Die Übersetzung von "hard" - Englisch-Koreanisch Wörterbuch


adjective uk /hɑːd/ us /hɑrd/

A2 firm and not easy to press or bend

견고한, 딱딱한
a hard surface
The seats were really hard.
→ Opposite soft

A1 difficult to do or understand

It must be hard to study with all this noise.
→ Opposite easy adj

B1 needing or using a lot of physical or mental effort

It was hard work on the farm, but satisfying.

not gentle or kind

He gave me a hard stare.
be hard on someone

to criticize someone too much, or to treat them unfairly

-에게 심하게 대하다
Don’t be too hard on him – he’s only trying to help.
do/learn something the hard way

to do or learn something by having a lot of problems or difficulty

어렵게 배우다, 어렵게 하다
adverb uk /hɑːd/ us /hɑrd/

A1 with a lot of effort

She tried so hard.
You must work harder.

B1 with a lot of force

She kicked the ball hard.

(Die Übersetzung von "hard" von Cambridge Englisch-Koreanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)