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strongly cohesive

Definition (British English)

strongly, strong, cohesive
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

strongly, strong, cohesive
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

strongly, strong, cohesive
Merriam Webster


strongly, strong, cohesive
Online Etymology Dictionary


Forum discussions containing the search term

cohesiveLast post 22 Jan 09, 11:11
They focus on fairly cohesive sets of policies Was bedeutet "cohesive" in diesem Zusammenha…3 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
strongLast post 07 Sep 08, 00:42
Wenn ich hier bei relativ kaltem Winter keine Jacke anhabe, fragen mich meine chinesischen K…0 Replies
cohesive device Last post 25 Dec 08, 09:12
There is an appropriate structure and the student makes good use of cohesive devices. (asse…3 Replies
cohesive tractionLast post 17 Mar 10, 00:37
The cohesive traction at the mathematical tip is fu whereas the crack opening at the physica…1 Replies
"strongly" oder "perfectly"Last post 30 Oct 09, 12:36
I spent a term/semester/year in Germany, which gave me the opportunity to improve my written…1 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
strong flourLast post 28 Aug 03, 22:38
Mal wieder eine Backanfrage ;-) plain flour - gewöhnliches weißes Mehl self-raising flour -…44 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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