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heavy-dutyadjective

 us   /ˈhev·iˈdu·t̬i/
designed to be strong enough to do very difficult work for a long time: heavy-duty tools
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heavy-dutyadjective

uk   us  
strong and designed to be used for a long time: These are large, heavy-duty bags for those who buy a lot of groceries. heavy duty vehicles/trucks/tools heavy-duty steel/vinyl/plastic
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