Bedeutung von “hard” im Essential English Dictionary


adjective uk /hɑːd/

A2 firm and not easy to press or bend:

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.
do/learn something the hard way

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

be hard on someone

to criticize someone too much, or to treat them unfairly:

Don’t be too hard on him – he’s only trying to help.

(Definition von “hard adjective” aus dem Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)