tough

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} zorlu

Dış görünüşte bir sümsük gibi görünüyor. Fakat özünde onu zorlu bir delege yapan sağlam bir iradesi var. - 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.

Tom çok zorlu bir öğretmen. - Tom is a very tough teacher.

zor

Tom Mary'yi hastaneye gitmesi için ikna etmenin zor olacağını biliyordu. - Tom knew it was going to be tough to convince Mary to go to the hospital.

Şimdiki patronumu memnun etmek zordur. - My immediate boss is tough to please.

çetin

Tom'un ne kadar çetin olabileceğini biliyorsun. - You know how tough Tom can be.

Tom çetin bir müzakereci. - Tom is a tough negotiator.

{s} dayanıklı

Tom herkesin onun olduğunu söylediği kadar dayanıklı değil. - Tom isn't as tough as everyone says he is.

Bu dayanıklı ve güvenilir bir araç. - It's a tough and reliable vehicle.

{s} sağlam

Dış görünüşte bir sümsük gibi görünüyor. Fakat özünde onu zorlu bir delege yapan sağlam bir iradesi var. - 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.

{s} kart (et); sert (kösele v.b.)
{i} kabadayı
haşin
pişkince
külhanbeyi
(Argo) maganda
müsamaha etmeyen
ödün vermeyen
(Argo) şehir eşkıyası
sert (kösele vb)
adadiyoz
uzayabilir
abanoz gibi
tok
direşken
bıçkın
rezil
kart
güçlü

Devir kötü. Güçlü olmaya çalış! - Times are tough. Try to be strong!

Atletler sadece fiziksel olarak değil fakat aynı zamanda zihinsel olarak da güçlü olmalılar. - Athletes must be tough not only physically, but also mentally.

talihsiz
katı
güç

Devir kötü. Güçlü olmaya çalış! - Times are tough. Try to be strong!

Atletler sadece fiziksel olarak değil fakat aynı zamanda zihinsel olarak da güçlü olmalılar. - Athletes must be tough not only physically, but also mentally.

(et/vb.) sert
berbat
{s} sert

Filin derisi çok serttir. - The elephant's skin is very tough.

Sert oynamanın bir faydası yok. - It's no use playing tough.

şansız
saldırgan (kimse)
güçlük
{s} sert; ödün vermeyen; müsamaha etmeyen: You need to take a tough stance when it comes to
{i} sert kimse
{s} baş belâsı
kart (et)
suç batağı
demir gibi
become tough
sertleşmek
toughness
sertlik
tough-looking
Sert görünüşlü
tough competition
(Ticaret) yoğun rekabet
tough competition
(Ticaret) aşırı rekabet
tough competition environment
(Ticaret) aşırı rekabet ortamı
tough cookie
(Ev ile ilgili) çetin ceviz
tough cookie
(Ev ile ilgili) kararlı, güçlü kişi
tough guy
taş fırın erkeği
tough guy
kabadayı
tough nut to crack
(deyim) çetin ceviz
tough solar
soruşturulan
tough minded
inatçı
tough row to hoe
çetin ceviz
tough stalk
dayanıklı sap
tough break
(deyim) Kötü şans, talihsiz bir olay
tough cookie
dişli, mücadele edilmesi zor kişi
tough luck
(deyim) Bir girişim sonucunda, sonucun şansla orantılı olarak başarısız sonuçlandığı düşünüldüğünde söylenen söz. Türkçedeki "yapacak bir şey yok" ya da "kısmet!" sözcüklerine anlamca yakındır
tough luck!
şansım var!
tough out
kararlı bir şekilde, azimle bir sorunun üzerine gitmek
tough out
(deyim) Dayanmak, göğüs germek, karşı koymak
tough pill to swallow
sert hap yutmak
tough shit
(deyim) (ARGO) Amma şans ha!

They lost a lot of money on their investment. - Tough luck - they should have been more careful..

tough something out
(deyim) Dayanmak, göğüs germek, karşı koymak
tough times
zor zamanlar
tough to read
anlaması zor
tough, robust
Sağlam sert
tough-love
hoşgörüsüz sevgi
tough; having strong sinews
zor; sahip güçlü sinews
tough as nails
çok güçlü (kimse)
tough customer
(deyim) belali adam
too tough
çok zor
toughness
tokluk
toughness
dayanım
as tough as
kadar sert
make tough
sertleştir
toughness
dayanıklılık
toughness
katılaşma
a hard/tough nut to crack
k. dili çetin ceviz
a tough
zor
as tough as
gibi sert
cohesive, tenacious, tough
Kuvvetli, sert tutarlı
hang tough
Kaba takılıyorum
have a tough time
(deyim) Zor bir zamandan geçmek
in particular, a tough, a thug
özellikle, sert bir katil
rough and tough
kaba ve sert
source of a tough elastic wood
zor bir elastik ahşap kaynağı
tougher
zor
toughest
zor

Onların aracı dünyadaki en zorlu yarışlardan birine girdi. - Their car entered one of the toughest races in the world.

