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tough British & World English

(Of a substance or object) strong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough handling

a hard act to follow British & World English

An achievement or performance which sets a standard regarded as being hard for others to measure up to

bad luck British & World English

Used to express sympathy or commiserations

get-tough British & World English

Designating an approach or attitude characterized by assertiveness, firmness, or aggressiveness

bad luck in luck British & World English

Used to express sympathy or commiserations

tough shit in tough British & World English

Used to express a lack of sympathy with someone

tough shit British & World English

Used to express a lack of sympathy with someone

tough love British & World English

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

hang tough in hang British & World English

Be or remain inflexible or firmly resolved

hang tough British & World English

Be or remain inflexible or firmly resolved

tough-minded British & World English

Strong-willed and able to face up to reality

a tough nut in nut British & World English

Someone who is difficult to deal with; a formidable person

a tough nut British & World English

Someone who is difficult to deal with; a formidable person

a hard act to follow in act British & World English

An achievement or performance which sets a standard regarded as being hard for others to measure up to

a tough nut to crack in nut British & World English

A difficult problem or an opponent that is hard to beat

a tough nut to crack British & World English

A difficult problem or an opponent that is hard to beat

tough English Thesaurus

they had tough leather gloves

tough English-Spanish

resistente, fuerte

get-tough English-Spanish

de mano dura

tough love English-Spanish

amor que emplea dureza con la persona amada para su propio beneficio

tough out English-Spanish

to tough it out

to tough it out with sb English-Spanish

oponer* resistencia, no ceder

to tough it out in tough English-Spanish

no transigir*, no ceder

stop acting tough in tough English-Spanish

no te hagas el gallito

to tough it out in tough out English-Spanish

no transigir*, no ceder

to hang tough on sth in hang English-Spanish

mantenerse* firme en algo

they had a tough time in tough English-Spanish

las pasaron muy mal, pasaron las de Caín

a get-tough policy on crime in get-tough English-Spanish

una política de mano dura contra el delito

a hard o tough nut to crack in nut English-Spanish

un hueso duro de roer, un problema difícil de resolver

it is likely to be a tough match in likely English-Spanish

lo más probable es que sea un partido difícil

I'm going to have to get tough with you in tough English-Spanish

voy a tener que ser más dura contigo

there was some tough talking by both sides in tough English-Spanish

ambas partes se expresaron sin rodeos

the job was tough going to begin with in tough English-Spanish

al principio, el trabajo se me hizo muy cuesta arriba


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