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diehard

noun [C] ( also die-hard)
 
 
/ˈdaɪ.hɑːd/ US  /-hɑːrd/ disapproving
someone who is unwilling to change or give up their ideas or ways of behaving, even when there are good reasons to do so
顽固分子,死硬分子
a diehard conservative/fan
顽固的保守派/铁杆拥趸
Stubborn and determined people
Translations of “diehard”
in Chinese (Traditional) 頑固分子,死硬分子…
(Definition of diehard from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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