He won't be easily discouraged, because he's a tough guy.
He seems like a softy on the surface, but at the core he's got an iron will that makes him an extremely tough negotiator.
The heart itself is nothing more nor less than a large, tough, leather-like muscle.
It must be nice having someone who sticks around even when times get tough.
1. A customs officer was asking him lots of tough questions. / 2. Tough luck!
Whoo! Today's practice is tough - much harder than usual.
After having spent so much money on Christmas gifts, she found herself in a tough spot.
You should invest a little bit of your income into your career in these tough economic times.
No sooner had we finished working on one tough problem than the president sent us yet another straight from the top.
I'm sure it's tough taking part in the activities of two clubs, but good luck!
Work on the boat is tough but I can't see myself in any other profession.
The surgeon remarked that his patient was tough and that he should make a full recovery with no aftereffects.
It was a tough job. They asked some tough questions. Recently she’s had a tough time. It’s tough being married to a cop.
Earth we're finding that life in very primitive form exists in the most extreme environments, these are the so called 'extremophiles' that exist at the bottom of the oceans... So life is much, much tougher.
English word "twardy"(tough) occurs in sets:Sprzęt sportowy i miejsca [repetytorium LONGMAN]konstrukcje love prefere choose etcMarket Leader, Unit 5 - Job Satisfaction [EXCERSISES]Angielski Chemiczny klasa 2 technikum NooBYMeals and their preparation / Posiłki i ich przygo...
A pick is a long handled tool used for breaking up hard ground surfaces.
The hard rain spoiled our hike through the woods.
Mary has a bad back. It's hard for her to lift things.
I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard to find another place to live.
He's somewhat hard of hearing, so please speak louder.
It is hard for an old man to change his way of thinking.
His success is attributed more to hard work than to genius.
Whether you succeed or not depends on how hard you study.
A chance to do as we please, especially to do as little hard work as possible, is a secret desire of almost everybody.
Please don't boil the eggs so hard.
Many people in these parts have fallen on hard times.
Just staying alive in these times is hard enough.
My heart is pounding so hard it feels like it's going to explode.
The reason for your failure is that you did not try hard enough.
English word "twardy"(hard) occurs in sets:1.1. ME AND MY LANGUAGES - vocabularyFiszki z książki - "The Slant Book" (Peter Newell)Fiszki z książki - "Tom Gerrard 1904" (Louis Becke)Fiszki z książki - "Admiral Jellicoe" (Arthur Applin)Justina 12th Dec 2014 (+ 15 min)
Our friendship remained firm.
International Business Machines Corporation, based in Armonk, New York, is the world's largest computer firm.
Bodybuilding is his hobby so he has a very firm tight body with lots of muscle definition.
Please forward this message along with the seminar information to the appropriate managers in your firm.
An investors' group is attempting a leveraged buy-out of the firm.
After fifteen years at a building firm, Bill Pearson was given the responsible position of area manager.
Mr. Naruhodo's law firm is "The World's Leading Energy Law Firm".
Our firm is a giant one, and there are some rules and regulations, which should be revised or rescinded to reduce red tape and increase efficiency.
That is what I will try to do – to speak the truth as best I can, humbled by the task before us, and firm in my belief that the interests we share as human beings are far more powerful than the forces that drive us apart.
The firm provides its workers with their uniforms, but they are expected to have them regularly cleaned.
No building can stand without firm foundations, and neither can a marriage.
I agree, and I want to underline the paramount importance of being both fair and firm at the same time.
It is a firm rule in newspaper articles that second-hand information is clearly noted as such.
when workers of more than one firm will be working simultaneously (or consecutively) on the construction site;
English word "twardy"(firm) occurs in sets:Land of invention 3.2food - taste and textureGOLD lesson 10Ola podręcznik 2 (1,2z 5)Spanie + narzekanie
Ice is solid.
The process by which substances are turned directly from a solid state into a gas is called sublimation.
The bureaucrats maintain solid ties with the gigantic corporations.
He had established a solid reputation as a man of character.
The sea ice is highly variable - frozen solid during cold, calm weather and broken up in large areas of open water during storms.
Globalization has gone mad: why transport Spanish cucumbers to exterminate the Northern Germans when half of them live in Mallorca? We need to rationalize all of that and adopt a more solid method of bacterial decontamination.
Cheese is a solid food made from the milk of cows, goats, sheep, and other mammals.
solid three days/ solid partnership/ solid pices
it works by building up layer upon layer of material to make solid objects
In the old days people used to build solid comfortable houses.
Banks are usually solid buildings, so that their strength reassures customers.
It took me two solid months to finish that job.
As yet, they have no solid evidence.
Can you do me a solid?
English word "twardy"(solid) occurs in sets:Fast Track, 1-4
Throughout the five years of painful cancer treatments, he managed to keep a stiff upper lip.
He was out of shape when he took a long hike with his sons, and he was stiff and sore the next day.
Akagi sprained an ankle during practice so before the game he taped it up until it was stiff as a board.
If it continues to be stimulated the skin's protective function causes thickening and it becomes stiff and hard with pores that stand out.
Might be a bit stiff... "Stiff?" "I mean the viscosity is too high."
The businessman is trying to keep his people on the go by keeping a stiff upper lip, but they are just acting like a dying duck in a thunderstorm.
They didn't know what was happening and it was so dark that we were scared to stiff, the more so because we hit something.
Definition something that is stiff doesn’t move as easily as it ought to
Definition if you feel stiff, your muscles and joints move only with difficulty because you are ill, or because you have been very active, or because you have been in the same position for a long time
Tepper sat with narrow eyes and stiff posture, his arm resting on his table.
Another stiff. Just look at him. He is so illuminated he can't walk straight.
Some people say that they should expel stiffs from public parks.
My boss is a noid. He thinks that everybody tries to stiff him.
The ballerinas around the walls are stretching their legs and feet so their muscles will not become stiff.