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rock-hard

adjective uk   /ˌrɒkˈhɑːd/ us    /ˌrɑːkˈhɑːrd/
extremely hard: I can't eat this cake - it's rock-hard.
Translations of “rock-hard”
in Korean 바위처럼 단단한…
in Arabic صَلب…
in Portuguese duro como pedra…
in Catalan dur com una pedra…
in Japanese とても硬い, 岩のように硬い…
in Italian duro come un sasso…
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