Persevere - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌpɜːrsəˈvɪr|  American pronunciation of the word persevere
Brit.  |pɜːsɪˈvɪə|  British pronunciation of the word persevere


- be persistent, refuse to stop (syn: hang on, hold on, persist)

Extra examples

She persevered in her studies and graduated near the top of her class.

Even though he was tired, he persevered and finished the race.

It's not easy to persevere with such dull work, but it has to be finished.

It can be tricky at first, but persevere.

He persevered with his task until he had succeeded in collecting an armful of firewood.

She had persevered in her claim for compensation.

He that shall persevere unto the end shall be saved.

Persevere and keep going until you reach your ideal weight.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: persevere
he/she/it: perseveres
present participle: persevering
past tense: persevered
past participle: persevered
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