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unbending

adjective uk   us   /ʌnˈben.dɪŋ/ formal
If someone is unbending, they often make fixed judgments and decisions that they are unwilling to change: He has earned a reputation as a stern and unbending politician.
Translations of “unbending”
in Chinese (Traditional) 固執的, 倔強的, 堅定的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 固执的, 倔强的, 坚定的…
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