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robustadjective

 us   /roʊˈbʌst/
(of a ​person, ​animal, or ​plant) ​strong and ​healthy, or (of ​food or ​drink) ​full of ​flavor: She was in robust ​health. The ​houseblend of ​coffee is ​particularly robust.
(Definition of robust from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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robustadjective

uk   /rəʊˈbʌst/  us   /roʊ-/
(of a ​person or ​animal) ​strong and ​healthy, or (of an ​object or ​system) ​strong and ​unlikely to ​break or ​fail: He ​looks robust and ​healthy enough. a robust ​pair of ​walkingboots a robust ​economy
robustness
noun [U] uk   us   /-nəs/
(Definition of robust from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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robustadjective

uk   us   /rəʊˈbʌst/
strong and unlikely to ​break or ​fail: Exports will continue to be bolstered by the robust ​economy. We should be able to ​generatestrongersales with robust ​profitmargins.
robustness
noun [U] /rəˈbʌsnəs/
These ​resultsdemonstrate the robustness of our ​businessmodel.
(Definition of robust from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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