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stubborn

adjective
 
 
/ˈstʌbən/
B2 determined not to change your ideas, plans, etc, although other people want you toStrong-willed
stubbornly adverb stubbornness noun [U]
Translations of “stubborn”
in Arabic عَنيد…
in Korean 고집센…
in Malaysian degil…
in French têtu…
in Turkish inatçı, dik başlı, dik kafalı…
in Italian testardo, ostinato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 頑固的,執拗的,倔強的, 難移動的, 難改變的…
in Russian упрямый…
in Polish uparty…
in Vietnamese bướng bỉnh, ngoan cố…
in Spanish cabezota…
in Portuguese teimoso, obstinado…
in Thai ดื้อรั้น…
in German eigensinnig…
in Catalan tossut…
in Japanese (性格が)頑固な, 強情な…
in Indonesian keras kepala…
in Chinese (Simplified) 顽固的,执拗的,倔强的, 难移动的, 难改变的…
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