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Example Sentences Including 'testarudo'

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) Pero el testarudo inglés insistió, muy bien entonces, por qué no hay jabón en ningun bano?
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Mi hijo era testarudo y orgulloso, y por iniciativa propia no habría abandonado nunca antes del final ", declaró.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Pero el más testarudo de los periodistas españoles sigue publicando la verdad ".
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Su genio literario y el infortunio testarudo de las comunidades iberoamericanas lo resucitan cada día.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Y, como buen mexicano de rancho, testarudo y ahorrativo, ha metido en el negocio a sus siete hijos, quienes, vestidos de tejanos de la cabeza a los pies, están al pie del cañón.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
s-es un alivio nacido contra el infortunio testarudo , contra la desgracia que crece hostil y tropical en las zonas más selváticas de la vida.
Félix Grande Agenda flamenca

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Used Occasionally. testarudo is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'testarudo' in Other Languages

British English: stubborn /ˈstʌbn/ ADJECTIVE
A stubborn person is determined to do what they want and refuses to change their mind.
...his stubborn resistance to anything new.
  • American English: stubborn
  • Arabic: عَنِيد
  • Brazilian Portuguese: teimoso
  • Chinese: 顽固的
  • Croatian: tvrdoglav
  • Czech: tvrdohlavý
  • Danish: stædig
  • Dutch: koppig
  • European Spanish: testarudo
  • Finnish: itsepäinen
  • French: têtu
  • German: stur
  • Greek: πεισματάρης
  • Italian: ostinato
  • Japanese: 頑固な
  • Korean: 고집 센
  • Norwegian: sta
  • Polish: uparty
  • European Portuguese: teimoso
  • Romanian: încăpățânat
  • Russian: упрямый
  • Latin American Spanish: testarudo
  • Swedish: envis
  • Thai: ดื้อ
  • Turkish: inatçı
  • Ukrainian: впертий
  • Vietnamese: bướng bỉnh
British English: headstrong ADJECTIVE
If you refer to someone as headstrong, you are slightly critical of the fact that they are determined to do what they want.
He's young, very headstrong, but he's a good man underneath.


Translation of testarudo from the Collins Spanish to English
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