Bütün rakiplerin en zorlusu görünüyordu. - He looked the toughest of all the challengers.

when the going gets tough
çetin geçen zaman
when times get tough
zor zamanlarda
get tough
saldırgan
get tough
sert
it's tough
bu çok sert
toughly
inatla/güçlükle/sertçe
toughly
dayanıklı bir şekilde
toughness
{i} kabadayılık
toughness
sağlamlık
toughness
{i} belâlılık
toughness
sıkılık
toughness
{i} zorluk
toughness
{i} inatçılık
İngilizce - İngilizce
To toughen
Stubborn

He had a reputation as a tough negotiator.

difficult to cut or chew

To soften a tough cut of meat, the recipe suggested simmering it for hours.

difficult or demanding

This is a tough crowd.

A person who obtains things by force; a thug or bully

They were doing fine until they encountered a bunch of toughs from the opposition.

rowdy or rough

A bunch of the tough boys from the wrong side of the tracks threatened him.

Used to indicate lack of sympathy

If you don't like it, tough!.

rugged or physically hardy

Only a tough species will survive in the desert.

To endure
harsh or severe
Undergoing plastic deformation before breaking
strong and resilient; sturdy

The tent, made of tough canvas, held up to many abuses.

A tough way of life or period of time is difficult or full of suffering. He was having a really tough time at work. = rough
{a} not brittle, stiff, strong, clammy
very difficult; severely testing stamina or resolution; "a rugged competitive examination"; "the rugged conditions of frontier life"; "the competition was tough"; "it's a tough life"; "it was a tough job"
If you describe someone as tough, you mean that they are rough and violent. He had shot three people dead earning himself a reputation as a tough guy. A tough is a tough person. Three burly toughs elbowed their way to the front
physically toughened; "the tough bottoms of his feet"
{i} ruffian, rowdy
Hard-skinned Pokémon
Undergoing plastic deformation before breaking. See also toughness
too bad!
Astringent or hard; wiry; tannic
Tough meat is difficult to cut and chew. The steak was tough and the peas were like bullets
Stiff; rigid; not flexible; stubborn; as, a tough bow
not given to gentleness or sentimentality; "a tough character"
If someone who is trying to achieve something hangs tough, they remain determined and do not give up, even when there are difficulties or problems. The White House is hanging tough for a good agreement to be reached. tough out to deal with a difficult situation by being determined, rather than leaving or changing your decision
unfortunate or hard to bear; "had hard luck"; "a tough break"
tough to cut or chew physically toughened; "the tough bottoms of his feet" not given to gentleness or sentimentality; "a tough character
Having the quality of flexibility without brittleness; yielding to force without breaking; capable of resisting great strain; as, the ligaments of animals are remarkably tough
Not easily separated; viscous; clammy; tenacious; as, tough phlegm
A tough substance is strong, and difficult to break, cut, or tear. In industry, diamond can form a tough, non-corrosive coating for tools
Tough policies or actions are strict and firm. He is known for taking a tough line on security = strong
{s} strong, durable, robust, unyielding; difficult
A tough task or problem is difficult to do or solve. It was a very tough decision but we feel we made the right one = hard
tough to cut or chew
what mark-DM says when you are unaware of, don’t understand, or disagree with a Worlorn rule that prevents you from accomplishing what you want to do it translates roughly to: “if you don’t like it, find out why it is so; maybe you can change circumstances, but you’re screwed in this place and this time ”
Severe; violent; as, a tough storm
A tough person is strong and determined, and can tolerate difficulty or suffering. He built up a reputation as a tough businessman She is tough and ambitious. + toughness tough·ness Mrs Potter has won a reputation for toughness and determination on her way to the top
an aggressive and violent young criminal
feeling physical discomfort or pain (`tough' is occasionally used colloquially for `bad'); "my throat feels bad"; "she felt bad all over"; "he was feeling tough after a restless night"
Someone who exhibits courage and defience during a conflict. This is usually one of violence or potential violence
Astringent; tannic
A tough place or area is considered to have a lot of crime and violence. She doesn't seem cut out for this tough neighbourhood = rough
Not easily broken; able to endure hardship; firm; strong; as, tough sinews
a cruel and brutal fellow
tough to cut or chew physically toughened; "the tough bottoms of his feet"
not given to gentleness or sentimentality; "a tough character
substantially made or constructed; "sturdy steel shelves"; "sturdy canvas"; "a tough all-weather fabric"; "some plastics are as tough as metal"
violent and lawless; "the more ruffianly element"; "tough street gangs"
someone who learned to fight in the streets rather than being formally trained in the sport of boxing
tough call
A choice or judgment which is difficult to make, especially one involving only two alternatives

