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Meaning & Definition of Strong in English

English

Strong

/strɔŋ/

adjective

1. Having strength or power greater than average or expected

  • "A strong radio signal"
  • "Strong medicine"
  • "A strong man"
    synonym:
  • strong

2. Not faint or feeble

  • "A strong odor of burning rubber"
    synonym:
  • strong

3. Having or wielding force or authority

  • "Providing the ground soldier with increasingly potent weapons"
    synonym:
  • potent
  • ,
  • strong

4. Having a strong physiological or chemical effect

  • "A potent toxin"
  • "Potent liquor"
  • "A potent cup of tea", "a stiff drink"
    synonym:
  • potent
  • ,
  • strong
  • ,
  • stiff

5. Immune to attack

  • Incapable of being tampered with
  • "An impregnable fortress"
  • "Fortifications that made the frontier inviolable"
  • "A secure telephone connection"
    synonym:
  • impregnable
  • ,
  • inviolable
  • ,
  • secure
  • ,
  • strong
  • ,
  • unassailable
  • ,
  • unattackable

6. Of good quality and condition

  • Solidly built
  • "A solid foundation"
  • "Several substantial timber buildings"
    synonym:
  • solid
  • ,
  • strong
  • ,
  • substantial

7. Of verbs not having standard (or regular) inflection

  • "`sing' is a strong verb"
    synonym:
  • strong

8. Being distilled rather than fermented

  • Having a high alcoholic content
  • "Hard liquor"
    synonym:
  • hard
  • ,
  • strong

9. Freshly made or left

  • "A warm trail"
  • "The scent is warm"
    synonym:
  • strong
  • ,
  • warm

10. Strong and sure

  • "A firm grasp"
  • "Gave a strong pull on the rope"
    synonym:
  • firm
  • ,
  • strong

Examples of using

Calvinism had a very strong impact.
He is as strong as I am.
He has a very strong Bahian accent.