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adverb uk   /ˈstrɒŋ.li/  us   /ˈstrɑːŋ-/

strongly adverb (NOT WEAK)

B2 very much or in a very serious way: They strongly believe their children should make choices for themselves. Many locals are strongly opposed to the development.
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strongly adverb (DIFFICULT TO BREAK)

in a way or form that is difficult to break: Equipment will have to be strongly made to endure the weather conditions on the ice cap.
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