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nothing daunted

mainly UK
still confident and enthusiastic despite a failure or problem
不气馁的,再接再厉的
She was rejected the first time she applied to the university, but, nothing daunted, reapplied the following year and was accepted.
她第一次向那所大学递交入学申请虽然遭到了拒绝,但没有气馁,第二年再次递交就被接收了。
Strong-willed
Translations of “nothing daunted”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不氣餒的,再接再厲的…
(Definition of nothing daunted from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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