as tough as old boots


as tough as old boots
ļoti sīksts; ļoti izturīgs; neiejūtīgs

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  • tough as old boots — 1. Robust 2. Indestructible • • • Main Entry: ↑boot * * * (as) tough as old boots Brit informal : very tough This steak is as tough as old boots. Don t worry about her–she s …   Useful english dictionary

  • tough as old boots — Something or someone that is as tough as old boots is strong and resilient …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • tough as old boots —    Something or someone that is as tough as old boots is strong and resilient.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    If something, specially meat, is (as) tough as old boots, it is hard to cut and difficult to chew. (This can also refer to a… …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • as tough as old boots — phrase very strong and able to deal with difficult situations or pain easily Don’t worry about me. I’m as tough as old boots. Thesaurus: physically strongsynonym Main entry: tough * * * as tough as old boots see ↑tough …   Useful english dictionary

  • as tough as old boots — very strong and able to deal with difficult situations or pain easily Don t worry about me. I m as tough as old boots …   English dictionary

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  • be as tough as old boots — 1. if someone is as tough as old boots, they are very strong and not easily injured. Do you think Grandad will ever recover? Of course, he s as tough as old boots. (British, American & Australian, American) 2. if food is as tough as old boots, it …   New idioms dictionary

  • tough — tough1 W3S2 [tʌf] adj comparative tougher superlative toughest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(difficult)¦ 2¦(strong person)¦ 3¦(strong material)¦ 4¦(strict/firm)¦ 5¦(violent area)¦ 6 tough!/that s tough! 7 tough luck! …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tough — 1 /tVf/ adjective 1 DIFFICULT difficult to do or deal with, and needing a lot of effort and determination: Life as a single mother can be tough and depressing. | a tough decision | The reporters were asking a lot of tough questions. 2 STRONG… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • tough — I UK [tʌf] / US adjective Word forms tough : adjective tough comparative tougher superlative toughest *** 1) difficult He s having a really tough time at the moment. It was a tough decision to move to London. Many companies are facing tough… …   English dictionary

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