intilmoq, harakat qilmoq, da'vo qilmoq
Verb(1) attempt by employing effort(2) to exert much effort or energy
(1) I couldn't believe I was off the boat - the thing sailors strive against at all times.(2) God said to Moses, do not strive against me, or you will die; by faith only can this tribe be saved.(3) Remember that your greatest ethical responsibility is to constantly strive for excellence in everything you do.(4) Women also strive mightily to repair these things in their flawed sons.(5) scholars must strive against bias(6) You strive for perfection and worry when things don't turn out just so.(7) The blood bank must continuously strive to maintain supply as 1.2 million people across the country have never given blood.(8) You can always hit a purer shot, do better, strive for perfection.(9) Rats and monkeys made dependent on cocaine will always strive hard to get more.(10) And with these all as a background, one should earnestly strive to keep the unity of the Spirit.(11) "We continually strive to improve, to satisfy our guests, " he said.(12) Nevertheless, for major issues the Whips still strive to ensure a good attendance.(13) we must strive to secure steady growth(14) Well, the locals call them strivers now, but the Dutch had another word for them.(15) I also believe the public intellectual has a position in the community that has to be fought for, striven for.(16) We are not doing a solo act striving for peace and justice.
(1) strive for :: jihod
2. struggle ::
3. endeavor ::
4. strain ::
Different Formsstrive, strives, striving
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