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strongly worded


Definition (British English)

strongly, strong
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

strongly, strong
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

strongly, strong
Merriam Webster


strongly, strong
Online Etymology Dictionary

scharf formuliert




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strongly-wordedLast post 02 Mar 08, 14:28
aus einem letter to the editor: Dear Sir, I have read with interest your strongly-worded a…1 Replies
strongly worded warningLast post 05 Oct 06, 17:35
The US issues a strongly worded warning that it will not accept a nuclear-armed North Korea …3 Replies
etwas ist scharf formuliert.Last post 04 Sep 10, 11:47
..., doch die Bedingungen sind scharf formuliert... kann man da "defined" als scharf verwen…4 Replies
randy - geil, scharfLast post 23 Jan 19, 23:05
This word is not used in American English, but I have heard it used by the Irish and the Bri…21 Replies
blew strong vs blew stronglyLast post 25 Oct 06, 00:08
The wind blew strongly/strong. Is it correct to use the adjective here? I would use the adve…2 Replies
anders formuliert.... Last post 22 Sep 09, 19:27
Irish step dancer Michael Flately has never been known for his modesty. Bare chested and hun…2 Replies
strongLast post 07 Sep 08, 00:42
Wenn ich hier bei relativ kaltem Winter keine Jacke anhabe, fragen mich meine chinesischen K…0 Replies
overheated - scharfLast post 25 Dec 08, 09:12
1. As air is pushed into the overheated rooms and the source of cool rooms, it will mix in t…3 Replies
harsh - scharfLast post 30 May 07, 10:08
LEO: scharf - caustic (u.a.) harsh - barsch, herb, rau, unglimpflich \t http://dict.leo.or…1 Replies
"strongly" oder "perfectly"Last post 22 Feb 08, 21:03
I spent a term/semester/year in Germany, which gave me the opportunity to improve my written…2 Replies

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