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(形容词) 
Definition
firm, solid, or rigid
He stamped his feet on the hard floor.
同义词
tough
tough leather boots and trousers
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firm
Fruit should be firm and excellent in condition.
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solid
a tunnel carved through 50ft of solid rock
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stiff
The film is crammed with corsets, bustles and stiff collars.
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compact
a thick, bare trunk crowned by a compact mass of dark-green leaves
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rigid
rigid plastic containers
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resistant
The body may be less resistant if it is cold.
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dense
a large, dense forest
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inflexible
The boot is too inflexible to be comfortable.
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unyielding
He sat on the edge of an unyielding armchair.
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rocklike
反义词
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Definition
difficult to do or understand
That's a very hard question.
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difficult
It was a very difficult decision to make.
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involved
The operation can be quite involved, requiring special procedures.
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complex
in-depth coverage of today's complex issues
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complicated
a complicated voting system
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puzzling
His letter poses a number of puzzling questions.
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tangled
His personal life has become more tangled than ever.
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baffling
I was constantly ill, with a baffling array of symptoms.
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intricate
intricate patterns and motifs
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perplexing
The procedure is perplexing at the best of times.
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impenetrable
His philosophical work is notoriously impenetrable.
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thorny
the thorny issue of immigration policy
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knotty
The new management team faces some knotty problems.
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easy-peasy (slang)
(形容词) 
Definition
showing or requiring a lot of effort or application
Coping with three babies is very hard work.
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exhausting
She had set herself an exhausting schedule.
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tough
It was a tough decision but I think we made the right one.
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exacting
He was not well enough to carry out such an exacting task.
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formidable
We have a formidable task ahead of us.
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fatiguing
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wearying
the wearying hours of scrubbing and polishing
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rigorous
rigorous military training
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uphill
It had been an uphill struggle to achieve what she wanted.
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gruelling
The flight was more gruelling than I had expected.
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strenuous
Avoid strenuous exercise in the evening.
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arduous
The task was more arduous than he had calculated.
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laborious
Keeping the garden tidy all year round can be a laborious task.
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Herculean
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backbreaking
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反义词
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easy-peasy (slang)
(形容词) 
Definition
forceful
He gave her a hard push which toppled her backwards.
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forceful
This is a forceful argument for joining them.
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strong
A strong current seemed to be moving the whole boat.
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powerful
in the grip of a powerful emotion
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driving
Consumer spending was the driving force behind growth this summer.
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heavy
a heavy blow on the back of the skull
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sharp
I felt a sharp pain in my lower back.
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violent
The next moment she felt a violent blow to her arm.
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fierce
Two climbers were trapped by a fierce storm.
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vigorous
The choir and orchestra gave a vigorous performance of Haydn's oratorio.
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hefty
Lambert gave him a hefty shove to send him on his way.
(形容词) 
Definition
unkind or unfeeling
His father was a hard man.
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harsh
He said many harsh and unkind things.
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severe
This was a dreadful crime and a severe sentence is necessary.
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strict
French privacy laws are very strict.
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exacting
Our new manager has very exacting standards.
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cruel
They should spend a long time in jail to reflect on their cruel acts.
the persecution of prisoners by cruel officers
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grim
Her expression was grim and unpleasant.
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stern
He said stern measures would be taken against the criminals.
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ruthless
a ruthless totalitarian power
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callous
a callous and brutal attack on an old man
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unkind
All last summer he'd been unkind to her.
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unrelenting
in the face of severe opposition and unrelenting criticism
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implacable
the threat of invasion by a ruthless and implacable enemy
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unsympathetic
an unsympathetic doctor
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pitiless
He saw the pitiless eyes of his enemy.
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unfeeling
an unfeeling bully who used his huge size to frighten people
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obdurate
The administration have been obdurate defenders of the status quo.
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unsparing
He is unsparing in his criticism.
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affectless
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hardhearted
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
causing pain, sorrow, or hardship
Those were hard times.
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grim
Things were pretty grim for a time.
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dark
His endless chatter kept me from thinking dark thoughts.
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painful
His remark brought back painful memories.
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distressing
the distressing symptoms of anxiety
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harsh
Hundreds of political detainees were held under harsh conditions.
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unpleasant
They tolerated what they felt was an unpleasant situation.
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grievous
He survived in spite of suffering grievous injuries.
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(形容词) 
Definition
indisputable and proven to be true
He wanted more hard evidence.
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verified
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plain
a plain grey stone house, distinguished by its unspoilt simplicity
Her dress was plain, but it hung well on her.
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actual
She had written some notes, but she hadn't started the actual work.
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bare
Reporters were given nothing but the bare facts.
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undeniable
Her charm is undeniable.
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indisputable
It is indisputable that the animals are harbouring this illness.
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unquestionable
a man of unquestionable integrity
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unvarnished
The full unvarnished truth about the Duke should be made public.
(形容词) 
Some hard words had clearly been exchanged in the home dressing room.
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bitter
He is said to be very bitter about the way he was sacked.
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angry
He's an angry man.
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hostile
The Governor faced hostile crowds when visiting the town.
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resentful
He turned away in a resentful silence.
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acrimonious
The acrimonious debate on the agenda ended indecisively.
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embittered
He had turned into an embittered, hardened old man.
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antagonistic
Nearly all the women were antagonistic to the idea.
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rancorous
a series of rancorous disputes
(副词) 
I'll work hard. I don't want to let him down.
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strenuously
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steadily
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persistently
Ramona gently but persistently imposed her will on the group.
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determinedly
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doggedly
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diligently
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energetically
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assiduously
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industriously
She painted industriously all through the summer.
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untiringly
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flatstick (South Africa, slang)
(副词) 
Definition
with great intensity
You had to listen hard to hear him.
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intently
I put my ear close to the water and listened intently.
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closely
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carefully
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sharply
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keenly
(副词) 
Definition
with great energy or force
I kicked the bin very hard and broke my toe.
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forcefully
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strongly
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heavily
A man stumbled heavily against the car.
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sharply
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severely
the severely depressed construction industry
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fiercely
He has always been fiercely competitive.
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vigorously
She shivered and rubbed her arms vigorously.
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intensely
The fast-food business is intensely competitive.
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violently
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powerfully
He shot powerfully from 20 yards and scored.
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with all your might
She swung the hammer with all her might.
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with might and main
反义词
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softly
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weakly
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loosely
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lazily
(副词) 
the hard won rights of the working woman
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with difficulty
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laboriously

习语

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其他同义词

in the sense of acrimonious
The acrimonious debate on the agenda ended indecisively.
in the sense of actual
She had written some notes, but she hadn't started the actual work.
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in the sense of angry
Definition
feeling or expressing annoyance or rage
He's an angry man.
同义词
mad (informal),
provoked,
outraged,
hacked (off) (US, slang),
choked,
pissed (taboo, slang),
hot,
ranting,
pissed off (taboo, slang),
displeased,
uptight (informal),
riled,
up in arms,
antagonized,
piqued,
on the warpath,
hopping mad (informal),
foaming at the mouth,
at daggers drawn,
in high dudgeon,
as black as thunder,
ireful,
fit to be tied (slang),
tooshie (Australian, slang),
off the air (Australian, slang),
aerated

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Life on the edge
The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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