Sinónimos de hard en inglés:

hard

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  • 1 the ground was as hard as a rock
    firm, solid, dense, rigid, stiff, resistant, unbreakable, inflexible, unpliable, impenetrable, unyielding, solidified, hardened, compact, compacted, steely, tough, strong, stony, rock-like, flinty, close-packed, compressed, as hard as iron, as hard as stone; frozen
    rare adamantine, unmalleable, renitent
    [Antónimos] soft
  • 3 hard workers
    [Antónimos] lazy
  • 4 we have a hard problem to solve
    difficult, puzzling, perplexing, baffling, bewildering, mystifying, knotty, thorny, ticklish, problematic, enigmatic, complicated, complex, intricate, involved, tangled, insoluble, unfathomable, impenetrable, incomprehensible, unanswerable
    informal spiny, mind-bending
    North American informal gnarly
    rare insolvable, wildering
    [Antónimos] simple
  • 5 times are hard and jobs are scarce
    harsh, grim, difficult, bad, bleak, dire, tough, austere, unpleasant, disagreeable, uncomfortable, intolerable, unendurable, unbearable, insupportable; straitened, spartan, dark, severe, distressing, painful, awful
    [Antónimos] comfortable, luxurious
  • 6 he can be such a hard taskmaster
    strict, harsh, firm, severe, stern, tough, rigorous, demanding, exacting, unkind, unfriendly, unsympathetic, cold, heartless, hard-hearted, cold-hearted, unfeeling, intransigent, unbending, uncompromising, inflexible, intolerant, implacable, stubborn, obdurate, unyielding, unrelenting, unsparing, lacking compassion, grim, ruthless, merciless, oppressive, tyrannical, pitiless, callous, cruel, vicious, unjust, unfair; standing no nonsense, ruling with a rod of iron
    informal hard-boiled
    North American informal badass
    Australian/New Zealand informal solid
    [Antónimos] easy-going, kind
  • 7 a hard winter
    [Antónimos] mild
  • 8 a hard blow to the head
    forceful, heavy, strong, sharp, smart, violent, powerful, vigorous, mighty, hefty, tremendous
    [Antónimos] light
  • 9 hard facts about the underclass are maddeningly elusive
    reliable, definite, true, actual, confirmed, undeniable, indisputable, unquestionable, verifiable; plain, cold, bare, bold, harsh, unvarnished, unembellished
    [Antónimos] unverified
  • 10 they do not touch hard liquor
    [Antónimos] non-alcoholic, low-alcohol
  • 11 hard drugs
    addictive, habit-forming, causing dependency; strong, harmful, narcotic
    [Antónimos] soft
  • Frases

    hard and fast

    there are no hard-and-fast rules about this
    [Antónimos] flexible
    definitefixedsetstrictrigidbindingstringentrigorousclear-cutcast-ironestablishedinflexibleimmutableunalterableinvariableunvaryingunchangeableunchangingincontestableincontrovertibleuncompromising

    hard feelings

    I had no hard feelings about being fired
    [Antónimos] goodwill
    resentmentanimosityill feelingill feelingsill willbitternessbad bloodresentfulnessrancourmaliceacrimonyantagonismantipathyanimusfrictionangerhostilityhatehatred

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  • 1 George pushed her hard away from him
    [Antónimos] gently
  • 2 they work hard at school
    [Antónimos] lackadaisically
  • 3 this prosperity has been hard won
    with difficulty, with effort, after a struggle, painfully, arduously, laboriously
    [Antónimos] easily
  • 4 her death hit him hard
    [Antónimos] slightly
  • 5 it was raining hard
    heavily, strongly, intensely, in torrents, in sheets, cats and dogs; steadily
    British informal buckets, bucketloads, stair rods
    North American informal pitchforks
    [Antónimos] lightly
  • 6 my mother looked hard at me
    [Antónimos] casually
  • Frases

    hard by

    a little shop, hard by the St Paul Hotel
    [Antónimos] far from
    close toright byclose bybesidenearnear tonearbynot far froma short distance froma step away froma stone's throw fromon the doorstep ofin the vicinity ofin the neighbourhood ofround the corner fromwithin easy reach ofadjacent to informalwithin spitting distance ofwithin sniffing distance of{a hop, skip, and a jump away from}

    hard on/upon

    his banishment followed hard on the quarrel
    [Antónimos] long after
    soon afterhard on the heels ofquickly afterpromptly aftershortly afterimmediately afterdirectly afterstraight afterright aftera short time afterwithout delay after

    hard up

    informal I'm too hard up to buy fancy clothes
    [Antónimos] rich
    poorshort of moneyshort of cashimpoverishedimpecuniousin financial difficultiesfinancially embarrassedfinancially distressedin reduced circumstancesin straitened circumstancesunable to make ends meetpennilessmoneylessdestitutepoverty-strickenbankruptin the redwithout a souwithout means of support informalbrokestony brokeflat brokebuston one's beam-endsBritish informalskintcleaned outstrapped for cashon one's uppersnot having two pennies/farthings to rub togetherin Queer Streetwithout a shot in one's lockerwithout a brass farthingNorth American informalstone brokewithout a red cent

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    sclero- related prefix, as in sclerosis, scleroderma

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