- 美[ˈædəmənt, -ˌmænt]
- adj.坚硬无比的; 牢不可破的; 坚定不移的; 坚决的
- 副词: adamantly;
She sounded adamant over the phone but I may still be able to talk her round.
The arguments went back and forth, each person sure of, and adamant his or her position.
He was adamant that he should go.
However, someone else is equally as adamant about the situation.
She was adamant in her decision and didn't take my advice.
The custodian was very adamant: eavesdroping such an important conference could not be permitted.
On this point I am adamant , ie my decision will not change.
Japanese farmers give adamant support for import restrictions.
He was adamant in his determination to punish the corrupt officials.
In one, feminists who spoke with other feminists became more adamant in their feminism.
Veronica was quite adamant that they should stay on.
A few hours after announcing his decision, Tardelli was [ i ] adamant on not spilling the beans.
I must be follow Robinson Crusoe's example and make myself a fearless and adamant person.
But the stationmaster was adamant: rules could not be broken.
In this Gibraltar of propriety , mediocrity gets intrenched and consolidated and founded in adamant.
He was adamant in his opposition to their proposal.
He was adamant in his refusal.
Most observers are adamant that there has been no change in the trend growth rate.
She became as rigid as adamant.
The apostle Paul was adamant in his stand against false teaching and wrong living.
Ted, Brownie's owner, was steadily harassed 3 by the furious, adamant 4 little dog.
布朗尼的主人特德被这只暴怒的 、 不依不饶的小狗骚扰个不停.
Eva was adamant that she would not come.
Pearce remained adamant, saying "I didn't touch him"
He was adamant that this setback does not mean he has reverted to type.
He was adamant that the allegations were untrue, so I took him on trust.
The Americans are adamant that they will not budge on this point.
Sue was adamant about that job in Australia.
The prime minister is adamant that he will not resign.
1. very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem
1. not capable of being swayed or diverted from a course; unsusceptible to persuasion;
"he is adamant in his refusal to change his mind"
"Cynthia was inexorable; she would have none of him"- W.Churchill
"an intransigent conservative opposed to every liberal tendancy"