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Meaning of “resolute” - Learner’s Dictionary

resolute

adjective     /ˈrezəluːt/ formal
determined not to change what you do or believe because you think that you are right: a resolute opponent of the warStrong-willed
resolutely adverb
Translations of “resolute”
in Chinese (Traditional) 堅決的, 有決心的, 堅定的…
in Russian решительный, непоколебимый…
in Turkish kararlı, azimli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 坚决的, 有决心的, 坚定的…
in Polish zdecydowany…
(Definition of resolute from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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