Meaning of STRONG in English


adjective (~er; ~est) see: strain Date: before 12th century having or marked by great physical power, having moral or intellectual power, having great resources (as of wealth or talent), of a specified number , 5. striking or superior of its kind , effective or efficient especially in a specified direction , forceful , cogent , not mild or weak ; extreme , intense : as, rich in some active agent , high in chroma, ionizing freely in solution , magnifying by refracting greatly , flagrant , moving with rapidity or force , ardent , zealous , 11. not easily injured or disturbed ; solid , not easily subdued or taken , well established ; firm , not easily upset or nauseated , having an offensive or intense odor or flavor ; rank , tending to steady or higher prices , of, relating to, or being a verb that is inflected by a change in the root vowel (as strive, strove, striven ) rather than by regular affixation, ~ adverb ~ish adjective ~ly adverb Synonyms: see: ~

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