Translation of obstinacy in Spanish:


obstinación, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɒbstɪnəsi//ˈɑbstənəsi/


  • 1

    obstinación feminine
    terquedad feminine
    • His persistence, even obstinacy, marked him out.
    • If Richards's film is a tribute to the tenacity of the treasure hunters, its very existence is proof of his dogged obstinacy.
    • He hoped his parents would not be difficult for he was not in the mood for their stubborn obstinacy.
    • Experimental films owe their sole existence to the perseverance and obstinacy of the filmmakers, sometimes at the risk of their lives.
    • The obduracy and obstinacy of human beings is what enables them to fight for their countries, repel invaders and maintain their solidarity.
  • 2

    (of illness) persistencia feminine
    (of efforts, resistance) tenacidad feminine
    (of efforts, resistance) determinación feminine