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indomitable

adjective uk   /ɪnˈdɒm.ɪ.tə.bl̩/ us    /-ˈdɑː.mə.t̬ə-/
used to say that someone is strong, brave, determined, and difficult to defeat or frighten: The indomitable Mrs Furlong said she would continue to fight for justice.
indomitably
adverb uk   /-bli/ us  
indomitably cheerful to fight indomitably
Translations of “indomitable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不屈不撓的, 勇敢堅定的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不屈不挠的, 勇敢坚定的…
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