Definition of 'fierce'
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The scene is set for a fierce legal battle. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His fierce looks stem from his fur pattern, she explained. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's always fierce and a game with that bit of edge to it. The Sun (2016)But the competition is fierce. The Sun (2016)Strong brows complement this fierce eye look. The Sun (2015)There is something about very small and very fierce that always gets to people. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Their rivalry is fierce but loyalty is second to none. The Sun (2014)Those who make it possess superlative skill and fierce competitive will. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It knows there are fiercer fights to come. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The celebs got a soaking when a fierce storm hit the camp as they made dinner. The Sun (2011)It is astonishing to see these tiny birds engaged in such a fierce aerial battle. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Foxes would also benefit from the removal of a fiercer and stronger competitor with the same diet. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There is little job security and competition is fierce. The Sun (2008)For fierce footwear look no further that the leopard print pumps. The Sun (2013)That fierce sense of loyalty you feel for each other. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The fierce competition seen on the high streets caps a challenging year for the retail sector. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His fierce loyalty to his lead actor is understandable. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Is he always a fierce competitor? The Sun (2006)He wants her to look fierce. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's another fierce and highly competitive week. The Sun (2006)Northern France was battered by a fierce storm yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There were fierce little battles as companies of the two battle groups worked side by side in the last stages of the process. Dusty Warriors: Modern Soldiers at War (2006)They are fierce competitors, always have been and always will be. The Sun (2009)He was a steady golfer; affable but with a fierce competitive streak. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Competition has been fierce, with 243 writers submitting their works. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I often say gorillas are like that: big and look very fierce and very strong but actually are quite gentle and sensitive. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'fierce'
British English: fierce /fɪəs/ ADJECTIVE
A fierce animal or person is very aggressive or angry.
- American English: fierce
- Arabic: مُفْتَرِس
- Brazilian Portuguese: feroz
- Chinese: 凶猛的
- Croatian: divlji
- Czech: vzteklý
- Danish: bidsk
- Dutch: woest
- European Spanish: fiero feroz
- Finnish: hurja
- French: féroce
- German: heftig
- Greek: άγριος
- Italian: feroce
- Japanese: 凶暴な
- Korean: 난폭한
- Norwegian: heftig
- Polish: dziki gwałtowny
- European Portuguese: feroz
- Romanian: fioros
- Russian: свирепый
- Spanish: fiero aguerrido
- Swedish: våldsam
- Thai: ดุร้าย
- Turkish: azgın
- Ukrainian: лютий
- Vietnamese: dữ tợn
Definition of fierce from the Collins English Dictionary
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