en-dur(last,harden)-e [be firm 使堅強]
v.忍耐,忍受 [To carry on through, despite hardships]
ex. to endure a toothache.(不把痛拿走，而持續的忍耐)
ex. The story ranks among classics, and will endure for certain.
in-durate v.變堅固、變硬 [Cold indurates the soil.]
ob-durate v.頑固 (ob-做against解)
ex. a poet of enduring greatness.
v.使失去活力;使衰弱 [To weaken or destroy the strength or vitality of]
ex. A hot climate enervates people.
v.使衰弱;使無力 [to make feeble; weaken]
v.上腳鐐 [To bind in fetters; enchain.]
[ps. gage 中古代的手套，騎士在戰鬥的時候，會丟下手套，表示接受挑戰的象徵；意及一種pledge]
v.佔用(時間,精力等) [to occupy the attention or efforts of (a person or persons)]
ex. The book engaged my full attention.
v.雇聘 ex. They engaged a cook for the summer.
v.交戰 ex. Our army engaged the enemy.
v.保證 ex.I am willing to engage on such terms.
v.訂婚 ex. They were engaged last week.
ex. He is engaged in his business.
ex. an engaging smile
v.使產生 [ to produce,give rise to]
ex. Pity engendered love.
v.雕刻;將...銘記 [ to chase (letters, designs, etc.) on a hard surface, as of metal, stone]
adj.嚴肅的 ex.Her face became very grave.
v.使全神貫注 [ to occupy completely, as the mind or attention]
ex. Their discussion engrossed his attention.
v.用大字體書寫 [to write or copy in a clear, attractive, large script or in a formal manner, as a public document or record]
ex. to engross a deed.
字源：c.1347, from O.Fr. gros "big, thick, coarse," from L.L. grossus "thick, coarse (of food or mind),"
v.捲入;吞沒 [to swallow up in or as in a gulf]
ex. The flood engulfed the farms
v.提高 [ to raise to a higher degree; intensify; magnify]
ex. Passing the English examination should enhance your chances of getting the post.