English to Hindi Dictionary persistence


companies must have patience and persistence, but the rewards are there
firm or obstinate continuance in a course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition.
translation of 'persistence'
His 'persistence' was rewarded unexpectedly, and in a way that had a great influence on the fortunes of his party as a whole.
Seven minutes later, though, the 10 men were rewarded for a period of dogged 'persistence' .
Cardiff's 'persistence' was rewarded with a try
It took a lot of 'persistence' and perseverance and a lot of great people around me telling me that I could do it and I could get there.
He did this with good policies, hard work and 'persistence' and in spite of media bias in favour of his New Labour opponent.
companies must have patience and 'persistence', but the rewards are there
Early onset of puberty and obesity independently favor the 'persistence' of asthma.
However, parental smoking was not associated with 'persistence' of wheezing or asthma after the onset of puberty.
This strategy requires the same 'persistence' and energy and idealism we have shown before.
I was giving up hope of it ever being sorted out, but Ian's patience and 'persistence' has paid off.
With patience and 'persistence' , it will turn out to be both the right and the smart thing to do.
What is more, the validity of the continued confinement depends upon the 'persistence' of such a disorder.
Unlocking the potential of China's market demands more than 'persistence' and determination.
Chronicity refers to the relative 'persistence' of symptoms and signs of asthma.
What might be the factors determining the tenacious 'persistence' of virus transmission?
the 'persistence' of huge environmental problems
There are a few strategies that can lead to success, but 'persistence' and patience are key.
the 'persistence' of huge environmental problems
Patients show 'persistence' of symptoms after initial surgery.
Might there be a universal selective benefit that could explain the evolutionary 'persistence' of introns?
To be a poet takes courage, intelligence, commitment, 'persistence' , and miracles.
We are delighted that the patience and 'persistence' shown by the project partners over the last seven years has finally paid off.
Her 'persistence' was rewarded, however, in 1970 when she won a by-election in West Bromwich.
The programmes need to be executed with patience, 'persistence' , and precision, targeting high risk groups.
Could the genetic benefits of crossing over explain the 'persistence' of active hotspots?
The excess of illness at follow up is explained by both higher incidence and greater 'persistence' of symptoms.
Unfortunately their environmental 'persistence' means that PCBs continue to enter the human food chain.
It has to be backed by clear beliefs and expressed in action with courage, 'persistence' and commitment.
His 'persistence' was finally rewarded after he moved into real estate, and then city trading.
Longitudinal studies from childhood to adult years have yielded risk factors for the 'persistence' of childhood asthma.
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