- 1.1 (serious) [expression/look] serio he's terribly earnest se lo toma todo muy en serioMore example sentences1.2 (sincere) [formal] [effort/attempt] serio, concienzudo; [wish] ferviente
- The truth was more that the agenda didn't fit with her sincere and earnest style, so why should she change in order to fit it?
- Instead, earnest students of public policy are expected to read them onscreen as retrieved via the internet.
- It is only through such earnest conversation that we can hope to approach clarity.
- 2 2.1earnest (money) fianza (feminine) 2.2 (guarantee) [literary/literario] prenda (feminine) [literary/literario]More example sentences
- It is but a trifle that Sauron fancies, and an earnest of your good will.
- It was a touching tribute never since accorded to any other author, and an earnest of the esteem in which he was held.