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He is a very resilient character and able to do the hard yards. The Sun (2010)Fulham are calm and resilient under pressure. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Standard is one of the most resilient stocks in the sector. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Mercury and Jupiter join forces to make your emotions chart calm and resilient. The Sun (2011)He is resilient, calm and defiant. The Sun (2014)The Taliban is still a resilient and capable opponent in the battle space. The Sun (2012)It has shown us a country that is capable, resilient and wonderfully able to get things done. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is not necessarily that the resilient person does not experience stress, but rather how they deal with it. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I think humans are embarrassingly resilient. Times, Sunday Times (2008)At work, you are calmer, more resilient and able to solve problems that baffle other people. The Sun (2009)But I'm a resilient kind of person. Mothers who Leave (1994)
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British English: resilient ADJECTIVE
Something that is resilient is strong and not easily damaged by being hit, stretched, or squeezed.
...an armchair of some resilient plastic material.
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