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  • EN [ fɜːm]
  • US [ fɜːrm]

English definition


  • 1. members of a business organization that owns or operates one or more establishments;

    • "he worked for a brokerage house"


  • 1. become taut or tauter;

    • "Yur muscles will firm when you exercise regularly"
    • "the rope tautened"
  • 2. make taut or tauter;

    • "tauten a rope"


  • 1. marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable;

    • "firm convictions"
    • "a firm mouth"
    • "steadfast resolve"
    • "a man of unbendable perseverence"
    • "unwavering loyalty"
  • 2. not soft or yielding to pressure;

    • "a firm mattress"
    • "the snow was firm underfoot"
    • "solid ground"
  • 3. strong and sure;

    • "a firm grasp"
    • "gave a strong pull on the rope"
  • 4. not subject to revision or change;

    • "a firm contract"
    • "a firm offer"
  • 5. (of especially a person's physical features) not shaking or trembling;

    • "his voice was firm and confident"
    • "a firm step"
  • 6. not liable to fluctuate or especially to fall;

    • "stocks are still firm"
  • 7. securely established;

    • "an established reputation"
    • "holds a firm position as the country's leading poet"
  • 8. marked by the tone and resiliency of healthy tissue;

    • "firm muscles"
  • 9. pleasingly firm and fresh and making a crunching noise when chewed;

    • "crisp carrot and celery sticks"
    • "a firm apple"
    • "crunchy lettuce"
  • 10. securely fixed in place;

    • "the post was still firm after being hit by the car"
  • 11. unwavering in devotion to friend or vow or cause;

    • "a firm ally"
    • "loyal supporters"
    • "the true-hearted soldier...of Tippecanoe"- Campaign song for William Henry Harrison
    • "fast friends"


  • 1. with resolute determination;

    • "we firmly believed it"
    • "you must stand firm"

Example sentences

  • The firm signed on fifty more workers last week.

  • This firm is just a front for their illegal trade in diamonds.

  • You have made great contributions to our firm.

  • Mr. Smith's firm incorporated with others last year.

  • He kept a firm hold on my arm as he helped me over the fence.

  • This foreign firm has little [ not much ] means .

  • The firm is too small to contend against large international companies.

  • The firm closed business for the time of the holiday.

  • The firm is too small to contend against [ with ] large international companies.

  • His muscles are very firm.

  • He is a valuable acquisition to our firm.

  • I wrote to the head of the firm concerning Robert.

  • The government must act to firm prices up.

  • His father's death left him behind the wheel of the firm.

  • A dictator must have a firm hand.

  • The firm closed business for the Christmas holiday.

  • Our firm has just struck a difficult patch.

  • The firm is snowed under with work.

  • We have dealt with that firm for many years.

  • The firm has less money and fewer staff than last year.

  • The firm conveys goods to all parts of the country.

  • My husband travels for a firm.

  • The boss was a firm believer in developing strong teamwork.

  • The firm openly traded in arms.

  • His spade cleaved the firm sand with a satisfying crunch.

  • The company has now amalgamated with another local firm.

  • a summer intern at a law firm

  • The ground was dry and firm underfoot.

  • What struck me about the firm is how genuinely friendly and informal it is.

  • Companies tend to favour the lawyer who has trained with a good quality City firm.

Phrase collocation

  • be on firm ground

    be sure of one's facts or secure in one's position, especially in a discussion

  • a firm hand

    strict discipline or control

Synonym discrimination

  • company, corporation, firm

  • firm, stable, steady

  • firm, hard, solid



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