very strongIt may be very strong.
strong enoughMy mother isn't strong enough to work full-time, and I —’
strong senseDulcimer churned out highly complex folk rock ditties with a strong sense of theatre added to spice their material.
so strongShe was mad and so strong.
strong support‘We had strong support from the county council, they were very helpful indeed.
have a strong‘To satisfy this, ICI must have a strong upstream capability.’
strong evidenceBut they need strong evidence to secure a conviction.
strong tendencyThere is a strong tendency to belittle or ignore sexual activity in old age, but the feelings of carers may be affected by the degree of frustration experienced in that aspect of life.
strong emphasisIts Italian cuisine has a strong emphasis on Tuscan dishes.
make a strongMore popular with the public than with his party, Mr Rocard would make a strong Socialist candidate for president.
strong feelingShe told us: ‘Although I am only 27 years old, I have very strong feelings regarding the war.
have strongHis late father was an IRA supporter, believed to be a money source, believed to have strong cross-border links.
strong positionOverall, we are in a very strong position technically — especially in our cast sheet technology, in colour technology and now in the field of filled dispersions.
be too strong
strong currentWithout Westerman or Bontecou, one completely loses sight of the strong current of grotesque pervasive in American art.
strong oppositionAny attempt by the mining company to undertake operations seems certain to run into strong opposition.