adj[formal] (usually before noun/generalmente delante del nombre)
- 1.1 [thief/gambler/liar] empedernidoMore example sentences1.2 [loathing/distaste/hostility] inveterado
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- They are inveterate gamblers, drink as much beer as their wages will permit, are devoted to bawdy jokes, and use probably the foulest language in the world.
- The Clermont club was founded in 1962 by inveterate gambler Aspinall, in London's Berkeley Square.
- Being an inveterate gambler, the fourth son was only too glad to accept the offer.
- According to the media, people nationwide have developed an offbeat mentality characterized by inveterate hostility to the rich.
- Every administration, that is, until this one, which from its first days has made clear its inveterate hostility to arms control.
- The three have a lot in common with each other in their inveterate hatred of that ethnic group.
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In Spain, a privately owned school that receives no government funds is called a colegio privado. Parents pay monthly fees. Colegios privados cover all stages of primary and secondary education.