Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tough"

The meaning of "Tough" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Что значит Though, although, though, tough and Though ?
A: Although = aunque, a pesar de
Though = sin embargo, aunque
Tough = duro, fuerte

“Although” y “though” son muy muy muy similar, pero es una diferencia pequeña en los significados. “Although” es un poco más formal que “though”. Está bien usar estos dos de manera intercambiable. Sin embargo, la palabra “tough” es usado para describir una persona fuerte. También, si un bistec fuera difícil masticar, una persona puede decir “This is some tough steak!”
(A propósito, ¿cómo es mi gramática? ¿Es bien o no?)
Q: Что значит tough?
A: Tough significa 'duro', 'fuerte', o 'difícil'.

Ejemplo 1:

A: "I lost my job today and my spouse left me."

B: "That's tough man."

En este situación, tough significa difícil.

Ejemplo 2:

"Dang, how are you not dying in this heat? You're tough as nails!"

En este ejemplo, significa 'fuerte'

Ejemplo 3:

"I've dropped my phone so many times and it still hasn't broke yet. It's crazy tough man."

Tough significa 'duro' en este ejemplo.
Q: Что значит tough and though?
A: though is a conjuctive, similar to "but"
tough means hard, durable or difficult
Q: Что значит tough?
A: If a meat is tough it is hard to chew, if a person is tough, they are strong (mentally and physically)
Q: Что значит tough?
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Example sentences using "Tough"

Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с tough.
A: "life is tough"
"i'm having a tough time"
"she is the toughest"
"he is tougher than his brother"
"she is having a tough time with her family"
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с "tough", "though" and "thorough".
A: "My math test was really tough." (tough = difficult)
"He's a really tough guy." (tough = strong/mighty)

"I wasn't hungry. I still ate the meal, though." (though = however)

"My superior did a very thorough check-up on the crew." (thorough = rigorous/complete)
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с tough.
A: tough means hard or difficult.
"this math problem is very tough"
"loud noises are tough to deal with"
tough also means strong or rough.
"that weightlifter is tough! "
she is a tough woman
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с tough .
A: I had a really tough(difficult) time at work this morning.

Cindy is always crying. She's not as tough( emotionally strong) as I thought she was.
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с tough, hard .
A: Do you want sentences using both in the same sentence?

"hard" is an adjective used to decribe something solid or say something is a high level of difficulty.

"tough" refers to the level of strength something has. Or to say something wasn't easy.

"The wood was very tough which made it hard to cut through."
"The beef jerky was was very tough and hard to bite."
"It would be hard to beat a man that tough."

"No matter how tough or strong anyone who tried to pull the sword from stone was, it wouldn't budge."
"The test today was very hard/tough."
"I can't believe how hard it was to open. It was very tough."

Synonyms of "Tough" and their differences

Q: В чем разница между tough it out и hold it ?
A: they're generally the same. you may use one over the other depending on context.
ex: you have a headache but don't have pain medication-tough it out
ex:you have to use the restroom but cannot find one-hold it
ex:you are cold in the night but don't have a blanket-tough it out

tough it out is more like "deal with it" or "put up with it" usually having to do with some amount of suffering

hold it is more "be patient" or "you must wait"
Q: В чем разница между though и tough ?
A: They are two different words and are pronounced differently.
Though (Tho) can mean “however”. For example: The red shirt looks nice, but the green shirt looks better though. It can also mean “even if”.
For example: Though his friend liked the green shirt, he picked the red shirt.

Tough (Tuff) means strong or resilient.
For example: That security guard looked pretty tough.
Q: В чем разница между tough и though ?
A: tough - ciężki/ twardy
This is a tough question.
though - chociaż
Though you might need your notes.
Q: В чем разница между though и tough ?
A: no it's just another way to say strong
Q: В чем разница между tough и hard ?
A: Something that is hard is always tough, but something that is tough may not always be hard.
In this sense, tough means strong and durable.
"This steak is really tough and hard to chew."
If the steak was hard, you wouldn't be able to chew it at all!

However, tough and hard can both mean "difficult" in the exact same way.
"I'm tired... That final exam was really hard/tough!"

Translations of "Tough"

Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? tough
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? tough
A: Sounds like "tuff"
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? though, through, throughout, although, tough
A: They are pronounced like:

Though -> tho (long o sound)
Through -> threw
Throughout -> threw-out
Although -> all-tho
Tough -> tuff (short u sound as in uh)
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? tough
A: @devoted52099: tough is pronounced like tuff
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? tough
A: Hey :)
'Difficile'

Other questions about "Tough"

Q: Пожалуйста, покажите как произносится i tough .
A: It probably should be "I am tough."

"Ough" can make many sounds.

Here are some words that all end in "ough," starting with "tough."

Tough
Rough
Cough
Dough
Though
Through
Q: Пожалуйста, покажите как произносится tough.
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Q: `i tough it was` это звучит нормально?
A: If you ment to use word "Think" in past then it's Thought.
The sentence should be like:
"I thought it was..."
Q: tough thorough это звучит нормально?
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Q: tough это звучит нормально?

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