Definition of Firm
Firm
firm


Definition/Meaning
(adjective)
strongly and securely in place; not weak;

e.g. He had a firm grip on his baseball bat.

(adjective)
not uncertain or subject to change; absolute;

e.g. He is firm about his decision to sell the house.

(verb)
to tighten or make secure;

e.g. She firmed her grip on the hockey stick as she was about to take a shot at the ball.

(verb)
to make solid or final; to settle;

e.g. Can you guys firm up with a plan on how to go about this project?

(verb)
to improve or recover;

e.g. His grades and tests scores are finally firming back to normal.

(noun)
a business or company; an enterprise;

e.g. In the TV show, Mike works for a law firm called Pearson Hardman.

(adjective)
hard or solid;

e.g. The carrots are too firm for her to bite into with her braces.




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