Sinónimos de tough en inglés:

tough


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adjetivo

1‘they had tough leather gloves’

SINÓNIMOS
durable, strong, resilient, resistant, sturdy, rugged, firm, solid, substantial, sound, stout, indestructible, unbreakable, hard, rigid, stiff, inflexible, toughened
hard-wearing, long-lasting, heavy-duty, well built, made to last
ANTÓNIMOS

soft, fragile, flimsy

2‘the hastily prepared steak was tough’

SINÓNIMOS
chewy, leathery, gristly, stringy, fibrous, sinewy, cartilaginous
ANTÓNIMOS

tender

3‘he must have been a tough little lad to have survived it all’

SINÓNIMOS
resilient, strong, hardy, gritty, determined, resolute, dogged, stalwart
rugged, fit, robust, powerful, red-blooded, doughty
hardened, cynical, hard-bitten
coloquial hard, tough as old boots, as tough as old boots
ANTÓNIMOS

weak, sentimental

4‘he conceded the need for tough sentencing’

SINÓNIMOS
strict, stern, severe, hard, harsh, firm, hard-hitting, adamant, inflexible, unyielding, unbending, uncompromising, unsentimental, unsympathetic
merciless, ruthless, callous, hard-hearted, uncaring, cold, cool, stony, stony-hearted, flinty
coloquial hard-nosed, hard-boiled
Norteamericano coloquial badass
ANTÓNIMOS

soft, light

5‘a tough area of London’

SINÓNIMOS
rough, rowdy, unruly, disorderly, violent, wild, lawless, lawbreaking, criminal
vicious, callous, hardened

6‘my father had a tough job underground’

SINÓNIMOS
arduous, onerous, difficult, demanding, hard, heavy, taxing, burdensome, tiring, exhausting, punishing, wearying, fatiguing, laborious, strenuous, exacting, troublesome, formidable, stressful, Herculean
marginal toilsome, exigent
ANTÓNIMOS

easy

7‘their book raises tough questions for American policymakers’

SINÓNIMOS
difficult, hard, knotty, thorny, baffling, tricky, ticklish, prickly, perplexing, puzzling, mystifying, troublesome, bothersome, irksome, intractable
ANTÓNIMOS

easy

8‘the tough way of life of a fisherman’

SINÓNIMOS
harsh, hard, austere, rigorous, rugged, spartan, bleak, grim, straitened, forbidding, cruel, savage, hostile, unfriendly, dark, dire, rough, taxing, exacting, disagreeable, unpleasant, awful
ANTÓNIMOS

easy

9‘they had tough luck when a shot bounced off the crossbar’

SINÓNIMOS
unfortunate, unlucky, hard, unpleasant, regrettable, distressing
coloquial too bad
ANTÓNIMOS

good, lucky


nombre

1‘a gang of toughs’

SINÓNIMOS
ruffian, rowdy, thug, hoodlum, hooligan, brute, bully, bully boy, rough, gangster, desperado
coloquial hard man, roughneck, yob, yobbo, heavy, bruiser, tough guy, toughie, gorilla, yahoo
Norteamericano coloquial hood
inglés de Australia, inglés de Nueva Zelanda coloquial hoon