English translation of 'esforçar-se'
esforçar-se para to try hard to, strive to
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'esforçar-se' in Other Languages
British English: struggle /ˈstrʌɡl/ VERB
If you struggle or struggleto do something difficult, you try hard to do it.
Those who have lost their jobs struggle to pay their supermarket bills.
- American English: struggle
- Arabic: يُكَافِحُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: esforçar-se
- Chinese: 挣扎
- Croatian: boriti se
- Czech: usilovat
- Danish: kæmpe
- Dutch: worstelen
- European Spanish: esforzarse
- Finnish: kamppailla
- French: lutter
- German: abmühen (sich)
- Greek: αγωνίζομαι
- Italian: lottare
- Japanese: 苦闘する
- Korean: 열심히 노력하다
- Norwegian: streve
- Polish: walczyć
- European Portuguese: esforçar-se
- Romanian: a face eforturi
- Russian: бороться
- Spanish: forcejear
- Swedish: kämpa
- Thai: พยายาม
- Turkish: mücadele etmek
- Ukrainian: боротися
- Vietnamese: cố gắng
British English: strive VERB
If you strive to do something or strive for something, you make a great effort to do it or get it.
He strives hard to keep himself very fit.
Translation of esforçar-se from the Collins Portuguese to English
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