Translation of unfaltering in Spanish:

unfaltering

Pronunciation: /ʌnˈfɔːltərɪŋ/

adj

  • 1.1 [voice] firme; [steps] decidido, resuelto 1.2 [confidence/optimism] inquebrantable
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    • The witness looked straight into the eyes of the judge as he uttered the one word, in a steady, unfaltering tone.
    • It was through Emma's unfaltering belief in his writing talent that he decided to change tack and concentrate more on his own screenplays.
    • Will's voice was unfaltering as his plane soared to dizzy heights before tumbling dangerously towards the ground and pulling back into the air, leaving a smoking trail behind him.

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