English to Czech Meaning :: importunate

Importunate :
naléhavý
naléhavý - naléhavýnaléhavýimportunately
 
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Adjective(1) expressing persistant and earnest entreaty

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(1) Locals often advise visitors to show their empty palms to monkeys if they are in the preserve and want to avoid their importunate extortion of food.(2) He goes off to play a chieftain in a school production of South Pacific and returns to his office, in costume, to talk to an importunate but delightful female student with whom he chats, dances, flirts, and drums.(3) And I'll hope you'll forgive this importunate but timely plea.(4) As Oscar Wilde observed, the personal memoir, even if written for friends and family alone or to satisfy an importunate publisher, is always delightfully self-obsessed.(5) What Burke argued passionately against, by contrast, was the French Revolution and Jacobin thinking, which he saw as expressing an unhistorical, tyrannical spirit and an importunate desire for power.(6) And although the gulling of Benedick is wittily done - with an importunate boy messenger demanding a tip from the supposedly hidden protagonist - that of Beatrice lapses into farce as she is drenched by a garden hose.(7) So not only did the importunate young man squeeze a few extra minutes out of the eminent philosopher, he also caught, and recorded him, laughing at his guest's foolishness.(8) They compounded verbal injury by laying importunate hands on women of our group.(9) The strange gentleman is, we learn, one of Felice Charmond's more importunate lovers (and eventually her assassin).(10) It is a sweet and pretty countenance that can become contorted into a Munchian shriek, a child's importunate obstinacy, a beleaguered housewife's exasperation, a hectoring soldier's grimace, or anything else.(11) Tell me everything,ÔÇÖ she requested in an importunate manner.(12) The staff are solicitous rather than importunate .(13) The result was discoverable, he added, in that silent, yet importunate and terrible influence which for centuries had moulded the destinies of his family, and which made him what I now saw him-what he was.(14) He is ready and willing to yield to our importunate cries of faith.(15) Wading further through the crowd, we decline a chorus of importunate hands, each holding out postcards that detail the site's glories.(16) Plato also compares the desires to wild beasts for the more they are satisfied, the more importunate they grow, driving the man to ever more strenuous attempts to achieve an ever-diminishing satisfaction.
Synonyms
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1. unimportant ::
nedůležitý
2. potty ::
nočníček
3. weightless ::
bez tíže
4. weakly ::
slabý
5. unessential ::
nepodstatný
6. importunate ::
naléhavý
7. opinionated ::
umíněný
8. stubborn ::
tvrdohlavý
9. obtrusive ::
dotěrný
10. freaky ::
podivné
11. unyielding ::
neústupný
13. dogged ::
houževnatý
14. tenacious ::
houževnatý
15. insistent ::
naléhavý
16. obstinate ::
zatvrzelý
17. assertive ::
asertivní
18. pertinacious ::
tvrdošíjný
19. tough ::
houževnatý
Different Forms
importunate, importunately
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