Learn how to say Sturdy correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word sturdy:
adjective (sturdier, sturdiest)
(of a person or their body) strongly and solidly built:
he had a sturdy, muscular physique
strong enough to withstand rough work or treatment:
the bike is sturdy enough to cope with bumpy tracks
showing confidence and determination:
the townspeople have a sturdy independence
vertigo in sheep caused by a tapeworm larva encysted in the brain.
Middle English (in the senses ‘reckless, violent’ and ‘intractable, obstinate’): shortening of Old French esturdi ‘stunned, dazed’. The derivation remains obscure; thought by some to be based on Latin turdus ‘a thrush’ (compare with the French phrase soûl comme une grive ‘drunk as a thrush’)