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Translation of "strong" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

strong

adjective (NOT WEAK) 不弱的     /strɒŋ/ US  /strɑːŋ/
powerful; having or using great force or control 强有力的,强劲的;强壮的;强烈的 She must be very strong to carry such a weight on her back. 她背着这么重的东西,一定很强健。 It is surely the duty of the stronger members in a society to help those who are weak. 任何社会中帮助弱者都是强者不可推卸的责任。 My grandmother had a strong influence/effect on my early childhood. 我祖母在我的幼年对我影响很大。 Strong winds are forecast in the area for the next few days. 预计未来几天这一地区将有大风。 It's surprising what strong memories a photograph can produce. 一张像片可以引起如此深刻的记忆,实在令人惊讶。 Get Carl to lift it - he's as strong as an ox (= very strong). 让卡尔来提起它吧-卡尔象牛一样壮。 Physically strong and powerful effective; of a good quality or level and likely to be successful 有效的;有望成功的 We will need strong policies if our economic problems are to be solved. 要解决我们的经济问题,需要采取强有力的政策。 I can give you stronger pain-killing drugs if these aren't strong enough. 如果这些止痛药药力不够的话,我可以给你一些药效更强的。 Strong trading links exist between us and many South American countries. 我们已和许多南美洲国家建立了牢固的贸易关系。 Efficient and effective clever or good at doing things 精通的,擅长的;突出的 Without a doubt, she's the strongest candidate we've interviewed for the post. 毫无疑问,在我们所面试的这个职位的求职者中,她是能力最强的。 As a guitarist, he's strong on (= good at) technique but perhaps lacks feeling in some pieces. 作为一名吉他手,他的演奏技法很娴熟,不过也许在演奏某些曲子时缺乏感情。 IntelligencePerceptive
(Definition of strong adjective (NOT WEAK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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