sutil, matigas ang ulo, magmatigas ng ulo, suwail, mahirap sugpuin, masuwayin, mahirap pagalingin, hindi masunurin, mahirap mapagaling, magsutil
matigas ang ulo
- matigas ang uloobstinately
Verb(1) persist stubbornly
Adjective(1) tenaciously unwilling or marked by tenacious unwillingness to yield(2) stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing(3) resistant to guidance or discipline
(1) Then the temperamental keyboards decided to be obstinate , gave one little gasp and retired leaving their conductor Victor Philip with nothing to guide them with but enthusiasm.(2) Despite his obstinate attitude, he beckoned for Eva and Sofia to accompany him.(3) He was self-willed, obstinate , aggressive, vindictive, beset by feelings of inferiority, and yet firmly convinced of his own abilities.(4) While once children were called stupid, lazy, naughty or obstinate , now we have many syndromes and disorders - all still imperfectly understood - that medicalise their behaviour.(5) Parents should back off when their teen is moody - teenagers very often don't even know the reason for their mood change and it can go from sad to happy, from obstinate to cooperative within a short time.(6) She continued to rip off the obstinate gnashing steel contraption to no avail.(7) Those inept, self-important idiots ran that place into the ground, creating unnecessary crises through decades of obstinate mismanagement.(8) Why be obstinate and persist in planting rice if eventually we don't make any money?(9) Then, when I stand up for myself (maybe not always in the best of situations), or when I act stubborn and obstinate , I fight with people.(10) Indeed, ├ö├ç├┐Anglo-Saxon├ö├ç├û continuity in dismissive irritation is as tenacious as French continuity in obstinate and distinctive ambition.(11) This would go a long way to reduce some of our citizens' obstinate dependence on the weekly collection of waste.(12) Taureans, signified by the bull, were often described as obstinate and inflexible, while Pisceans could be risk-takers and daredevils.(13) Being the obstinate set of girls they were, the debate would carry on until one of them had decided it best to just kill the subject.(14) They retain their anger for a long time and are obstinate in their opinions.(15) He was familiar with her obstinate behaviour, and knew that any attempt to dissuade her from doing what she wanted would only invoke her anger.(16) The other America, whether montagnard or prairie, is solidly continental and landlocked, its tap roots of obstinate self-belief buried deep beneath the bluegrass and the high corn.
(1) obstinate person :: sutil na tao
1. stubborn ::
matigas ang ulo
2. cussed ::
3. contrary ::
1. agreeable ::
2. amenable ::
3. compliant ::
4. flexible ::
5. pliable ::
6. pliant ::
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