die hard

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To be slow in changing or disappearing
{i} trilogy of U.S. action films starring Bruce Willis
{f} cease slowly after a struggle (e.g., "I have a hard time to quit smoking. You know, old habits die hard"); persist, continue to exist (e.g., "the legend of Elvis die hard")
continue to exist; "These stories die hard"; "The legend of Elvis endures"
{i} one strongly opposed to change, one who resists to the very end
diehard
fanatically opposing progress or reform
diehard
unreasonably or stubbornly resisting change
diehard
a person with such an attitude
diehard
complete; having no opposite opinion of anything in a particular topic of one's values; thorough of in one's beliefs

For a Roman Catholic teacher, he sure is a diehard fundamentalist.

die-hard
tradition-bound and obstinately opinionated; "an inflexible (or die-hard) conservative"; "rock-ribbed republican"
die-hard(a)
tradition-bound and obstinately opinionated; "an inflexible (or die-hard) conservative"; "rock-ribbed republican
diehard
A diehard is someone who is very strongly opposed to change and new ideas, or who is a very strong supporter of a person or idea. someone who opposes change and refuses to accept new ideas
diehard
{i} one who is stubborn or headstrong; one who is conservative
diehard
one who adheres to traditional views
die hard

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    /ˈdī ˈhärd/ /ˈdaɪ ˈhɑːrd/

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    [ 'dI ] (intransitive verb.) 12th century. Middle English dien, from or akin to Old Norse deyja to die; akin to Old High German touwen to die.

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