Translation of persistence in Spanish:


perseverancia, n.

Pronunciation /pərˈsɪstəns/ /pəˈsɪst(ə)ns/

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  • 1

    perseverancia feminine
    tenacidad feminine
    • He did this with good policies, hard work and persistence and in spite of media bias in favour of his New Labour opponent.
    • What might be the factors determining the tenacious persistence of virus transmission?
    • Her persistence was rewarded, however, in 1970 when she won a by-election in West Bromwich.
    • There are a few strategies that can lead to success, but persistence and patience are key.
    • We are delighted that the patience and persistence shown by the project partners over the last seven years has finally paid off.
    • With patience and persistence, it will turn out to be both the right and the smart thing to do.
    • Seven minutes later, though, the 10 men were rewarded for a period of dogged persistence.
    • Their persistence was rewarded with the award of a kickable penalty ten minutes into the game.
    • His persistence was rewarded unexpectedly, and in a way that had a great influence on the fortunes of his party as a whole.
    • His persistence was finally rewarded after he moved into real estate, and then city trading.
    • I was giving up hope of it ever being sorted out, but Ian's patience and persistence has paid off.
    • The programmes need to be executed with patience, persistence, and precision, targeting high risk groups.
    • With a little patience and persistence, they may even write a history of their own.
    • It took months of patience and persistence to make even a little headway with this busy boy.
    • It took a lot of persistence and perseverance and a lot of great people around me telling me that I could do it and I could get there.
    • Unlocking the potential of China's market demands more than persistence and determination.
    • This strategy requires the same persistence and energy and idealism we have shown before.
    • To be a poet takes courage, intelligence, commitment, persistence, and miracles.
    • It's all just going to take diligence and persistence and we've got plenty of that.
    • It has to be backed by clear beliefs and expressed in action with courage, persistence and commitment.
  • 2

    (continued existence)
    persistencia feminine
    • Unfortunately their environmental persistence means that PCBs continue to enter the human food chain.
    • What is more, the validity of the continued confinement depends upon the persistence of such a disorder.
    • Might there be a universal selective benefit that could explain the evolutionary persistence of introns?
    • Patients show persistence of symptoms after initial surgery.
    • The excess of illness at follow up is explained by both higher incidence and greater persistence of symptoms.
    • Could the genetic benefits of crossing over explain the persistence of active hotspots?
    • Chronicity refers to the relative persistence of symptoms and signs of asthma.
    • Early onset of puberty and obesity independently favor the persistence of asthma.
    • Longitudinal studies from childhood to adult years have yielded risk factors for the persistence of childhood asthma.
    • However, parental smoking was not associated with persistence of wheezing or asthma after the onset of puberty.