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Strong and not easy to damage or break

strong

adjective

not easily broken, damaged, or destroyed

irresistible

adjective

strong or powerful and impossible to control or defeat

sturdy

adjective

strong and not easily hurt, damaged, or affected by what happens

heavy-duty

adjective

strong and not easily damaged

robust

adjective

a robust object is strong and unlikely to break

solid

adjective

strong enough not to break or become damaged easily

tough

adjective

difficult to break or damage

stubborn

adjective

very difficult to change or to defeat

durable

adjective

able to stay in good condition for a long time and after being used a lot

solid as a rock

very strong and not likely to break

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a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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