strong
[strɔŋ]

adjective

[Definition]: robust physically or mentally

[Example Sentences]:
1. The company said its financial position remains strong going into the financial year ending 2015.
2. The smartphone market saw a strong end to 2016.
3. The Fed will raise if we see strong employment growth, wage growth and inflation at 2%.
4. Microsoft is targeting enterprise users, who want strong security, with the Surface Book 2.
5. Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton took a strong stance on ISIS, November 19,2015.
6. The company said its cloud services and call services for smartphones were strong last year.
7. It would be one thing if the companies coming to market in recent months had strong fundamentals.
8. The top four companies by market cap all have a strong cloud focus.
9. Another is that strong sales growth can often drive share prices higher.
10. We are continuing to see strong growth across all those sectors.
11. I know now that I am not strong enough for this.
12. Netflix is expected to report a strong increase in revenues for the first quarter.
13. There is a strong sense in Syria of the need for a political solution.
14. Instagram has had strong growth since the company was acquired by Facebook last year.


[Antonyms]feeble, weak

[Synonyms]brawny, emphatic, hale, lusty, robust, stiff, valiant, vigorous
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