Will it work? It's a tough call.

tough case
A person who is difficult to work with

Due to Mary's ignorance, she was a tough case.

tough cookie
A person who can endure physical or mental hardship; a hardened, strong-willed person

Although she's a small-framed woman, we all believed she came through the Marines and maybe ate nails for breakfast because she's one tough cookie, said Horace Taylor.

tough cookies
plural form of tough cookie
tough cookies
Too bad (for you); the outcome one desires is not likely to evolve, due to active intervention by the speaker
tough love
The compassionate use of stringent disciplinary measures, to attempt to improve someone's behavior

When it came to Latin America's economic travails, Bush adhered to the principle of tough love: no more bailouts.

tough luck
bad luck
tough nut to crack
A difficult or sticky problem

Defending against malware has become a tough nut to crack as programs become ever more cleverly designed.

tough out
To endure

He toughed it out.

tough road to hoe
Misconstruction of tough row to hoe
tough row to hoe
A difficult or arduous task

Raising three kids by himself is going to be a tough row to hoe.

tough shit
Too bad (for you); the outcome one desires is not likely to evolve, due to active intervention by the speaker
tough titties
plural form of tough titty
tough titties
Too bad (for you); the outcome one desires is not likely to evolve, due to active intervention by the speaker
tough titty
Too bad (for you); the outcome one desires is not likely to evolve, due to active intervention by the speaker
tough toodles
Too bad (for you); the outcome one desires is not likely to evolve, due to active intervention by the speaker
tough tuchus
Too bad (for you); the outcome one desires is not likely to evolve, due to active intervention by the speaker
tough-skinned
Resilient; able to endure hardship or criticism, with no apparent adverse effects

She's tough-skinned, if she can work for slave drivers like those guys.

tough shit
(Slang) bad luck; rejection to request for sympathy
tough cookie
a person who is difficult to deal with
tough break
(deyim) Unlucky event, misfortune

He received a tough break when he became sick immediately before the music contest.

tough cookies
(deyim) That is too bad. (Said as a reply to someone relating an unfortunate situation.)
tough luck
(deyim) That is too bad. (Said as a reply to someone relating an unfortunate situation.)
tough out
(deyim) Withstand (a difficult, trying, etc situation) stoically or with great endurance, stamina, etc

He lost his job and had to tough out the winter with hardly any money for heating.

tough shit
(OFFENSIVE) said to show that you have no sympathy for someone's problems or difficulties

They lost a lot of money on their investment. - Tough luck - they should have been more careful..

tough something out
(deyim) Withstand (a difficult, trying, etc situation) stoically or with great endurance, stamina, etc

He lost his job and had to tough out the winter with hardly any money for heating.

tough-minded
Facing facts and difficulties with strength and determination; realistic and resolute
tough approach
hard approach, difficult way
tough cookie
If you describe someone as a tough cookie, you mean that they are unemotional and are not easily hurt by what people say or do
tough cookie
strong person who doesn't give up
tough customer
unpleasant person, person who is hard to deal with
tough guy
someone who bullies weaker people
tough guy
demanding person, rough guy, aggressive guy
tough love
Tough love is the practice of being very strict with a relative or friend who has an addiction or other problem in order to help them overcome the problem. the activities of black communities in identifying their own law-breaking youths and then administering tough love. The use of strict disciplinary measures and limitations on freedoms or privileges, as by a parent or guardian, as a means of fostering responsibility and expressing care or concern
tough luck
bad fortune
tough luck
misfortune: an unfortunate state resulting from unfavorable outcomes
tough meat
meat that is not tender
tough nut
tough nut to crack, tough issue
tough pill to swallow
medication that is hard to ingest; (Slang) situation or fact that is difficult to accept
tough terms
difficult conditions
tough to forget
hard to forget, almost impossible to forget
tough-minded
facing facts or difficulties realistically and with determination
hang tough
To remain strong-willed or brave, especially when experiencing duress or adversity

