Definición de stalwart en inglés:

stalwart

Saltos de línea: stal|wart
Pronunciación: /ˈstɔːlwət
 
, ˈstal-/

adjetivo

sustantivo

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  • A loyal, reliable, and hard-working supporter of or participant in an organization or team: the stalwarts of the Labour Party
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • They will have to challenge without the support of either Jose Maria Jimenez or Denis Menchov, two of the stalwarts of the team.
    • Will Viva be able to continue their good work even without the support of these stalwarts?
    • It has been a sad summer at Sedgley Park as the club have said farewell to a number of loyal stalwarts.

Derivativos

stalwartly

adverbio
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  • By now, those New Year's resolutions you so stalwartly made may be fading like bad rouge.
  • Next day, as the typhoon approached Tokyo, though, they had hours of TV coverage, with on-the-spot reporters reporting stalwartly from beside the monstrously threatening ocean, raincoats over their Giorgio Armanis.
  • Whereas he stalwartly argues the band have the right to be called whatever they want, I offer an alternative.

stalwartness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Mars in Leo and Venus in Virgo have very definite ideas and opinions, which added to your own Tauran stalwartness could conceivably tip this week's flexibility levels towards uncomfortable.
  • I would also like to thank Ramesh for his stalwartness and persistence in replying to Sullivan.
  • It's all there: Judas's betrayal, the disciples' cowardice, the stalwartness of the women, the scorn of the people, the indictment at the Sanhedrin, the spinelessness of Pilate, and the brutality of the Romans.

Origen

late Middle English: Scots variant of obsolete stalworth, from Old English stǣl 'place' + weorth 'worth'.

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