Bedeutung von “tough” im Essential American English Dictionary

tough

adjective us /tʌf/

difficult:

Starting a new job can be tough.

not easily damaged, cut, etc.:

tires made of tough rubber

strong and not afraid of violence:

a tough guy

describes food that is difficult to cut or eat:

This steak is very tough.

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