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solid

adjective     /ˈsɒlɪd/
HARD/FIRM
B2 hard and firm without holes or spaces, and not liquid or gas stały solid ground solid foodHard and firmThe state of matter
STRONG
B2 strong and not easily broken or damaged solidny solid furniturePhysically strong and powerful
solid gold/silver/wood, etc
gold/silver/wood, etc with nothing added lite złoto/srebro/drzewo itp. a solid silver braceletMetals and metalworkingChemical elements
TIME
continuing for a period of time without stopping bity The noise continued for two solid hours/two hours solid.Continuous and permanent
INFORMATION [always before noun]
Solid information, proof, etc is based on facts and you are certain that it is correct. jednoznaczny, solidny This provides solid evidence that he committed the crime.CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
PERSON
honest and able to be trusted rzetelny, solidny Honesty, openness and sincerity
solidity     /səˈlɪdəti/ noun [U]
stałość, solidność
solidly adverb
solidnie, pewnie
(Definition of solid adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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