French translation of 'unrelenting'
1. (= relentless) [person, criticism, pursuit, thoroughness] implacable
2. (= ceaseless)
[pressure, rain] incessant(e)
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He looked at me, and though his tone appeared unrelenting, I thought I detected a subtle expectation in his expression.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
In July 1932, after thirty months of unrelenting work, Mrs Bryant had persuaded him to book in for a fortnight at Polmayne's Antalya Hotel.THE MAIN CAGES (2002)
She was in charge; humorous, good-natured, but unrelenting.AN OLDER WOMAN (2002)
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British English: unrelenting ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone's behaviour as unrelenting, you mean that they are continuing to do something in a very determined way.
She established her authority with unrelenting thoroughness.
Translation of unrelenting from the Collins English to French Dictionary