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tenacious

adjective /təˈneiʃəs/
(of a person) very determined to do something and not willing to give up easily
Tenaz
The president is keeping a tenacious grip on power.
(of a belief, habit, illness etc) to continue to exist or be influential for a long time
Tenaz
Friends of ex-smokers can support them emotionally and play an important role in helping them beat a tenacious habit.
tenaciously
Tenazmente
She battled tenaciously in her first round match.
tenacity noun
Tenacidad
I admire his tenacity.
(Definition of tenacious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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