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insist

verb /inˈsist/
(with thator on) to state, emphasize, or hold firmly to (an opinion, plan etc)
insistir
He insists that I was to blame for the accident I insisted on driving him home.
(often with onor that) to demand or urge
insistir; exigir
He insists on punctuality/obedience She insisted on coming with me He insisted that I should go.
insistence noun (the act of) insisting
insistencia
She went to see the doctor at her husband’s insistence.
insistent adjective
insistente
He was very insistent on inviting you to dinner.
(Definition of insist from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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