1. having strength or power greater than average or expected;
2. used of syllables or musical beats
3. not faint or feeble;
4. having or wielding force or authority;
5. having a strong physiological or chemical effect;
6. able to withstand attack;
7. of good quality and condition; solidly built;
8. of verbs not having standard (or regular) inflection;
9. having a high alcoholic content;
10. freshly made or left;
11. strong and sure;
He is now well over sixty, but is still going strong.
He twisted the three ropes to make one very strong rope.
He has a strong desire to meet you.
She is still going strong on the last lap.
The hay was so well stacked that it kept up even in strong winds.
How strong are you?
This wine has a strong delayed effect.
My mother is still going strong though she is in her seventies.
His determination remains as strong as ever despite all the setbacks he has encountered.
We live too far from the city to get a strong television signal.
She has a strong musical bias.
He appears to be strong and healthy , but , as a matter of fact, he suffers from a very weak heart.
Some acids are strong enough to burn the wood.
They reminded me that one can be strong only when united with the collective.
Such strong criticism was completely unwarranted.
Prices [ Markets ] are strong.
I'll make a strong case for your complaint.
He breaks up strong ground with a pick.
A valiant assault force does not fear a strong fortress.
Admiral Nelson is a strong man.
Cass let out in all directions but his attackers were too strong for him.
The defences of the city are strong.
He is very old, yet he is quite strong.
Last night's strong wind nearly took the roof off!
The boss was a firm believer in developing strong teamwork.
Strong tides make swimming dangerous.
Bismarck ruled Germany by a strong hand.
The boy has a strong character.
The antagonism he felt towards his old enemy was still very strong.
Athens had strong ties to the Arab world.
come on strong informal 非正式
behave aggressively or assertively, especially in making sexual advances to someone
improve one's position considerably
he came on strong towards the end of the round.
(informal)continuing to be healthy, vigorous, or successful
the programme is still going strong after twelve series.
he is strong on comedy.
(Brit.)ideas or language likely to be found unacceptably forceful or extreme
one's strong point
something at which one excels
arithmetic had never been my strong point.
healthy, sound, robust, well, strong, vigorous, sturdy, tough, wholesome, fit
resistant beefy hearty substantial massive powerful vigorous intense rugged violent angry hardy athletic durable manly deep sinewy stormy solid conclusive proof respectable potent vivid strapping dynamic stalwart burly healthy single brawny emphatic offensive masculine iron sturdy forceful muscular mighty hard lusty
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