rock solid

rock solid

English dictionary. 2008.

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  • rock-solid — adjective 1. ) firm and not likely to change 2. ) extremely hard …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • rock solid — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ completely firm or stable …   English terms dictionary

  • rock-solid — also rock solid 1) ADJ Something that is rock solid is extremely hard. Freeze it only until firm but not rock solid. 2) ADJ (approval) If you describe someone or something as rock solid, you approve of them because they are extremely reliable or… …   English dictionary

  • rock-solid — /rɒk ˈsɒləd/ (say rok soluhd) adjective 1. incontrovertible: rock solid evidence. 2. strongly holding a position; not easily swayed or overcome: a rock solid supporter …  

  • rock-solid — rockˈ solˈid adjective 1. Steady 2. Dependable 3. Firm 4. Unwavering 5. Unbeatable • • • Main Entry: ↑rock …   Useful english dictionary

  • rock solid — adjective a) Physically very solid; very difficult to move b) Very dependable Syn: rock hard, solid as a rock …   Wiktionary

  • rock solid — adj. completely stable and solid; unlikely to break …   English contemporary dictionary

  • rock solid — adjective completely firm or stable …   English new terms dictionary

  • rock-solid — adjective 1 very strong so that you can depend on it 2 very hard and not likely to break …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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