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 Translation for 'obstinately' from English to Russian
SYNO cussedly | mulishly | obdurately | ...
упрямо {adv}obstinately
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Translation for 'obstinately' from English to Russian

obstinately
упрямо {adv}
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Usage Examples English
  • Hoping for assistance from the Franks, the Lucchesi obstinately resisted the attack of Narses, surrendering only after a siege of seven months (553).
  • Because Wolfgang thinks that men generally have societal ideals, while women generally do not, Wolfgang argues that 'real' women 'intrude obstinately and necessarily' on an imagined ideal of women that men have of them.
  • His English and Italian were both equally brusque (John Ward-Perkins recalled a 'flow of impeccably idiomatic Italian spoken in an accent which to his dying day remained obstinately British'), and the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography calls him "shy with strangers, blunt with acquaintances, and devoted to his friends".
  • In the Upper House, however, the magnates united with the government to form a conservative party obstinately opposed to any project of reform, which frustrated all the efforts of the Liberals.
  • However, Emily obstinately receives a visit from Colonel Osborne, against all advice to the contrary.

  • While traveling in Europe with his friend Charles Sedley Burdett (second son of Francis Burdett), the two became obstinately determined to ride a fishing boat over the rapids of the Rhine at Laufenburg, despite the warnings of the local inhabitants, none of whom could be hired or persuaded to help them.
  • Genêt replied obstinately. President Washington and his Cabinet then demanded that France recall Genêt as its Ambassador.
  • Chapter 2 discusses what people the Romans had to combat, and that they obstinately defended their freedom.
  • Facing a constant turmoil of opposition from her own party and dealing with a husband and political enemies who are obstinately plotting to overthrow her government, she is forced to make some moves that will disrupt the whole political scenario.
  • In his encyclical "Ecclesia de Eucharistia", Pope John Paul II states: "those who 'obstinately persist in manifest grave sin' are not to be admitted to Eucharistic communion".

  • Specifically cited was Walter Brut and other sons of iniquity who obstinately held, affirmed and preached secretly and openly in various places in the diocese of Hereford certain articles and conclusions notoriously repugnant to sound doctrine, definitively condemned by Holy Church, some as heresies, others as errors.
  • On 8 May 2013 Reuben led other County representatives in Kakamega in a coordinated walkout to assert their right to the constitutionally mandated pay and other compensation which the National government wanted to reduce, obstinately to reduce cost but overtly to test the will of the counties to protect their turf.
  • Grieving over the loss of their son, the Mazels offer to take some responsibility for their newborn grandson, but Pascal obstinately rejects their offer.
  • But Pedro dal Vegas obstinately continues in his attempts to conquer Evelyne.
  • It is reported that Clegg obstinately supported Liverpool FC in his childhood because his father was a Manchester United shareholder.

  • that a "Lokalbahn" line was affectionately called the "Bockela" or "Bockl" because most of the trains on these lines "now and then bucked and kicked somewhat obstinately like a stroppy little billy goat" ("hie und da etwas eigenwillig bockte und stieß wie ein gereiztes Böcklein").
  • In his encyclical "Ecclesia de Eucharistia", Pope John Paul II states, "those who 'obstinately persist in manifest grave sin' are not to be admitted to Eucharistic communion".
  • Henty's has been contentious; some writers have accused Henty's novels of being aggressively and obstinately nationalist and reactionary in such books as "True to the Old Flag" (1885) which features a Loyalist protagonist fighting in the American War of Independence, and "In the Reign of Terror" (1888) and "No Surrender!
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