英 ['stedfɑːst; -fəst]
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- steadfast (adj.)
- Old English stedefæst "secure in position, steady, firm in its place," from stede (see stead) + fæst (see fast (adj.)); similar formation in Middle Low German stedevast, Old Norse staðfastr "steadfast, firm; faithful, staunch, firm in one's mind." Of persons, in English, "unshakable, stubborn, resolute" from c. 1200. Related: Steadfastly, steadfastness.
- 1. They were impressed by his steadfast good cheer.
- 2. He remained steadfast in his determination to bring the killers to justice.
- 3. Her steadfast belief never left her for one moment.
- 4. He remained steadfast in his belief that he had done the right thing.
- 5. For Lonnie above him, the light was a steadfast friend.
- 对于他上面的隆尼, 这盏灯是一个忠实不渝的朋友.
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