Bedeutung von “firm” — Learner’s Dictionary


adjective us uk /fɜːm/
Extra Examples
a horse that runs best on firm groundthe fruit's firm juicy flesha firm mattressThe lips which touched hers were firm and warm.The flower stems are firm and green.

B2 not soft, but not completely hard:

A firm bed is better for your back.
FIXED [ always before noun ]

B2 certain or fixed and not likely to change:

We don't have any firm plans for the weekend yet.
I'm a firm believer in equal rights.

strong and tight:

a firm handshake/grip

strict and making certain that people do what you want:

You've got to be firm with children.
firmly adverb
firmness noun [ U ]

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