Ganbaru

The word Ganbaru is often translated to mean `doing one’s best`, but in practice, it means doing more than one`s best. The word emphasizes `working with perseverance` or `toughing it out.` Ganbaru means `to commit oneself fully to a task and to bring that task to an end.` It can be translated to mean persistence, tenacity, doggedness an...
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ganbaru

to do one's best, to try hard; imperative forms are 'ganbatte' and 'ganbare='hang in there' or 'do your best!'. Often said to Japanese schoolkids and/or shoujo heroines.
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