Translation of purposeful in Spanish:

purposeful

Pronunciation: /ˈpɜːrpəsfəl; ˈpɜːpəsfəl/

adj

  • [person/stride] resuelto, decidido; [expression] de determinación; [life] con sentido, con un norte
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    • Lani strode from the hall, purposeful steps and determined expression a warning to all the servants in the palace.
    • Up close, she could tell that the two of them could not be much older than her or Alisha, and they both wore a determined and purposeful look.
    • He takes the stage with a stride that's purposeful, elegant, even serene, befitting a Californian who seriously loves surfing, martial arts and fast cars.
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    • Crisp, purposeful but most importantly useful - almost a personal assistant, perhaps even a personal digital assistant.
    • ‘An important aspect of the prison regime is that of rehabilitation and encouraging prisoners in a positive and purposeful activity,’ a spokesman said.
    • This is determined by the central place the means and methods occupy in the structure of people's meaningful and purposeful activity.

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