English translation of अड़ियल
अड़ियलPowered by COBUILD /adhiyala/
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/adhiyala, adhiyal, dhiyala, dhiyal, adhiyla, adhiyl, dhiyla, dhiyl/
1. die (in phrases)
If you say that old habits or attitudes die hard, you mean that they take a very long time to change, and may never disappear completely.
2. implacable adjective
If you describe someone as implacable, you mean that their attitude or feelings about something are firm and will not be changed by other people's opinions.
⇒ He now had three implacable enemies against him.
3. intractable adjective
Intractable people are very difficult to influence or control. [formal]
⇒ He protested, but Jon was intractable.
4. intransigent adjective
If you describe someone as intransigent, you mean that they refuse to change their behaviour or opinions; used showing disapproval. [formal]
⇒ They put pressure on the Government to change its intransigent position.
5. tenacious adjective
A tenacious person is very determined and does not give up easily.
⇒ ...a tenacious and persistent interviewer.
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Translation of अड़ियल from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary