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firm

美 [fɜrm]
英 [fɜː(r)m]
  • n.公司;企业;事务所;商行
  • adj.坚固的;稳固的;坚决的;【商业】固定的(货币)坚挺的
  • adv.稳固地
  • v.使(变)坚实
  • 网络坚定;商号;坚定的
复数:firms  比较级:firmer  最高级:firmest  过去分词:firmed  现在分词:firming  
firm
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n.
1.
商行;商号;公司a business or company
an engineering firm
工程公司
a firm of accountants
会计事务所
adj.
— see also
firmly
1.
坚固的;坚硬的;结实的fairly hard; not easy to press into a different shape
a firm bed/mattress
结实的床╱床垫
These peaches are still firm.
这些桃子还很硬。
Bake the cakes until they are firm to the touch.
把糕饼烤到摸起来有硬感为止。
2.
坚定的;确定的;坚决的not likely to change
a firm believer in socialism
坚定信仰社会主义的人
a firm agreement/date/decision/offer/promise
巩固的协议;确定的日期;不能更改的决定;实盘;坚决的保证
firm beliefs/conclusions/convictions/principles
坚定不移的信仰;定论;坚定的信念╱原则
She is a firm favourite with the children.
孩子们着实喜欢她。
We have no firm evidence to support the case.
我们没有确凿的证据支持这个论点。
They remained firm friends .
他们依然友情甚笃。
3.
牢固的;稳固的strongly fixed in place
Stand the fish tank on a firm base.
把鱼缸放在牢固的基座上。
No building can stand without firm foundations, and neither can a marriage.
没有稳固的基础,建筑就不牢靠,婚姻也是如此。
4.
强有力的;坚决的strong and steady
‘No,’ she repeated, her voice firmer this time.
“不。”她重复说,这次语气较前坚决。
With a firm grip on my hand, he pulled me away.
他紧握我的手把我拉开。
Her handshake was cool and firm.
她握手镇定而有力。
5.
牢牢控制的;严格的;掌握的strong and in control
to exercise firm control/discipline/leadership
实施严格的控制╱纪律╱领导
Parents must be firm with their children.
父母必须对子女严格。
The company now has a firm footing in the marketplace.
现在这家公司在市场上已站稳了脚跟。
This book will give your students a firm grasp of English grammar.
这本书将使学生牢固地掌握英语语法。
We need to keep a firm grip on the situation.
我们需要牢牢地掌握局面。
6.
[ubn]
~ (against sth)
坚挺的not lower than another
The euro remained firm against the dollar, but fell against the yen.
欧元对美元依然坚挺,但对日元的汇率则下跌。
IDM
Everyone agreed with me, so I knew I was on firm ground.
每个人都同意我的意见,所以我知道自己立场稳固了。
be on firm ground
(在辩论等中)立场坚定,对事实确信无疑to be in a strong position in an argument, etc. because you know the facts
Everyone agreed with me, so I knew I was on firm ground.
每个人都同意我的意见,所以我知道自己立场稳固了。
Those children need a firm hand to make them behave.
那些孩子得严加管教。
a firm hand
牢固控制;严格纪律;铁腕strong control or discipline
Those children need a firm hand to make them behave.
那些孩子得严加管教。
We need to take a firm line on tobacco advertising.
我们需要对烟草广告采取强硬的态度。
They took a firm stand against drugs in the school.
他们坚决反对校园吸毒现象。
take a firm line/stand (on/against sth)
(对…)采取坚定的立场(或态度)to make your beliefs known and to try to make others follow them
We need to take a firm line on tobacco advertising.
我们需要对烟草广告采取强硬的态度。
They took a firm stand against drugs in the school.
他们坚决反对校园吸毒现象。
v.
1.
[t]
~ sth
使强壮;使坚固;使坚实to make sth become stronger or harder
Firm the soil around the plant.
把植物周围的土弄紧实。
This product claims to firm your body in six weeks.
这个产品据称能在六周内使身体强壮。
2.
[i]
~ (to/at…)
坚挺;稳步上涨to become steady or rise steadily
Rank's shares firmed 3p to 696p.
兰克公司的股票涨了 3 便士,升至 696 便士。
adv.
IDM
She held firm to her principles.
她坚持自己的原则。
hold firm (to sth)
坚信;坚持to believe sth strongly and not change your mind
She held firm to her principles.
她坚持自己的原则。
stand fast/firm
坚定不移;不让步;坚持自己的观点to refuse to move back; to refuse to change your opinions

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