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Translation of "strong" - English-Arabic dictionary

strong

adjective
 
/strɒŋ/
A2 A strong person or animal is physically powerful.
قَوي
Are you strong enough to lift this table on your own? →  Opposite weak
B1 A strong object does not break easily, or can support heavy things.
قاسٍ / مَتين
a strong box
B1 If a taste, smell, etc. is strong, it is very easy to notice.
قَوي / نَفّاذ (لِلرائحة)
There’s a strong smell of burning.
B1 produced using a lot of power
قَوي
a strong kick Her voice was clear and strong.
B1 Strong relationships last for a long time, and are not easily spoiled.
قَوي
During the crisis their marriage remained strong.
of a good quality or level and likely to be successful
قَوي
a strong team a strong economy
A strong feeling, belief, or opinion is felt in a very deep and serious way.
قَوي
a strong sense of pride
If someone is strong, they are confident and able to deal with problems well.
قَوي
All my aunts were strong women.
(Definition of strong from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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