Solid

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Definition

solid: strong, firm, substantial
adjective
This desk is very solid: you can even sit on it and it won't break.
We're a solid team: nothing could divide us.

Examples

  • "Everyone must choose their own path, but thanks to the fine education that this school has provided for us, we have a solid foundation on which to build."
  • "Bruno : That's good, because the most important thing about customer service is maintaining a solid relationship with our clients."
  • "This success is a testament to the solid nature of our business model, the flawless implementation of our strategies, the hard work of our staff, and the excellent quality of our products."
  • "It's a solid program all around, the only problem is that it's probably a little out of date by now."
  • "He seems like a solid worker - the kind of guy you can depend on, and he's always free to help you with problems. However, he's sometimes a bit difficult to understand, especially when he's talking about technical issues."
  • "I know that you have a solid staff working with you."
  • "Return to the computer and try to put something solid (a 30cm lead plate is ideal) between you and the subject wearing the headset."

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