"stubborn" French translation
Orchestrated to remove an obstacle... that stubborn old fool, Sert... and put Manuel Pla in charge.
However, we are constantly faced with a government that is dense, stubborn, insensitive and blissfully ignorant, one that rejects any possibility of co-operation.
That stubborn farmer from western Canada does not give up so easy.
Maybe I am being stubborn but this is what I sincerely believe.
No, that will not happen, because the government is stubborn.
You are as stubborn on this issue as a deep-sea fisherman.
It is this government that is stubborn and that refuses to provide that substantive kind of tax relief.
The war between Chechnya and Russia is a long, stubborn and apparently irresolvable conflict which has gone on for many years.
Yet Europe is still displaying the same stubborn desire to ignore the reality, which is that today, one State is making great use of its colossal power to impose its hegemony.
Stubborn silence heralds victory for the enemy.
Yes, he had a stubborn streak but, more to the point, he demonstrated an intellectual rigour matched by few others.
Mr President, Commissioner, ladies and gentlemen, Mr Tindemans did not have to show us that he was a visionary, he did not have to show us that he was stubborn.
In our opinion, the Council must exert constant pressure on this stubborn Government to comply with what the international community has been demanding for the last 12 years.
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Usage examples for "stubborn" in French
Well, the donkey has various traits - one of which we know is stubbornness.
The government is going ahead anyway because the minister is so stubborn.
Washington stubbornly refuses to allow poor countries free access to generic medicines.
It has created 30,000 jobs in regions where unemployment remains stubbornly high.
Let us work steadfastly and stubbornly together and then we will see results.
It is one of stubborn adherence to the highest political principles.
- Stubbornly high rates of mother and child morbidity and mortality;
Only the legal advisers to multinationals could demonstrate such stubbornness.
My Uncle Dave, being a rather stubborn fellow, decided not to jump.
That is one of the reasons Canada's unemployment rate continues to be stubbornly high.
We can no longer approach Security Council reform with stubbornness and inflexibility.
Is this not taking the politics of stubbornness to its newest low?
This is a very sad case, but we have to be stubbornly optimistic.
Abkhazs are stubbornly refusing to allow its opening and operation.
It is a much more reliable guarantee than stubborn persistence with our own protective system.
Everyone knows how stubbornly determined Chancellor Kohl, the statesman, is to prepare the future.
Yet the stubborn line taken by the government keeps destroying these efforts.
We still have many of the old challenges to face, but there are newer and more stubborn challenges.
I believe that is why the government is acting in the stubborn manner in which it is behaving today.
First, as I stressed earlier, maternal mortality remains stubbornly high.
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