Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: stubborn

Deutsch Englisch
(ausgesprochen / äußerst / sehr) eigensinnig stubborn
beharrlich (Widerstand etc.) stubborn
beratungsresistent [euphem.] (stur) stubborn
betonköpfig [ugs., pej.] (starrköpfig) stubborn
bockig (störrisch, widerspenstig) stubborn
borniert stubborn
dickköpfig stubborn
erbittert (verbissen) stubborn
halsstarrig stubborn
hartnäckig stubborn
hartnäckig (Husten, Widerstand etc.) stubborn
spröde stubborn
standhaft stubborn
starrköpfig stubborn
starrsinnig stubborn
strengflüssig stubborn
stur stubborn
sturköpfig stubborn
störrig [seltener] stubborn
störrisch stubborn
trotzig stubborn
unbeugsam stubborn
unfügsam stubborn
unnachgiebig (stur) stubborn
unwiderlegbar (Beweis, Tatsache etc.) stubborn
verbissen stubborn
verbohrt {adj.} [ugs., pej.] (starrköpfig) stubborn
vernagelt {adj.} [ugs., fig., pej.] (starrköpfig) stubborn
verstockt [pej.] stubborn
vertrotzt [selten] (stur, trotzig) stubborn
widerspenstig stubborn
zäh (beharrlich, standhaft, unnachgiebig) stubborn
(so) stur wie Bock (as) stubborn as a mule
(so) stur wie ein Esel (as) stubborn as a mule
(so) stur wie ein Ochse (as) stubborn as an ox
(so) störrisch wie ein Esel (as) stubborn as a mule
(so) störrisch wie ein Maultier (as) stubborn as a mule
alter Trotzkopf {m}Maskulinum (der) [ugs.] stubborn old so-and-so
beharrlicher Widerstand {m}Maskulinum (der) stubborn resistance
Betonkopf {m}Maskulinum (der) [ugs., pej.] (starrköpfige Person) stubborn person
Betonkopf {m}Maskulinum (der) [ugs., pej.] (starrköpfige Person) stubborn type
Betonkopf {m}Maskulinum (der) [ugs., pej.] (starrköpfiger Mann) stubborn man
Dickkopf {m}Maskulinum (der) [ugs., pej.] (Sturkopf) stubborn person
dickköpfige Person {f}Femininum (die) stubborn person
erbitterter Widerstand {m}Maskulinum (der) stubborn resistance
halsstarrige Person {f}Femininum (die) stubborn person
hartnäckige Flecken {pl}Plural (die) stubborn stains
hartnäckiger Fleck {m}Maskulinum (der) stubborn stain
hartnäckiger Husten {m}Maskulinum (der) stubborn cough
hartnäckiger Widerstand {m}Maskulinum (der) stubborn resistance
kleiner Trotzkopf {m}Maskulinum (der) [ugs.] stubborn little so-and-so
sprödes Material {n}Neutrum (das) stubborn material

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You can see", he said to the chief clerk, "that I'm not stubborn and I like to do my job; being a commercial traveller is arduous but without travelling I couldn't earn my living.
Nor can one express the love with which he would be received in all those provinces which have suffered so much from these foreign scourings, with what thirst for revenge, with what stubborn faith, with what devotion, with what tears.
Wrapping myself in my shaggy jacket of the cloth called bearskin, I fought my way against the stubborn storm.
And Ahab, he too was standing on his quarter-deck, shaggy and black, with a stubborn gloom; and as the two ships crossed each other’s wakes—one all jubilations for things passed, the other all forebodings as to things to come—their two captains in themselves impersonated the whole striking contrast of the scene.
That glad, happy air, that winsome sky, did at last stroke and caress him; the step-mother world, so long cruel—forbidding—now threw affectionate arms round his stubborn neck, and did seem to joyously sob over him, as if over one, that however wilful and erring, she could yet find it in her heart to save and to bless.
They tried to argue it away by reminding conscience that they had purloined sweetmeats and apples scores of times; but conscience was not to be appeased by such thin plausibilities; it seemed to them, in the end, that there was no getting around the stubborn fact that taking sweetmeats was only “hooking,” while taking bacon and hams and such valuables was plain simple stealing—and there was a command against that in the Bible.
The great foundation-beam of the door had been chipped and hacked through, with tedious labor; useless labor, too, it was, for the native rock formed a sill outside it, and upon that stubborn material the knife had wrought no effect; the only damage done was to the knife itself.
Still her stubborn temper bore her up, and although we saw how she winced, not a sound escaped her lips.
He knew his stubborn will and straightforward hasty temper.
“On the contrary, your Highness, in indecisive actions it is always the most stubborn who remain victors,” replied Raévski, “and in my opinion...” “Kaysárov!”

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Deutsch Englisch
(so) störrisch wie ein Maultier (as) stubborn as a mule
betonköpfig [ugs., pej.] (starrköpfig) stubborn
eigensinnigste most stubborn
hartnäckiger Fleck {m}Maskulinum (der) stubborn stain
starrköpfig stubborn
sturer Bock {m}Maskulinum (der) [ugs., pej.] (sehr eigensinnige, unnachgiebige Person) stubborn mule [fig.]
störrisch stubborn
Trotzkopf {m}Maskulinum (der) [ugs.] stubborn person
verbissen stubborn
vertrotzt [selten] (stur, trotzig) stubborn