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severe
sɪ'viːr
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm.
  2. Very bad in degree or extent.
  3. Unsparing and uncompromising in discipline or judgment.
  4. Intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality.
  5. Severely simple.
  6. Very strong or vigorous.
Hyphenationse•vere
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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严格的yángé destrict
严格yángéstrict; stringent; tight; rigorous
凶猛xiōngměngfierce; violent; ferocious
严肃的yánsù destern
严肃yánsùsolemn; grave; serious; earnest; severe
严重yánzhònggrave; serious; severe; critical
严厉yánlìsevere; strict
朴素pǔsù, púsù (Tw)plain and simple; unadorned; simple living; not frivolous
严苛yánkēsevere; harsh
severe; exacting
strict; severe; (Chinese surname)
dàngreat; severe
邪乎xiéhuextraordinary; severe; exaggerated; overstated; fantastic; incredible
重度zhòngdùserious; severe
严峻yánjùngrim; severe; rigorous
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