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fierce

adjective
 
/fɪəs/
violent or angry
獰猛(どうもう)な
a fierce dog a fierce attack
very strong or powerful
すさまじい
fierce wind
showing strong feeling or energetic activity
強烈な
There is fierce competition among computer companies.
fiercely /fɪəs·li/ adverb
激しく, 荒々しく
fierceness /fɪəs·nəs/ noun [no plural]
獰猛(どうもう)さ, 激しさ
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