- try hard to do or achieve something
- an attempt to achieve a goal；earnest, prolonged, and industrious effort
noun: endeavour, plural noun: endeavours
verb: endeavour, 3rd person present: endeavours, gerund or present participle: endeavouring, past tense: endeavoured, past participle: endeavoured
- 1. try hard to do or achieve something:
he is endeavouring to help the Third World
- 1. an attempt to achieve a goal:
an endeavour to reduce serious injury
- 2. earnest, prolonged, and industrious effort:
enthusiasm is a vital ingredient in all human endeavour
- 3. an enterprise or undertaking:
a portfolio of business endeavours
- v.try hard to do or achieve something:
- he is endeavoring to help the Third World
- n.an attempt to achieve a goal:
- an endeavor to reduce serious injury
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學習語言是永無止盡。 = Learning a language is a life-long endeavor. = Learning languages is a life-long endeavor. = ...