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Перевод:

Adjective: жесткий трудный тяжелый твердый
Adverb: жестко тяжело твердо сильно
Noun: каторга брод песчаное место для высадки на берег проходимое место на топком болоте

Фразы:

hard / heavy / severe blow - сильный, тяжёлый удар

hard copy - напечатанный на бумаге рекламный текст

hard of digestion - трудно усваиваемый

a dose of hard luck - полоса невезения

to drink hard / heavily - пить беспробудно, пить запоем

hard drinker, heavy drinker - горький пьяница

hard drug - сильный наркотик

to be accustomed to working hard - иметь обыкновение много работать

to hard-sell customers on a new product - навязывать покупателям новый товар

to be hard at work - усердно работать

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Примеры:

Times were hard. - Тяжёлые были времена.

It rained hard. - Шёл сильный дождь.

She's had a hard life. - У неё была тяжёлая жизнь.

She was hard to please. - Ей было трудно угодить.

Hit the ball hard. - Сильно ударь по мячу.

Don't drive me too hard. - Не наседай на меня.

He hit me a hard blow. - Он сильно ударил меня.

It is a hard book to read. - Эта книга трудна для чтения.

You're a hard man, John. - Суровый ты мужик, Джон.

We work for a hard master. - Мы работаем на требовательного хозяина.

The student studied hard. - Студент усердно занимался.

This has been a hard winter. - Это была суровая зима.

He hit the ball hard. - Он нанёс сильный удар по мячу.

The ice is frozen hard. - Лёд очень твёрдый.

The snow came down hard. - Шёл сильный снег.

Small type is hard to read. - Мелкий шрифт сложно читать.

Life is hard at times. - Жизнь порой трудна.

He pushed her very hard. - Он очень грубо её отымел.

Mr. Hopkins is hard sick. - Мистер Хопкинс очень болен.

The offer was hard to resist. - Перед этим предложением было трудно устоять.

The success repays hard work. - Успех — это вознаграждение за тяжёлый труд.

I found it hard to concentrate. - Мне было трудно сосредоточиться.

He works much too hard. - Он слишком уж много работает.

The work is pretty hard. - Эта работа довольно тяжёлая.

It was hard to stay awake. - Было трудно не заснуть.

Hard water may be softened. - Жёсткую воду можно смягчить.

Running a farm is hard work. - Работа на ферме — тяжёлый труд.

a hard left to the chin - сильный удар с левой в челюсть

Defeat seemed hard at hand. - Поражение казалось совсем близко.

He hit her hard in the face. - Он сильно ударил её по лицу.

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Связанные термины:

go hard: to cause trouble or unhappiness (to)

hard by: near; close by

hard-on: an erection of the penis

hard up: If you are hard up, you have very little money.

die hard: If you say that habits or attitudes die hard, you mean that they take a very long time to disappear or change, so that it may not be possible to get rid of them completely.

hard-ass: someone who is tough and uncompromising

hard bop: a form of jazz originating in the late 1950s that is rhythmically less complex than bop

hard card: a card or device which fits into a computer's expansion slot, with the purpose of increasing memory, graphics capacity, etc

hard case: a tough person not swayed by sentiment

hard cash: Hard cash is money in the form of notes and coins as opposed to a cheque or a credit card .

hard coal: → anthracite

hard copy: A hard copy of a document is a printed version of it, rather than a version that is stored on a computer.

hard core: Hard core consists of pieces of broken stone that are used as a base on which to build roads.

hard disk: A data-word-id="9919">computer's data-word-id="204">hard data-word-id="8136">disk data-word-id="9794">is a data-word-id="7026">stiff data-word-id="2514">magnetic data-word-id="8136">disk data-word-id="19">on data-word-id="170">which data and programs can be stored.

hard doer: a tough worker at anything

hard drug: a strong, usually illegal, drug which is likely to cause addiction

hard-edge: of, relating to, or denoting a style of painting in which vividly coloured subjects are clearly delineated

hard fern: a common tufted erect fern of the polypody family, Blechnum spicant, having dark-green lanceolate leaves: it prefers acid soils, and in the US is sometimes grown as deer feed

hard hat: A hard hat is a hat made from a hard material, which people wear to protect their heads on building sites or in factories, or when riding a horse .

hard-hit: seriously affected or hurt

hard left: You use hard left to describe those members of a left wing political group or party who have the most extreme political beliefs .

hard lens: a rigid plastic lens which floats on the layer of tears in front of the cornea, worn to correct defects of vision

hard line: an uncompromising course or policy

hard loan: a foreign loan which is to be paid back in an agreed currency which has stability and economic strength

hard luck: If you say that someone had some hard luck, or that a situation was hard luck on them, you mean that something bad happened to them and you are implying that it was not their fault .

hard neck: audacity; nerve

hard news: serious news of widespread import, concerning politics, foreign affairs, or the like, as distinguished from routine news items, feature stories, or human-interest stories

hard pad: (in dogs ) an abnormal increase in the thickness of the foot pads : one of the clinical signs of canine distemper

hard porn: Hard porn is pornography that shows sex in a detailed way, often violent or extreme sex.

hard put: scarcely having the capacity (to do something)

hard race: A race is a competition to see who is the fastest, for example in running, swimming, or driving.

hard road: The road to a particular result is the means of achieving it or the process of achieving it.

hard rock: a rhythmically simple and usually highly amplified style of rock and roll

hard roe: the ovary of a female fish filled with mature eggs

hard sell: A hard sell is a method of selling in which the salesperson puts a lot of pressure on someone to make them buy something.

hard-set: plagued by difficulties

hard-spun: (of yarn ) spun with a firm close twist

hard tack: whisky

hard tick: any of various small parasitic arachnids of the family Ixodidae, typically living on the skin of warm-blooded animals and feeding on the blood and tissues of their hosts : order Acarina ( mites and ticks )

hard time: You use time or times to talk about a particular period in history or in your life.

hard top: A hard top is a vehicle that has a permanent rigid roof .

hard way: If you refer to a way of doing something, you are referring to how you can do it, for example the action you can take or the method you can use to achieve it.

hard-won: If you describe something that someone has gained or achieved as hard-won, you mean that they worked hard to gain or achieve it.

rock-hard: Something that is rock-hard is very hard indeed.

hard-assed: tough and uncompromising

hard-bitten: If you describe someone as hard-bitten, you are critical of them because they do not show much emotion or have much sympathy for other people, usually because they have experienced many unpleasant things.

hard-boiled: A hard-boiled egg has been boiled in its shell until the whole of the inside is solid.

hard border: a border between countries that is strictly controlled by officials, police, or the military

hard-bound: → hardcover

hard candy: candy, often fruit flavored, made by boiling together sugar and corn syrup

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Однокоренные слова:

hard up - в трудном положении, сильно нуждающийся, нуждающийся

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