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obdurate
American English: /ˈɑbd(j)ərət/
British English: /ˈɒbdjʊrət/

Translation of obdurate in Spanish:

adjective

  • [formal]
    (refusal/stand)
    obstinado
    (sinner)
    empedernido
    Example sentences
    • Its best to get in reasonably early as it can be fiendishly difficult to get into, and the doorstaff can be unyielding and obdurate, despite your silver-tongued attempts to gain access.
    • This was Australia at their obdurate best, probing for every run and every sign of weakness, inching towards respectability and a dangerously competitive total on a pitch of uneven bounce.
    • The Egyptian polity, remarkably obdurate for the past quarter of a century and deeply rooted in authoritarian structures established more than 50 years ago, is apparently coming apart at the seams.
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