Translation of relentless in Spanish:

relentless

Pronunciation: /rɪˈlentləs; rɪˈlentlɪs/

adj

  • [enemy/pursuer] implacable; [pursuit] incesante, sin tregua; [criticism] despiadado
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    • More in the crowd ask for food and water as the sun continues to cover the area with relentless heat.
    • Success follows relentless pursuit of something you absolutely believe in.
    • So he searched, and sought shelter from this relentless heat, bearing in mind the past.
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    • Instead he plays figurehead to perfection, based on a huge, relentless and ruthless spin team.
    • But he's ruthless and relentless, and you always think that there might be a point in a Hollywood movie that he will draw back.
    • He was relentless, some said ruthless, and it made him one of the toughest prosecutors in the state.

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