But Hoop Dreams isn't mainly about sport, or even about life and death in the inner city. It's about families hanging tough on nerve and prayer.

toughness
Resistance to fracture when stressed
toughness
The state of being tough
toughness
A formidable difficulty
when the going gets tough, the tough get going
in difficult times, it is the strong-willed who take action
toughness
Ability of a metal to absorb energy and deform plastically before fracturing
toughly
{a} in a tough manner, with toughness
toughness
{n} firmness, tenacity, clamminess
hang tough
(deyim) Be or remain inflexible or firmly resolved
adverb tough 4
in a way that shows you are very determined
be a tough act to follow
(Slang) be so successful or talented that it would be difficult to surpass
noun tough 3
someone who often behaves in a violent way
take a tough stance
take a firm stand, take a firm position
toughener
Something used to toughen
toughener
{i} something which hardens, something which makes stronger
tougher
Comparative form of tough; more tough
toughest
superlative of tough
toughly
rigidly, harshly, severely
toughly
in a ruggedly tough manner; "toughly vigorous story-telling"
toughly
in a ruggedly tough manner; "toughly vigorous story-telling
toughly
In a tough manner
toughness
formidable difficulty
toughness
The quality or state of being tough
toughness
The ability of a metal to absorb energy and deform plastically before fracturing Toughness is usually measured by the energy absorbed in a notch impact test, but the area under the stress-strain curve in tensile testing is also a measure of toughness
toughness
the resistance to fracture when stressed
toughness
The ability of the metal to absorb energy and to deform plastically during fracture Toughness values obtained in testing depend upon the test temperature, the rate of loading, the size of the test specimen, as well as the presence of a notch and its acuity
toughness
the state of being tough and strong (withstanding force)
toughness
(Tgh) = a characters resistance to damage Characters with high Toughness take less damage from a given attack than characters with low Toughness
toughness
a measure of the energy absorbed before and during the fracture process; it is equal to the area under the tensile stress-strain curve
toughness
Measure of mechanical energy that can be withstood by a material before a fracture develops
toughness
the ability to aborb energy of deformation without breaking High toughness requires both high strength and high ductility
toughness
the property of being big and strong
toughness
The ability of a metal to rapidly distribute within itself both the stress and strain caused by a suddenly applied load, or more simply expressed, the ability of a material to withstand shock loading It is the exact opposite of "brittleness" which carries the implication of sudden failure A brittle material has little resistance to failure once the elastic limit has been reached
toughness
An Attribute, representing the wrestler's ability to withstand physical assault, his resistance to damage and injury Not to be confused with Stamina
toughness
Tendency of a material to absorb work
toughness
{i} difficulty; intensity
toughness
A measure of the ability of a material to absorb energy
toughness
Toughness is the resistance of a material to fracture or break It is usually measured in units of energy
toughness
The ability of a finish to withstand abrasion, scratches, etc
toughness
enduring strength and energy
toughness
Property of resisting fracture or distortion Usually measured by impact test, high impact values indicating high toughness Capacity of a metal to absorb energy and deform plastically before fracturing Ability of a metal to absorb energy and deform plastically before fracturing It is usually measured by the energy absorbed in a notch impact test, but the area under the stress-strain curve in tensile testing is also a measure of toughness
toughness
A measure of a material's ability to absorb work, or the actual work per unit volume or unit mass of material that is required to rupture it Toughness is proportional to the area under the load-elongation curve from the origin to the breaking point
toughness
impressive difficulty
toughness
A mechanical property of wood, or quality that enables the material to undergo considerable deformation before breaking, and results in a splintery failure upon rupture A tough wood will absorb a relatively large amount of energy, and will withstand repeated shocks without complete failure
toughness
A rock's resistance to crushing or breaking
toughness
The physical property of a metal that allows the metal to bend or stretch without breaking
toughness
the elasticity and hardness of a metal object; its ability to absorb considerable energy before cracking
toughness
A property of wood that enables it to absorb a relatively large amount of energy, to withstand repeated shocks, and to undergo considerable deformation before breaking
toughs
plural of tough
when the going gets tough
when things become difficult
Türkçe - İngilizce

tough teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

kösele gibi leathery, tough
(food)
pek canlı hardy, tough
(someone) who possesses endurance
tough