When you are unaffected by 110 degree weather, this is an example of a time when you withstand harsh temperatures.
intransitive verb-·stood′, -·stand′ing
Origin of withstandMiddle English withstanden from Old English withstandan: see with- and stand
verbwith·stood, with·stand·ing, with·stands
- To resist or oppose with determined effort: The soldiers withstood the attack.
- To be undamaged or unaffected by: The house withstood the storm.
Origin of withstandMiddle English withstanden from Old English withstandan with against ; see with . standan to stand ; see stand .
(third-person singular simple present withstands, present participle withstanding, simple past and past participle withstood)
Old English wiÃ°standan (wiÃ° "against" + standan "to stand")