English translation of 'intransigente'
2. (figurative: rígido) strict
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'intransigente' in Other Languages
British English: hardliner NOUN
The hardliners in a group such as a political party are the people who support a strict, fixed set of ideas that are often extreme.
Unionist hardliners warned the President he would not be welcome.
British English: intransigent ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as intransigent, you mean that they refuse to behave differently or to change their attitude to something.
They put pressure on the government to change its intransigent stance.
British English: uncompromising ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as uncompromising, you mean that they are determined not to change their opinions or aims in any way.
She was a tough and uncompromising woman.
Translation of intransigente from the Collins Portuguese to English
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