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hardliner

A person who pursues an uncompromising policy.
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Noun1.hardliner - a conservative who is uncompromising
conservative, conservativist - a person who is reluctant to accept changes and new ideas

hardliner

noun extremist, radical, fanatic, zealot Unionist hardliners warned the President he would not be welcome.
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hardliner

hard-liner [ˌhɑːrdˈlaɪnər] njusqu'au-boutiste mfhard liquor nalcools mpl forts
I never touch hard liquor → Je ne touche jamais aux alcools forts.hard luck
n
(= bad luck) → malchance f
We had a bit of hard luck this season → On a un peu joué de malchance cette saison.
to be hard luck on sb
It was hard luck on him → Ce n'était vraiment pas de chance pour lui., Ce n'était vraiment pas de bol pour lui.
exclpas de chance, pas de bol hard-luck story hard luck story nrécit m des déboires

hardliner

[ˌhɑːdˈlaɪnəʳ] nsostenitore/trice or fautore/trice della linea dura
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