tough - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "tough" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

tough / жесткий, тяжелый, крутой
имя прилагательное
hard, tough, rigid, stiff, harsh, rough
heavy, hard, severe, difficult, grave, tough
steep, abrupt, tough, sharp, precipitous, drastic
hard, tough
rough, roughly, tough, rudely, grossly, coarsely
имя существительное
bully, hooligan, hoodlum, ruffian, tough, rowdy
bandit, thug, gangster, gunman, mobster, tough
withstand, stand, survive, support, sustain, tough
имя прилагательное
(of a substance or object) strong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough or careless handling.
tough backpacks for climbers
involving considerable difficulty or hardship; requiring great determination or effort.
the training has been quite tough
имя существительное
a tough person, especially a gangster or criminal.
young toughs sporting their state-of-the-art firearms
endure a period of hardship or difficulty.
We've been trying to tough it out but it's difficult to come together in a short space of time under a new coach.
It was in that role that Howard chiselled out a reputation for being tough and uncompromising.
‘It's been pretty tough on her as she's had a lot of catching up to do but we're trying to get her on the track as quick as we can,’ he said.
To have to go through that family scandal and still be a sweet, genuine person - how tough she was to endure that.
The balls used in boccia are mainly made of tough leather and filled with a grain-like substance.
The meat was a little tough , but the flavour, infused with lemon, was delicious, a light meat somewhere between lamb and beef.
If you have ever polished some hard, tough material like metal or marble you know how much energy it takes.
He then fought and won a hard match with the tough Mr. D. to take back his crown.
She may be tough and indifferent on the outside but I could see that deep inside she was experiencing tremendous pain and sorrow.
His mother had to move her seven children (Cisse is the youngest) from a pleasant country town to a tough estate in Arles.
But these lads are from the inner city with all the dangers and things that go on in tough areas.