a. can đảm, dũng cảm, gan dạ, gan lì, khỏe mạnh, sự cực khổ, có thể chịu đựng
I was afraid you were going to say good-bye to some of your friends--to Tom Hardy, who gave you that hideous pipe, or Ned Langton, who makes fun of you for smoking it.
“It’s too risky,” Liddon reasoned, “because I got you off in the Hardy case.
I knew nothing of this T. Hardy of whom he spoke, but I saw what he meant.
Let me see - Dawson, Duffield, Everard, Francis, Gregory, Gunter, Hardy.
They are strong and hardy, but of a cowardly spirit, and, by consequence, insolent, abject, and cruel.
Despite the Salmon men’s heart disease, my father was hardy.
The wheat we grow is hardy for this climate-wheat, while many of our neighbors must be content with oats.
A woman would rather visit her own grave than the place where she has been young and beautiful after she is aged and ugly.
They represent a great variety, a great diversity of genetic heritage, of hardy and robust plants and animals.
What a fine mess Laurel Brok and Hardy Stubb would get us into!
having rugged physical strength; inured to fatigue or hardships: robust, stalwart, stout, sturdy
(of plants) requiring protection from frost: robust
United States slapstick comedian who played the pompous and overbearing member of the Laurel and Hardy duo who made many films (1892-1957): Oliver Hardy, Laurel and Hardy
invulnerable to fear or intimidation: brave, bold, dauntless, fearless, audacious, intrepid, unfearing
able to survive under unfavorable weather conditions: robust