obstinate - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "obstinate" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

obstinate / упрямый, упорный, строптивый
имя прилагательное
stubborn, obstinate, opinionated, headstrong, dogged, willful
persistent, stubborn, hard, refractory, rebellious, obstinate
имя прилагательное
stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or chosen course of action, despite attempts to persuade one to do so.
You can have really strong, obstinate opinions, so long as your facts are true, you're OK.
They retain their anger for a long time and are obstinate in their opinions.
As anticipated, the resumed negotiations failed to bring about a substantial breakthrough because both Pyongyang and Washington did not budge from their obstinate positions.
Then the temperamental keyboards decided to be obstinate , gave one little gasp and retired leaving their conductor Victor Philip with nothing to guide them with but enthusiasm.
In his prose he becomes a powerful presence, a personality with obstinate opinions and sardonic asides.
Indeed, ‘Anglo-Saxon’ continuity in dismissive irritation is as tenacious as French continuity in obstinate and distinctive ambition.
Thanks to the Prime Minister, s remarks, many people think that both farmers and the county council are being obstinate in refusing to reopen footpaths and bridle ways.
You can have really strong, obstinate opinions, so long as your facts are true, you're OK.
From what he knew, Miette was obstinate , so stubborn that it was odd to see her even shed a tear from physical pain, let alone emotional.
Then, when I stand up for myself (maybe not always in the best of situations), or when I act stubborn and obstinate , I fight with people.
Those inept, self-important idiots ran that place into the ground, creating unnecessary crises through decades of obstinate mismanagement.