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diligent

adjective  us   /ˈdɪl·ɪ·dʒənt/
careful and serious in your work, or done in a careful and determined way: a diligent worker They made diligent efforts to carry out their programs.
diligence
noun [U]  us   /ˈdɪl·ɪ·dʒəns/
Translations of “diligent”
in Vietnamese siêng năng…
in Spanish diligente…
in Thai ขยันหมั่นเพียร…
in Malaysian rajin…
in French appliqué…
in German emsig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 認真刻苦的,勤奮的,勤勞的, 細致的,潛心的…
in Indonesian rajin…
in Russian усердный…
in Turkish dikkatli, çalışkan, gayretli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 认真刻苦的,勤奋的,勤劳的, 细致的,潜心的…
in Polish pilny…
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