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strict

adjective /strikt/
severe, stern, and compelling obedience
estricto, severo
This class needs a strict teacher His parents were very strict with him The school rules are too strict strict orders.
exact or precise
estricto, riguroso
If the strict truth were known, he was drunk, not ill.
strictness noun
rigor
the strictness of the regulations.
strictly adverb
rigurosamente
strictly speaking if we must be completely accurate, act according to rules etc
rigurosamente hablando
Strictly speaking, he should be punished for this.
(Definition of strict from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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