English translation of 'inflexível'
Word forms: plural inflexíveis
1. stiff, rigid
2. (figurative) unyielding
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'inflexível' in Other Languages
British English: inflexible /ɪnˈflɛksəbl/ ADJECTIVE
Something or someone that is inflexible cannot or will not change or be altered, even if the situation changes.
Workers insisted the new system was too inflexible.
- American English: inflexible
- Arabic: غَيْرُ مَرِنٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: inflexível
- Chinese: 不灵活的
- Croatian: nefleksibilan
- Czech: nepružný
- Danish: ubøjelig
- Dutch: onbuigzaam
- European Spanish: inflexible
- Finnish: joustamaton
- French: inflexible
- German: inflexibel
- Greek: άκαμπτος
- Italian: inflessibile
- Japanese: 頑固な
- Korean: 구부러지지 않는
- Norwegian: ufleksibel
- Polish: nieelastyczny
- European Portuguese: inflexível
- Romanian: inflexibil
- Russian: жесткий
- Spanish: inflexible
- Swedish: orubblig
- Thai: ไม่ยืดหยุ่น
- Turkish: esnek olmayan
- Ukrainian: негнучкий
- Vietnamese: không mềm dẻo
British English: adamant ADJECTIVE
If someone is adamant about something, they are determined not to change their mind about it.
The prime minister is adamant that he will not resign.
British English: steely ADJECTIVE
Steely is used to emphasize that a person is hard, strong, and determined.
The players had a steely determination.
Translation of inflexível from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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