severe - Ukrainisch

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a. суворий, вимогливий, ретельний, лютий, тяжкий

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“You should learn not to make personal remarks, it is very rude,” said Alice, in a severe tone.
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Cameroonian children will therefore benefit from protection against rotavirus diarrhoea, the leading cause of severe diarrhoea, which is often fatal.
(Source: Voice of America)
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On the occasion of a trip to California this weekend, the president Barack Obama announced the aid to California, victim of a severe drought.
(Source: Voice of America)
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More so since this state is already suffering from a severe drought that has weakened its principal source of wealth its agricultural products.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The West has threatened to impose more severe sanctions if Russia does not content itself with annexing Crimea, but invades other regions in Ukraine.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Fix was wounded in the arm, but the injury was not severe.
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But on the middle step there is better soil, and it does not lie bound down under such severe cold, either.
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Disappointment with the collapse of his plan and perhaps also weakness brought on by his severe hunger made it impossible for him to move.
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Even though the revolts were more severe in Paris, they also affected the Cannes festival.
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Heat on St. Dominikus (4 August), a severe winter must follow.
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Synonyme

intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality: intense, terrible, wicked
very strong or vigorous: knockout, hard, strong
severely simple: plain, austere, stark, stern
unsparing and uncompromising in discipline or judgment: strict, spartan, nonindulgent
causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm: grievous, life-threatening, dangerous, critical, serious, grave
very bad in degree or extent: bad



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