Spanish translation of 'toughen'
Example Sentences Including 'toughen'
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These guys work out with them all the time and it must really toughen them up.Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)
The experience naturally toughened and battle-hardened men who had essentially been at peace for all of their careers.ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)
Don't be too precious about your flora: toughen things up a bit.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
On a steel bone structure are hung moulded, white toughened glass panels, each one unique.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The experience toughened his character.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
And the England playmaker insists the Gunners must toughen up to compete for the big prizes.The Sun (2011)
All the fight scenes must have toughened him up.The Sun (2006)
But there's no paws for alarm, as the beast is safely behind a thick sheet of toughened glass.The Sun (2016)
Don't worry - the tiger is safely behind toughened glass.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He has written to council chiefs to seek their views on how the laws can be toughened up.The Sun (2008)
It has toughened glass plus a steel band around the edge that holds the antenna.The Sun (2010)
It was neither toughened nor safety glass,' she told the court.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Ministers are already planning to toughen sanctions for data protection offences.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Now a wildlife expert is calling for laws to be toughened.The Sun (2014)
She added it was'crucial' the law was toughened up.The Sun (2017)
She also hit back at cops to insist cabinet ministers DID tell them to toughen up their stance on the rioting last week.The Sun (2011)
She noticeably toughened her stance at the end of last year.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
That's where we have to toughen up a bit more.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The law on rioting must be toughened.The Sun (2011)
Their attitude to public money must toughen up.The Sun (2016)
They said the skin just had to toughen up a bit,' she said.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Admittedly, it does need to be toughened glass.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
UK universities must also toughen up.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Used Rarely. toughen is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: toughen VERB
If you toughen something or if it toughens, you make it stronger so that it will not break easily.
Months of walking barefoot had toughened his feet.
Translation of toughen from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary