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Definition (British English)

strongly, strong
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Definition (American English)

strongly, strong
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strongly, strong
Merriam Webster


strongly, strong
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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
-fest, fest - das FestLast post 05 Nov 14, 23:46
-fest in nouns denoting a festival or gathering of a specified kind: a media-fest a gabfest h1 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
Molly FestLast post 25 Dec 08, 09:12
Has anyone heard of this? I read on the Internet that's this event is a fundraiser by the Mc…3 Replies
"strongly" oder "perfectly"Last post 24 Jan 20, 13:48
I spent a term/semester/year in Germany, which gave me the opportunity to improve my written…11 Replies
to strongly suggestLast post 30 Nov 07, 17:29
"This pattern of radioactive and immunoreactive peaks strongly suggests that ...." Due to th7 Replies
it is strongly recommended - es wird streng empfohlenLast post 29 Jul 11, 17:07
Ehrlich gesagt habe ich als Muttersprachlerin noch nie den Ausdruck "etwas wird streng empfo…10 Replies
festLast post 28 Aug 03, 22:38
Kann man das Wort "fest" benutzen wie "schnell" und "hart". Was ich meine, zum Beispiel: "…44 Replies
strong flourLast post 13 Dec 09, 12:20
Mal wieder eine Backanfrage ;-) plain flour - gewöhnliches weißes Mehl self-raising flour -…3 Replies
strong, heavyLast post 15 Oct 08, 23:13
Hallo. A strong storm or a heavy storm. Wass passt besser? Danke21 Replies

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