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Translation of "firm" - English-Turkish dictionary

firm

adjective     /fɜːm/
NOT SOFT
B2 not soft, but not completely hard katı, sert, sağlam A firm bed is better for your back.Hard and firm
FIXED [always before noun]
B2 certain or fixed and not likely to change sabit, oynamaz We don't have any firm plans for the weekend yet. I'm a firm believer in equal rights.CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
STRONG
strong and tight sıkı, güçlü a firm handshake/grip Physically strong and powerful
STRICT
strict and making certain that people do what you want katı, sözü geçen, tavizsiz You've got to be firm with children.Strong-willed
firmly adverb
B2 sıkıca
firmness noun [U]
sıkılık
(Definition of firm adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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