Translation of hard-bitten in Spanish:


endurecido, adj.

Pronunciation /hɑrdˈbɪtn//hɑːdˈbɪt(ə)n/


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    • I am a hardbitten conservative… but this story actually brought tears to my eyes (a rare thing under any circumstances).
    • I like to think of myself as a hardbitten cynic, but I'm in tears here.
    • Along with William Gibson and Bruce Sterling in the 80s she was a leading figure in the new generation of Cyberpunk writers who brought a hardbitten tone to traditional sci-fi.
    • The audience of hardbitten hacks and New Labour apparatchiks dissolved in laughter.
    • I thought Meighan had a strong, modern and hardbitten presence, I want to see him in more things along this line.
    • He's got all the tools he needs for the job too, a desk, an office, a hardbitten narration track and even some mournful harmonica music.
    • I'm hardbitten these days when it comes to seasonal jollity but a few of my seasonal buttons were depressed I can tell ya.
    • The hardbitten industrial area from Notre-Dame to the canal between de la Montagne and McGill got its name, Griffintown, from the Irish immigrants who once settled there.
    • Victory did not merely prove elusive: even the most hardbitten commanders were forced to admit in the end that it was an impossibility.
    • And only a few hardbitten Jewish settlers seem to remember that in early 1997, Netanyahu was the first - and so far only - Likud prime minister to yield West Bank land to Arafat, including 80 per cent of the holy city of Hebron.
    • Moreover, whether he's playing a Triad thug, a tough-as-nails cop or even a hardbitten firefighter, there's always a very convincing, down-to-earth character coming through.
    • Will James outbid hardbitten collectors in his quest for a Triang train at auction?
    • Like most stories about the City News, even this one about the scoop that got away has, in its own hardbitten way, a happy ending.