Definition of leather-hard in English:

leather-hard

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adjective

(Of unfired pottery) dried and hardened enough to be decorated or trimmed with slip but not enough to be fired.
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  • The composite profile from the extrusion has an area of leather-hard rubber and an area of soft rubber.

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