In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1perseverarI persevered, and it finally worked — seguí insistiendo y al final funcionó
- she persevered in her attempts/with her piano lessons — perseveró en su intento/con las clases de piano
- I just don't think I would be as persevering, I don't think I would be as patient.
- The ensuing years have been full of difficulties both large and small, but she has persevered.
- It's cost them their marriage, but Jennifer perseveres.
- Take it as an indication that you're on the right path and persevere, that's what I'm believing.
- Like the sharecropper, she persevered in her work against all odds of success.
- Yet your mother persevered - she is still persevering.
- Those who hope to last as long as he has in his role as managing director of a successful Irish company must persevere, he said.
- Every team suffers a key loss - the teams that persevere in spite of injuries play in January.
- He is steady, persevering, deliberate, unflappable and safe.
- But there is no alternative to persevering and going forward.
- Maybe he thinks persevering or even muddling through is the right thing in this situation.
- The missionaries persevered and were defended by brave settlers and skilled French soldiers.
- Even though she had yet to be successful in almost all her attempts over the course of time, she persevered.
- Love endures all things, persevering and remaining loyal to the end.
- We persevered through all the difficulties but got there in the end.
- Still, we persevered and in spite of the traffic it was soon actually rather pleasant.
- He has survived by persevering despite the odds.
- A dramatic panorama is our reward for persevering in the tropical heat.
- He was shivering, and began to have difficulty breathing, but he persevered.
- The saddest part is that despite all of the hassles and law suits, they continue to persevere.
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