Tough - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- an aggressive and violent young criminal (syn: goon, hood, hoodlum, punk, thug, toughie)
- a cruel and brutal fellow (syn: bully, hooligan, roughneck, rowdy, ruffian, yob, yobbo)
it's a tough life
it was a tough job
some plastics are as tough as metal
She had a tough time in college.
Are you tough enough for the job?
He's been hanging around with a bunch of tough guys.
The rug is made of tough material.
He talks tough but he's not really dangerous.
...didn't want her son hanging out with the neighborhood toughs...
He was what is called "a tough customer".
The water was sometimes tough and slimy.
They found it quite a tough task to accomplish.
It was pretty tough on her.
Don't talk so tough.
He sang tough.
It was a tough race.
She' s had a tough life.
The company admitted that it had been a tough year.
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