hardworking vs untiring what difference

what is difference between hardworking and untiring

English

Alternative forms

  • hard-working

Etymology

hard +‎ working

Adjective

hardworking (comparative more hardworking, superlative most hardworking)

  1. Of a person, taking their work seriously and doing it well and rapidly.
    Synonyms: see Thesaurus:industrious

Translations



English

Etymology

From un- +‎ tiring

Pronunciation

  • Rhymes: -aɪəɹɪŋ

Adjective

untiring (not comparable)

  1. Not able to be tired; inexhaustible.
  2. Unfailing; resolute.
    • 1913, Elizabeth Kimball Kendall, A Wayfarer in China
      A generation ago Chien-ch’ang was perhaps the least known part of all China to the outside world. About the middle of the thirteenth century the Mongol, Kublai Khan, acting as general of the forces of his brother, Genghis Khan, went through here to the conquest of Tali, then an independent kingdom in the southwest, and the untiring Venetian following in his train noted a few of the characteristics of Caindu, the name he gave both to the valley and the capital city.

Synonyms

  • tireless

Translations

References

  • “untiring” in the Cambridge English Dictionary, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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