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  1. tough

    • IPA[təf]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of a substance or object) strong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough or careless handling;(of food, especially meat) difficult to cut or chew.
    • n.
      a rough and violent person, especially a gangster or criminal
    • v.
      endure a period of hardship or difficulty.
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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. (of a substance or object) strong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough or careless handling:

      tough backpacks for climbers

    • 2. (of food, especially meat) difficult to cut or chew.
    • 3. able to endure hardship or pain:

      even at this ripe old age, he's still as tough as old boots

    • 4. having the confidence and determination to cope in difficult situations:

      she's both sensitive and tough

    • 5. involving considerable difficulty or hardship; requiring great determination or effort:

      the training has been quite tough

      he had a tough time getting into a good college

    • 6. used to express sympathy with someone in an unpleasant or difficult situation:

      Poor kid. It's tough on her

    • 7. demonstrating a strict and uncompromising attitude or approach:

      police have been getting tough with drivers

      tough new laws on tobacco advertising

    • 8. used to express a lack of sympathy with someone:

      I feel the way I feel, and if you don't like it, tough

    • 9. (of a person) strong and prone to violence:

      tough young teenagers

    • 10. (of an area) notorious for violence and crime.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a rough and violent person, especially a gangster or criminal:

      young toughs sporting their state-of-the-art firearms

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. endure a period of hardship or difficulty.
    • n. promotion of a person's welfare, especially that of an addict, child, or criminal, by enforcing certain constraints on them, or requiring them to take responsibility for their actions.

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    • n. promotion of a person's welfare, especially that of an addict, child, or criminal, by enforcing certain constraints on them, or requiring them to take responsibility for their actions.

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    • adj. designating an approach or attitude characterized by assertiveness, firmness, or aggressiveness:

    • the administration is implementing get-tough changes in the juvenile system

      a new get-tough policy on parking offences

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    • used to express a lack of sympathy

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    • be or remain inflexible or firmly resolved

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    • adj. strong, determined, and able to face up to reality:

    • her mother was combative and tough-minded

      a tough-minded approach

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    • adj. strong-willed and able to face up to reality:

    • her mother was combative and tough-minded

      a tough-minded approach

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    • be or remain inflexible or firmly resolved

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    • IPA[tʌf]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of a substance or object) strong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough handling:
    • tough rucksacks for climbers
    • n.
      a rough and violent man:
    • a gang of toughs
    • v.
      endure a period of hardship or difficulty.

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  2. 知識+

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