Persisted | Define Persisted at Dictionary.com
Persisted definition, to continue steadfastly or firmly in some state, purpose, course of action, or the like, especially in spite of opposition, remonstrance, etc.: to persist in working for world peace; to persist in unpopular political activities. See more.
Persisted - definition of persisted by The Free Dictionary
per·sist (pər-sĭst′) intr.v. per·sist·ed, per·sist·ing, per·sists 1. To be obstinately repetitious, insistent, or tenacious. 2. To hold firmly and steadfastly to a purpose, state, or undertaking despite obstacles, warnings, or setbacks. 3. To continue in existence; last: hostilities that have persisted for years. [Latin persistere : per-, per ...
Persist | Definition of Persist by Merriam-Webster
She had turned him down for a date before, but he persisted and asked her again. The reporter persisted with his questioning. If you persist with this behavior, you will be punished. Must you persist in making that noise? If the pain persists, see a doctor. Doubts about the defendant's story have persisted for some time now. Rumors persist that they are dating.
PERSIST | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
Despite the clearance of parasitaemia, pathological changes persisted in the chronic phase.
Persist Synonyms, Persist Antonyms - Merriam-Webster
1 to continue despite difficulties, opposition, or discouragement . she persisted in her efforts and eventually got the job she wanted
computed_column_definition (Transact-SQL) - SQL Server ...
PERSISTED Specifies that the Database Engine will physically store the computed values in the table, and update the values when any other columns on which the computed column depends are updated.