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Definition of 'persevere'

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Example sentences containing 'persevere'

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Fran says I will have a `breakthrough' soon & must persevere. Bénédicte Newland and Pascale Smets AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2005)`I'll persevere with anything that might rid me of this pestilence. Hilton, John Buxton THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL) (2005)But she felt compelled to persevere, knowing how lonely Eleanor must be. Penman, Sharon HERE BE DRAGONS (2005)That's what it means to glorify Him as you lie in that bed, sit in that wheelchair, or persevere through that depression. French, Vivian &Fisher, Chris (illustrator) THE STAPLE STREET GANG: MANDY AND THE PURPLE SPOTTED HANKY (2005)

Synonyms of 'persevere'

keep going, continue, go on, carry on

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

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Translations for 'persevere'

British English: persevere /ˌpɜːsɪˈvɪə/ VERB
If you persevere with something difficult, you continue doing it and do not give up.
Working out with someone else can be the key to persevering with a new exercise routine.
  • American English: persevere
  • Arabic: يُثَابِرُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: perseverar
  • Chinese: 坚持
  • Croatian: ustrajati
  • Czech: vytrvat
  • Danish: holde ud
  • Dutch: volhouden
  • European Spanish: perseverar
  • Finnish: jatkaa sinnikkäästi
  • French: persévérer
  • German: durchhalten
  • Greek: εμμένω
  • Italian: perseverare
  • Japanese: 辛抱する
  • Korean: 버티어 해내다
  • Norwegian: holde ut
  • Polish: nie ustać
  • European Portuguese: perseverar
  • Romanian: a persevera
  • Russian: упорно продолжать
  • Spanish: perseverar
  • Swedish: hålla ut
  • Thai: ยืนหยัดถึงที่สุด
  • Turkish: azmetmek
  • Ukrainian: наполегливо домагатися
  • Vietnamese: kiên trì

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