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Translation of "assiduous" - English-Spanish dictionary

assiduous

adjective   /əˈsɪd.ju.əs/ formal
showing hard work, care, and attention to detail diligente assiduous research/efforts an assiduous student The government has been assiduous in the fight against inflation.1356
assiduously adverb   /-li/ assiduousness noun [no plural]   /-nəs/
(Definition of assiduous from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

assiduous

adjective /(British ) əˈsidjuəs; (American) əˈsidʒuːəs/
(formal) working very hard and carefully Diligente She was assiduous in the way she went abut her work.
assiduously adverb
Diligentemente He applied himself assiduously to the task.
(Definition of assiduous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “assiduous”
in Vietnamese siêng năng…
in Malaysian tekun…
in Thai ขยันหมั่นเพียร…
in Chinese (Simplified) 专心致志的, 兢兢业业的, 勤勉的…
in Turkish sebat eden, sebatkâr, kararlı ve azimli…
in Russian усердный…
in Indonesian tekun…
in Chinese (Traditional) 專心致志的, 勤勉的…
in Polish wytrwały, gorliwy…
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