(a) tough (problem, case): (un cas, un problème) dur, difficile
(a) tough (person): (une personne) endurante, coriace, robuste
(a) tough (material): (un matériel) résistant
UK: The environment is one of today's toughest problems.
US: Kevin is tough because he grew up in a tough neighborhood.
- "They are trying to break me, Bruno, and I am afraid that despite my rugged, tough exterior, I may not last."
- "Susie : Are you tough enough?"
- "You will see that it is tough and hard to swallow."
- "But I've got to warn you, these are some pretty serious tough hombres back there..."
- "This weekend's tough."
- "These days, boasting about short nights seems more silly than manly, not to mention that anyone still working on Wall Street is lucky to have a job during these tough economic times!"
- "Tough son of a bitch."
- "Titanium is light and tough - that's why they make airplanes out of this stuff!"
- "Bob the Brit : Alright, let me see those hands in the air, tough guy!"
- "It was a tough competition, but Mr Oleré eventually outclassed his canine competitors by using his human brain to his advantage."
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