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dura British & World English

The tough outermost membrane enveloping the brain and spinal cord

dura1 British & World English

The tough outermost membrane enveloping the brain and spinal cord

dura2 British & World English

variant spelling of durra.

durra British & World English

Grain sorghum of the principal variety grown from NE Africa to India

pietra dura British & World English

Pictorial mosaic work using semi-precious stones, typically for table tops and other furniture

dura mater in dura1 British & World English

The tough outermost membrane enveloping the brain and spinal cord

agua dura Spanish-English

hard water

mano dura Spanish-English

firm hand

droga dura Spanish-English

hard drug

cabeza dura Spanish-English

es un cabeza dura

pista dura Spanish-English

hard court

droga dura Spanish-English

hard drug

agua dura Spanish-English

hard water

pista dura Spanish-English

hard court

mano dura Spanish-English

firm hand

cabeza dura Spanish-English

es un cabeza dura

cara dura in cara Spanish-English

sassy devil, cheeky swine

¿cuánto dura la película? in durar Spanish-English

how long is the film?, how long does the film go on for?

esa es la dura realidad in realidad Spanish-English

that is the harsh reality of the matter

¡qué cara (más dura) tienes! in cara Spanish-English

you have some nerve!, you've got a nerve

cómpralo de cuero que dura más in durar Spanish-English

buy a leather one, it'll last longer

los defensores de la línea dura in duro Spanish-English

the hardliners, those who favor a tough stance

el examen dura (una) hora y media in hora Spanish-English

the exam is an hour and a half long

hay que tener mano dura con ellos in mano Spanish-English

you have to be firm with them

va a ser dura la levantada mañana in levantada Spanish-English

it's going to be hard getting up tomorrow

ley pareja no es dura or rigurosa in ley Spanish-English

a rule isn't unfair if it applies to everyone

la subida fue más dura que la bajada in subida Spanish-English

the ascent was harder than the descent

la carne está dura como una suela de zapato in suela Spanish-English

the meat is as tough as shoeleather, the meat is as tough as old boots

fue una época muy dura, pero lograron salir adelante in salir Spanish-English

it was a difficult period but they managed to get through it

soy una convencida de que a los niños hay que tratarlos con mano dura in convencido Spanish-English

I'm a great believer in treating children with a firm hand