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Traditional
Pīnyīn
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HSK
to persevere with / to persist in / to insist on
HSK 4
staunch / strong
HSK 5
firm / resolute / determined
HSK 5
firm / steady / staunch / resolute
HSK 6
hard / solid
HSK 6
firm and substantial / solid
HSK 6
firm / firmly / hard / stable
HSK 6
tough and durable / tenacious
HSK 6
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strong / solid / firm / unyielding / resolute
nut
firm and persistent / unswerving determination
firm and upright / strong (of currency)
to persevere unremittingly (idiom); to keep going until the end
unswerving / unflinching
to claim / to insist
to press on
to hold fast to / to stick to
persevering / tenacious
firm / unswerving / loyal to the end
to assault a fortified position / (fig.) to concentrate one's efforts on a particularly difficult part of one's mission
to believe firmly / without any doubt
unyielding integrity (idiom); unwavering
firm and indomitable (idiom); tenacious and unyielding
fortitude
core / nucleus / backbone
solid as a boulder (idiom); absolutely secure / rock-firm and unyielding
America
invulnerable, indestructible, impregnable
no stronghold one cannot overcome (idiom); to conquer every obstacle / nothing one can't do / to carry everything before one
Huang Tingjian (1045-1105), Song poet and calligrapher
United States of America
firmness / steadfastness
macadamia nut
ice / (fig.) frosty relationship
to tackle a thorny problem and overcome its challenges
love is more solid than gold (idiom)
Fu Jian (338-385), emperor of Former Qin 前秦, reigning from 357-385
to persist / to continue upholding / to persevere / to stick to sth / stubborn
to cache / to hide supplies (from the enemy)
staunch and unyielding (idiom); steadfast
first Sui emperor Yang Jian (541-604), reigned 581-604
faithful and unchanging (idiom); steadfast
first Sui emperor (541-604) Yang Jian (541-604), reigned 581-604
confirmation (Christian ceremony)
to become more resolute with the passing of time (idiom)
firmness
strong / firm
tenge (Kazakhstan currency) (loanword)
robust and fine textured
to consolidate and clarify
confirmation (Christian ceremony)
persisting despite trials and tribulations (idiom); conspicuous determination
confirmation (Christian ceremony)
poor but ambitious (idiom); hard-pressed but determined / the worse one's position, the harder one must fight back
to live in luxury / lit. to ride a solid carriage pulled by fat horses
to stick to sth without change (idiom); to persevere
Sun Jian (155-191), famous general at end of Han dynasty, forerunner of the southern kingdom of Wu of the Three Kingdoms
lit. looking up to it, it gets higher; boring into it, it gets harder (idiom) (from Analects) / fig. to delve deeply into one's studies / meticulous and diligent study
Pax Americana
to fortify defenses and raze the fields (idiom); to leave nothing for the invader / scorched earth policy


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