Hindi translation of 'stubborn'
stubborn /ˈstʌbən ˈस्टबन्/
A stubborn person is determined to do what they want and refuses to change their mind.
...his stubborn resistance to anything new.
He stubbornly refused to tell her the truth.
stubbornness uncountable noun
Her refusal to talk was simple stubbornness.
A stubborn stain is difficult to remove.
This treatment removes the most stubborn stains.
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Example Sentences Including 'stubborn'
They like to be babied, pampered, and they are always so stubborn.Web of Dreams
She tried to enjoy the quiet of the countryside, but Everett and his stubborn side kept pushing into her mind.Roses are for the Rich
Two pairs of eyes were fixed on Bagado, whose face was still as hard and as stubborn as pig iron.A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
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'stubborn' in Other Languages
- Arabic: عَنِيد
- Brazilian Portuguese: teimoso teimosa
- Chinese: 顽固的
- Croatian: tvrdoglav tvrdoglava
- Czech: tvrdohlavý
- Danish: stædig
- Dutch: koppig
- European Spanish: testarudo testaruda
- Finnish: itsepäinen
- French: têtu
- German: stur
- Greek: πεισματάρης πεισματάρα
- Italian: ostinato ostinata
- Japanese: 頑固な
- Korean: 고집 센
- Norwegian: sta
- Polish: uparty uparta
- Portuguese: teimoso teimosa
- Romanian: încăpățânat încăpățânat, încăpățânată, încăpățânați, încăpățânate
- Russian: упрямый упрямая
- Spanish: testarudo testaruda
- Swedish: envis envist
- Thai: ดื้อ
- Turkish: inatçı
- Ukrainian: впертий
- Vietnamese: bướng bỉnh
Translation of stubborn from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary