Translation of strong-willed in Spanish:

strong-willed

Pronunciation: /ˌstrɔːŋˈwɪld; ˌstrɒŋˈwɪld/

adj

  • 1.1 (determined, self-assured) tenaz 1.2 (obstinate) terco, tozudo
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    • Even back then, the relationship between the two strong-willed men was clearly disintegrating.
    • Rayford Steele, a strong-willed pilot in his 40s, is the head of the group.
    • His strong-willed mother, a Russian Jewish immigrant, expected great things of her firstborn.

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