- strong and healthy; vigorous；(of an object) sturdy in construction
- 1. strong and healthy; vigorous:
the Caplan family are a robust lot
- 2. (of an object) sturdy in construction:
a robust metal cabinet
- 3. (of a system, organization, etc.) able to withstand or overcome adverse conditions:
the country's political system has continued to be robust in spite of its economic problems
- 4. uncompromising and forceful:
he took quite a robust view of my case
- 5. (of wine or food) strong and rich in flavour or smell:
a robust mixture of fish, onions, capers and tomatoes
- adj.strong and healthy; vigorous:
- the Caplans are a robust, healthy lot
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