English version

diligent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdiligentdil‧i‧gent /ˈdɪlədʒənt/ adjective 🔊 🔊 WORK HARDsomeone who is diligent works hard and is careful and thorough 🔊 a diligent studentdiligently adverb 🔊 They worked diligently all morning.diligence noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
diligentAs a pastor he was diligent and although iconoclastic, he defended the clergy against outside attack.As an example of unconscious wealth Ely cited an obedient, diligent, and faithful son.They have a powerful cultural drive to achieve, which makes them extremely diligent, effective and reliable workers.It took some curious and diligent minds, and sometimes even some courage.It is uncharacteristically diligent of a minister to seek precisely to understand what money spent will accomplish.I know all of you are hardworking, diligent people, and I respect you for that.After years of diligent research, he had concluded that this was the only copy still in existence.The book required ten years of diligent research.Tony is a very diligent student.
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