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sturdy
'stɜrdiː
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Substantially made or constructed.
  2. Not making concessions.
  3. Having rugged physical strength; inured to fatigue or hardships.
Hyphenationstur•dy
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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强健qiángjiànsturdy
健全jiànquánrobust; sound
壮硕zhuàngshuòsturdy; thick and strong
硬实yìngshísturdy; robust
jìngstalwart; sturdy; strong; powerful
壮实zhuàngshirobust; sturdy
硬扎yìngzhāstrong; sturdy; awesome
茁壮zhuózhuànghealthy and strong; sturdy; thriving; vigorous; robust; flourishing
身强力壮shēn qiáng lìzhuàngstrong and vigorous; sturdy; robust
强壮qiángzhuàngstrong; sturdy; robust
láofirm; sturdy; fold (for animals); sacrifice; prison
jiéknot; sturdy; bond; to tie; to bind; to check out (of a hotel); to settle; to conclude
结实jiēshirugged; sturdy; strong; durable; buff (physique)
厚实hòushithick; substantial; sturdy; solid
hānsilly; simple-minded; foolish; naive; sturdy; tough; heavy (of rope)
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