tough - stopniowanie przymiotnika

Wzór stopniowania przymiotnika tough – stopień równy, wyższy i najwyższy plus przykłady użycia w zdaniach.

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superlative:(the) toughest
  - twardy, nieustępliwy
- trudny, ciężki
Przykłady zdań:


He acts tough but he has a soft heart.
He looks tough but really he's a lamb.
Joe's keen on medieval art. I prefer abstract painting.
I can identify with anyone who's had a tough life. My own has been very difficult.
It's been tough since Ada left, but I'm slowly getting my life back together.
Getting the loan was tough. The bank had some doubts about my credit rating.
Their defenders are a tough bunch. It's almost impossible to get past them.
The human male is often not as tough as he likes to think he is.
It's just grim to learn about the loss of our best account. Advertising is a tough business to be in.
It's tough being a copywriter when the ideas don't come. Sometimes I sit for hours trying to think of stuff.
It's tough enough being an ordinary citizen. I can't even imagine the hassle of running the country.
I've had a tough life, but here I still am!
My generation had it tough. I went through two world wars and the fashions of the fifties.


I'll wear my khaki shorts on the hike. They make me feel tougher than I actually am.
The second round will be a lot tougher than the first, but we have a chance.


We are all like jelly inside, even the toughest of us.

Zobacz stopniowanie innych przymiotników:

« sunny
« sweaty
« sweet
« tall
« tasty
« thick
« thin
« thirsty
« tiny
« tired
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ugly »
warm »
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wealthy »
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white »
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chewy -
chubby -
classy -
coarse -
costly -
creamy -
creepy -
crispy -
crunchy -fancy -
grave -
greasy -
hairy -stingy -
sweaty - Dla czego nie ma tłumaczeń dla tych słówek?

Uwielbiam tą stronę dzięki niej właśnie się dowiedziałem, że nudny to nie tylko boring ale także dull

NightBear- jakich?

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