строгий; суровый; требовательный; жестокий; простой; выдержанный; тяжелый; серьезный; сильный; трудный; резкий; сжатый
- Even if the stability of the product is such that is has adequate shelf-life in the most severe market, it is likely that its shelf-life will be longer in markets having a less severe climate than in areas with more severe climates.
- Unfortunately improvement was short-lived, lasting only a few weeks in those with more severe forms of the disease.
- The Committee concentrated on the Scottish LFA and failed to take proper note of more severe problems elsewhere.
- In the immediate post-war period down to the mid-1950s there were endless external difficulties as the economy tried to recover from the strains of the war; balance-of-payments crises of a severe kind in 1949, 1951, and 1955, often accompanied by pressure on sterling, were endemic.
- This compares with only 5 per cent of owner-occupied homes having severe damp, and 17 per cent of council homes.
- Death was due to fractures of the skull and severe cerebral contusion.
- Both Muzorewa and the white minority had to undergo severe pressure.
- The fewer foods the mother ate from this list, the less severe was the colic.
- The devaluation or revaluation of a currency against the dollar was permitted only when a country faced a severe economic crisis.
- Daimler has increasingly concentrated its defence activities on aerospace and the loss of the EFA radar contract would be a severe blow.
- Yet, although Britain suffered severe economic depression and rising unemployment, her economic plight was much less marked than that of Germany and Italy.
- The deal however, ran into severe problems with the UK government.
- With severe skills shortages looming, UK companies must promote more women to the most senior positions if they are to stand any chance of competing globally in the next century.