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hard 中文

EN[hɑːd] [hɑɹd] [-ɑː(ɹ)d]
US
硬的, 困难的 努力地
FR hard

    Definition of hard in English Dictionary

  • 名词 (Noun)PLhardsSUF-ard
    1. (nautical) A firm or paved beach or slope convenient for hauling vessels out of the water.
      1. (drugs, colloquial) SLA crack cocaine.
      2. 形容词 (Adjective)COMharderSUPhardest
        1. (of material or fluid) Having a severe property; presenting difficulty.
          1. This bread is so stale and hard, I can barely cut it. ‎
        2. (personal or social) Having a severe property; presenting difficulty.
          1. a hard problem
          2. a hard life
          3. a hard master;  a hard heart;  hard words;  a hard character
          4. don't be so hard on yourself
          5. The stag was too hard for the horse.
        3. Unquestionable.
          1. hard evidence
        4. (of a road intersection) Having a comparatively larger or a ninety-degree angle.
          1. At the intersection, there are two roads going to the left. Take the hard left. ‎
        5. SLA (vulgar, of a male) Sexually aroused.
          1. I got so hard watching two hot girls wrestle each other on the beach. ‎
        6. (bodybuilding) Having muscles that are tightened as a result of intense, regular exercise.
          1. (phonetics, not comparable).
            1. There is a hard c in "clock" and a soft c in "centre". ‎
            2. Hard k, t, s, ch, as distinguished from soft, g, d, z, j
          2. (art) Having a severe property; presenting a barrier to enjoyment.
            1. (not comparable) In the form of a hard copy.
              1. We need both a digital archive and a hard archive.
          3. 副词 (Adverb)COMharderSUPhardest
            1. (manner) With much force or effort.
              1. He hit the puck hard up the ice.
              2. They worked hard all week.
              3. At the intersection, bear hard left.
              4. The recession hit them especially hard.
              5. Think hard about your choices.
            2. (manner) With difficulty.
              1. His degree was hard earned.
              2. The vehicle moves hard.
            3. OBS So as to raise difficulties.
              1. (manner) Compactly.
                1. The lake had finally frozen hard.
              2. (now archaic) Near, close.
              3. 更多范例
                1. 用于句中
                  • I have a hard time tuning out a television that is on.
                  • Green traffic lights look white to me, which makes them hard to distinguish from streetlights from far away. - First Usenet use via Google Groups, 9 May 1981 00:31:59-PDT, CSVAX.halbert at Berkeley
                  • I don't know how much seatbelts protect you from accidents, but I certainly don't want to find out the hard way, so I use them either way.
                2. 用于句尾
                  • I've got so many split ends – I think I must be working too hard.
                  • Kate enjoyed the postshot celebration, but after an hour of chatting and grazing the sandwich buffet, fatigue hit hard.
              • 词类阶层 (Part-of-Speech Hierarchy)
                1. 形容词
                  • 副词
                    • 行为副词
                    • 名词
                      • 可数名词
                    相关连结:
                    1. fr hard
                    2. en hardly
                    3. en harder
                    4. en hardy
                    5. en hardened
                    资料来源: 维基词典

                    Meaning of hard for the defined word.

                    在语法上,这个单字"hard"是一个形容词。它同时也是一个副词,更具体地来说,是一个行为副词。它同时也是一个名词,更具体地来说,是一个可数名词
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