stringent

stringent
قَاسٍ \ austere: (of people) severe, self-controlled and serious: He always has an austere expression, and never smiles. bad, (worse, worst): (of things that are never good) serious; severe: a bad accident; a bad cold. brutal: having no feeling; cruel: a brutal war; a brutal act of violence. callous: (of the skin) hardened and thick. cruel: liking to hurt others; unkind; causing pain: It is cruel to lock up a child. He struck her a cruel blow. fierce: (of people, their actions and feelings) violent: a fierce attack; a fierce hatred. grim: very serious; ready to suffer or to make others suffer; not yielding; merciless: he faced his enemy with a grim smile. hard: firm; not soft: as hard as iron, not gentle; unkind; demanding complete obedience He’s a hard father. He’s hard on his children. harsh: (of people and punishments) hard; cruel. inhuman: cruel; lacking natural human kindness. merciless: showing no mercy. relentless: pitiless. rigid: stiff; not bending unable to bend. ruthless: merciless; pitiless: a ruthless enemy. severe: (of things) bad or violent, causing anxiety; (of people) hard and merciless: a severe illness; a severe judge. stern: severe demanding obedience: stern treatment; a stern father. stringent: (of conditions, rules, etc.) severe; demanding exact fulfilment. tough: not easily cut or torn or broken: tough meat; tough glass. violent: using force; fierce: a violent attack; a violent temper. virulent: very harmful to the health; poisonous; full of hate: a virulent disease; a virulent political speech. \ See Also عنيف، خبيث (خبيث)، جامد (جامد)، عديم الشفقة، صارم (صَارِم)، مؤلم (مُؤْلِم)، شنيع (شنيع)، وحشي (وَحْشِيّ)، غليظ (غليظ)‏

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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  • stringent — strin‧gent [ˈstrɪndʒənt] adjective 1. stringent rule/​control/​test a rule, control etc that is very strict and must be obeyed: • Stringent air quality standards will be imposed on oil companies. 2. ECONOMICS stringent economic conditions exist… …   Financial and business terms

  • stringent — STRINGÉNT, Ă, stringenţi, te, adj. (livr.) Care trebuie să fie luat neapărat în seamă, care se impune în mod imperios, care nu suferă amânare. – Din it. stringente. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  STRINGÉNT adj., adv. 1. adj.… …   Dicționar Român

  • Stringent — Strin gent (str[i^]n jent), a. [L. stringens, entis, p. pr. of stringere to draw or bind tight. See {Strain}.] Binding strongly; making strict requirements; restrictive; rigid; severe; as, stringent rules. [1913 Webster] They must be subject to a …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stringent — [strin′jənt] adj. [L stringens, prp. of stringere, to draw tight: see STRICT] 1. rigidly controlled, enforced, etc.; strict; severe ☆ 2. tight in loan or investment money [a stringent money market] 3. compelling; convincing [stringent reason]… …   English World dictionary

  • stringent — stringent:⇨folgerichtig stringent→stichhaltig …   Das Wörterbuch der Synonyme

  • stringent — I adjective authoritative, binding, compelling, compulsory, despotic, dictatorial, draconian, exact, exacting, exigent, forceful, hard, harsh, inescapable, inflexible, ironhanded, precise, puritanical, rigid, rigorous, rough, stern, stiff, strait …   Law dictionary

  • stringent — Adj strikt …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • stringent — (adj.) c.1600, astringent, especially with reference to taste, from L. stringentem (nom. stringens), prp. of stringere to compress, contract, bind or draw tight (see STRAIN (Cf. strain)). Of regulations, procedures, etc., 1846 …   Etymology dictionary

  • stringent — *strict, *rigid, rigorous Analogous words: *severe, austere, stern: limiting, restricting, circumscribing, confining (see LIMIT vb): restraining, curbing (see RESTRAIN): exacting, oppressive, *onerous …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • stringent — ↑ Prestige …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • stringent — [adj] rigid, tight acrimonious, binding, brick wall*, by the book*, by the numbers*, compelling, confining, convincing, dead set on*, demanding, draconian, drawing, dyedin the wool*, exacting, forceful, hard, hardnosed*, harsh, inflexible,… …   New thesaurus

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