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NOUN   a tenacity | tenacities
SYNO doggedness | perseverance | persistence | ...
упорство {с}tenacity
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Translation for 'tenacity' from English to Russian

упорство {с}
Usage Examples English
  • GUPS can refer to: People with undying curiosity and tenacity to ask constant questions.
  • The more the surface is scratched, the less the resulting tenacity.
  • "Sisu" is a Finnish concept of stoic determination and tenacity.
  • Both types are extremely agile and possess tremendous speed and tenacity when running or attacking.
  • Released five times before breaking into the Giants' lineup, Ferrara won recognition during his time in New York for his tenacity and effort.
  • Marilyn Bridges’ aerial photographs . . . testify to an irresistible combination of artistry, technical competence and gung-ho tenacity.
  • Her tenacity forced then President Bush to create a cabinet position to address the long standing issue.
  • He obtained a Spanish passport after playing a few years in Spain. Chevantón has been described as a player who possesses explosiveness, pace and tenacity.
  • A man of great faith, conviction and tenacity, De Wet evidently never doubted that they would ultimately prevail against the English aggressors.
  • They praised her tenacity, spirit, and warmth. Joseph Cotten considered her a great friend and a great actress.
  • The award honors emerging producers who, despite highly limited resources, demonstrate the creativity, tenacity and vision required to produce quality, independent films.
  • Historians of the 19th century interpreted her harsh and dominant facial features as representing her tenacity and ability to lead.
  • He had great tenacity in implementing his plans for the province, and was constantly on the move inspecting the works.
  • One source described Dawson as a player who played with evident enjoyment, tenacity and constructiveness.
  • It is testimony to his vision and tenacity that he achieved exactly what he set out to achieve.
  • In mineralogy, tenacity is a mineral's behavior when deformed or broken.
  • Albert Hodgkinson (1895–1975) was an English recipient of the Distinguished Conduct Medal for conspicuous gallantry and tenacity during the First World War.
  • The dog's tenacity and good nature were frequently cited as an inspiration by people who encountered him.
  • The Mix-tenacity Tm (G) of a graph G is defined as [...] where [...] denotes the order (the number of vertices) of the largest component of [...] and [...] s the number of components of [...].
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