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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Resistant to pressure; not readily penetrated.
- adjective: Physically toughened; rugged.
- adjective: Mentally toughened; strong-minded.
- adjective: Requiring great effort or endurance: a hard assignment.
- adjective: Performed with or marked by great diligence or energy: a project that required years of hard work.
- adjective: Difficult to resolve, accomplish, or finish: That was a hard question.
- adjective: Difficult to understand or impart: Physics was the hardest of my courses. Thermodynamics is a hard course to teach.
- adjective: Intense in force or degree: a hard blow.
- adjective: Inclement: a long, hard winter.
- adjective: Stern or strict in nature or comportment: a hard taskmaster.
- adjective: Resistant to persuasion or appeal; obdurate.
- adjective: Making few concessions: drives a hard bargain.
- adjective: Difficult to endure: a hard life.
- adjective: Oppressive or unjust in nature or effect: restrictions that were hard on welfare applicants.
- adjective: Lacking compassion or sympathy; callous.
- adjective: Harsh or severe in effect or intention: said some hard things that I won't forget.
- adjective: Bitter; resentful: No hard feelings, I hope.
- adjective: Causing damage or premature wear: Snow and ice are hard on a car's finish.
- adjective: Bad; adverse: hard luck.
- adjective: Proceeding or performing with force, vigor, or persistence; assiduous: a hard worker.
- adjective: Real and unassailable: hard evidence.
- adjective: Definite; firm: a hard commitment.
- adjective: Close; penetrating: We need to take a hard look at the situation.
- adjective: Free from illusion or bias; practical: brought some hard common sense to the discussion.
- adjective: Using or based on data that are readily quantified or verified: the hard sciences.
- adjective: Marked by sharp outline or definition; stark.
- adjective: Lacking in delicacy, shading, or nuance.
- adjective: Hard-core.
- adjective: Being a turn in a specific direction at an angle more acute than other possible routes.
- adjective: Metallic, as opposed to paper. Used of currency.
- adjective: Backed by bullion rather than by credit. Used of currency.
- adjective: High and stable. Used of prices.
- adjective: Durable; lasting: hard merchandise.
- adjective: Written or printed rather than stored in electronic media: sent the information by hard mail.
- adjective: Erect; tumid. Used of a penis.
- adjective: Having high alcoholic content; intoxicating: hard liquor.
- adjective: Rendered alcoholic by fermentation; fermented: hard cider.
- adjective: Containing dissolved salts that interfere with the lathering action of soap. Used of water.
- adjective: Linguistics Velar, as in c in cake or g in log, as opposed to palatal or soft.
- adjective: Physics Of relatively high energy; penetrating: hard x-rays.
- adjective: High in gluten content: hard wheat.
- adjective: Chemistry Resistant to biodegradation: a hard detergent.
- adjective: Physically addictive. Used of certain illegal drugs, such as heroin.
- adjective: Resistant to blast, heat, or radiation. Used especially of nuclear weapons.
- adverb: With strenuous effort; intently: worked hard all day; stared hard at the accused criminal.
- adverb: With great force, vigor, or energy: pressed hard on the lever.
- adverb: In such a way as to cause great damage or hardship: industrial cities hit hard by unemployment.
- adverb: With great distress, grief, or bitterness: took the divorce hard.
- adverb: Firmly; securely: held hard to the railing.
- adverb: Toward or into a solid condition: concrete that sets hard within a day.
- adverb: Near in space or time; close: The factory stands hard by the railroad tracks.
- adverb: Nautical Completely; fully: hard alee.
- idiom: hard and fast Defined, fixed, and invariable: hard and fast rules.
- idiom: hard of hearing Having a partial loss of hearing.
- idiom: hard of hearing One who has a partial loss of hearing.
- idiom: hard put Undergoing great difficulty: Under the circumstances, he was hard put to explain himself.
- idiom: hard up Informal In need; poor.
- sunkus (darbas, metas)
- atšiaurus (klimatas)
- hard and fast rules griežtos taisyklės
- hard drink amer. svaiginamasis gėrimas
- hard labour sunkieji darbai
- to be hard up būti sunkioje padėtyje