Translation for 'tireless' from English to Greek
SYNO hardworking | indefatigable | industrious | ...
tireless {adj}ακούραστος
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Translation for 'tireless' from English to Greek

tireless {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • In 1990 he received the Presidential Medal for his tireless efforts at resolving conflicts and promoting tolerance. He died the same year.
  • In 2013, Pradel was awarded an honorary degree from North Central College for his tireless devotion to Naperville and the college.
  • The Social Service Window pays homage to woman and her tireless effort to relieve distress and suffering wherever she has found it.
  • He played at the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship, and was compared to Claude Makélélé for his tireless midfield performances.
  • In 2008, President Horst Köhler awarded him and his wife the Federal Cross of Merit for their tireless charity work both at home and abroad.

  • Eymard was a tireless proponent of frequent Holy Communion, an idea given more authoritative backing by Pope Pius X in 1905.
  • In the area of Posušje, was also born friar , a tireless architect, writer and scientist. This clergyman wrote 27 works.
  • Considered a "tireless" church worker by others, Wyneken confessed, rather, that he "suffered horribly from melancholy".
  • Robbins, who played left-handed, was affectionately referred to as the robot of the South African team for his tireless play and ball retrieval abilities.
  • Daniel Guérin described Dommanget as "renowned for his tireless erudition".

  • In 1949, on her 76th birthday, Rutnam was celebrated widely for her tireless work in social welfare.
  • Access Now organisation gave her the 2018 'Human Rights Hero' award for tireless efforts to highlight the issues related to Aadhaar.
  • Chaudhry Iftikhar Gondal's Imran Khan's tireless soldier !!!
  • Emma's diamond body is virtually tireless, as she does not produce fatigue poisons and has no need for water or food.
  • Chanchanit Martorell has been the recipient of numerous awards that recognized her as a tireless defender of social justice and human rights.

  • Borscht Corporation for their tireless championing of independent filmmaking.
  • A tireless traveler, Olivares began to travel the world in 1987 while studying Information Science at the Complutense University of Madrid.
  • In order for his tireless memorial work to be continued even after death, he founded the “Alexander Lebenstein Fund for Tolerance and Human Rights".
  • After three years of selfless labour and tireless study, he became an engineer.
  • Even today, the grandparents remember the houses that have these tireless labourers, in addition, working for free.

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