and 36 subtypes, with the most virulent and drug resistant forms included.
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Additional hoisting tackle 46 is equipped with hermetically-closed doors 47 with heat-resistant windows 48.
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A protective hood according to claim 8, wherein the heat-resistant cover is fixed on the base.
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Cabin 154 of hoisting tackle 1 has a rigid skeleton and a hermetic casing made of heat-resistant material.
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I knew, though, that it was terribly tough and shock-resistant, despite its decorative and festive appearance.
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Influence of the treatment according claimed method on frequency of Rifampicin-resistant mutants.
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In this case, air-tight doors and outside surfaces of hoisting system are provided with heat-resistant windows.
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relating to or conferring immunity (to disease or infection): immune, insusceptible, unsusceptible
resistant to rust: rustless
resistant to damage by moths: imperviable, impervious, mothproof
a reformer who believes in passive resistance: passive resister, crusader, meliorist, reformer, social reformer, reformist
(of hosiery) resistant to runs or (in Britain) ladders: imperviable, runproof, ladder-proof, impervious
impervious to corrosion: imperviable, impervious
impervious to being affected: impervious, imperviable
incapable of absorbing or mixing with: nonabsorbent, repellent, nonabsorptive
disposed to or engaged in defiance of established authority: insubordinate, noncompliant, defiant, resistive
able to tolerate environmental conditions or physiological stress: tolerable, tolerant

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