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Meaning of “endeavour” - Learner’s Dictionary

endeavour

verb UK ( US endeavor)     /ɪnˈdevər/
endeavour to do sth formal
to try very hard to do something: I endeavoured to help her, but she wouldn't let me.Trying and making an effortEffort and expending energy
endeavour UK ( US endeavor) noun [C, U]
human/artistic endeavour
Translations of “endeavour”
in Arabic يُحاوِل…
in Korean 노력하다…
in Malaysian berusaha…
in French s’efforcer (de)…
in Italian tentare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 努力, 奮力…
in Vietnamese nỗ lực…
in Spanish esfuerzo, tratar de, esforzarse…
in Portuguese tentar…
in Thai พยายาม…
in German sich bemühen…
in Catalan intentar…
in Japanese (人)が~しようと努める…
in Indonesian berusaha…
in Chinese (Simplified) 努力, 奋力…
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