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strong adjective

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fuerte; sano; ferviente

Example sentences of
strong adjective

  • She's an athlete with strong muscles.
  • He is a big strong kid.
  • He's as strong as an ox.
  • The table should be strong enough to survive the trip.
  • The builder added supports to make the walls stronger.
  • He'll return to work when he's feeling a little stronger.

Detailed synonyms for strong adjective

Strong, stout, sturdy, stalwart, tough, tenacious, hardy, robust significan que demuestra el poder de resistir o de aguantar.
  • Strong puede indicar un poder derivado del vigor de los músculos, la voluminosidad del cuerpo, la solidez estructural, o bien los recursos intelectuales o espirituales <a strong desire to succeed>.
    antonyms: weak
  • Stout connota la capacidad de tolerar tensión, dolor, o el uso fuerte y prolongado sin flaquear <took a stout walking stick>.
  • Sturdy indica una fuerza derivada de un vigoroso crecimiento, determinación de espíritu o solidez de construcción <sturdy boots>.
  • Stalwart connota una fiabilidad inquebrantable y connota una gran fuerza física, mental o espiritual <his most stalwart supporters>.
  • Tough connota ser capaz de aguantar esfuerzo, adversidad o labor severa <tough soldiers>.
  • Tenacious connota fuerza en capturar, retener, aferrarse a algo o en mantener algo unido <the invading army faced a tenacious insurgency>.
  • Hardy significa robusto y fuerte, y frecuentemente se usa para describir las plantas al igual que a las personas <a hardy pine found on top of mountains>.
  • Robust connota salud, fuerza y vigor <her children were robust and energetic>.

Related phrases for strong

Reverse translation for strong

fuerte  - strong, intense, loud, extreme, excessive 
sano  - healthy, wholesome, whole, intact 
ferviente  - fervent 
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