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steadfast

adjective uk   /ˈsted.fɑːst/ /-fəst/  us   /-fæst/ approving
staying the same for a long time and not changing quickly or unexpectedly: a steadfast friend/ally steadfast loyalty The group remained steadfast in its support for the new system, even when it was criticized in the newspapers.
steadfastness
noun [U] uk   us   /-nəs/
Translations of “steadfast”
in Vietnamese kiên định, không dao động…
in Spanish firme, inalterable…
in Thai แน่นอน…
in Malaysian tidak berubah…
in French constant…
in German standhaft…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長期不變的, 堅定的,不動搖的…
in Indonesian kokoh…
in Russian стойкий, упорный…
in Turkish sarsılmaz, değişmez, sabit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长期不变的, 坚定的,不动摇的…
in Polish niewzruszony, niezachwiany…
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