Synonyms for persistence
pərˈsɪs təns, -ˈzɪs-per·sis·tence
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English Synonyms and Antonyms
Industry is the quality, action, or habit of earnest, steady, and continued attention or devotion to any useful or productive work or task, manual or mental. Assiduity (Latin ad, to, and sedeo, sit), as the etymology suggests, sits down to a task until it is done. Diligence (Latin diligo, love, choose) invests more effort and exertion, with love of the work or deep interest in its accomplishment; application (Latin ad, to, and plico, fold) bends to its work and concentrates all one's powers upon it with utmost intensity; hence, application can hardly be as unremitting as assiduity. Constancy is a steady devotion of heart and principle. Patience works on in spite of annoyances; perseverance overcomes hindrances and difficulties; persistence strives relentlessly against opposition; persistence has very frequently an unfavorable meaning, implying that one persists in spite of considerations that should induce him to desist. Industry is diligence applied to some avocation, business, or profession. Labor and pains refer to the exertions of the worker and the tax upon him, while assiduity, perseverance, etc., refer to his continuance in the work.
the property of a continuous and connected period of time
doggedness, perseverance, persistence, persistency, tenacity, tenaciousness, pertinacitynoun
perseverance, persistence, perseverationnoun
the act of persisting or persevering; continuing or repeating behavior
"his perseveration continued to the point where it was no longer appropriate"
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That's all the beauty of it: having the persistence and determination to work through things -- very, very tough things -- and we've been able to do that.
If Bertram Malle then wish for something that Bertram Malle can control, Bertram Malle might strengthen Bertram Malle goal and initiate planning and persistence ; if Bertram Malle wish for something Bertram Malle can not control, Bertram Malle might at least have the momentary glow of an imagined world.
Energy and persistence conquer all things.
Persistence of a problem usually indicates a chronic problem and these have been shown in other research to have higher persistence into adolescence.
I have learnt from my journey to the top that you should advance bravely no matter what harsh conditions you face, never give up on your ambition, this is the power of persistence, the reward of me never giving up.
Translations for persistence
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- vytrvalost, perzistenceCzech
- Ausdauer, BeharrlichkeitGerman
- perseverancia, persistenciaSpanish
- perseveranza, persistereItalian
- настойчивость, упорствоRussian
- упо́рно̄ст, upórnōstSerbo-Croatian
- süreklilik, devamlılıkTurkish
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