Bedeutung von “firm” im Essential American English Dictionary


adjective us /fɜrm/

not soft, but not completely hard:

A firm bed is better for your back.

strongly fixed in place:

Get a firm grip on the ladder before you climb up.

If you are firm, you show people that you are strong and in control:

My parents were always very firm with me.

certain and not likely to change:

We don’t have any firm plans for the weekend.
firmly adverb

The door was firmly shut.
“Let me do it,” she said firmly.
I am firmly convinced that we should keep going.

(Definition von “firm adjective” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)