firm collocations and examples

 UK /fɜː(r)m/

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definite, and unlikely to change


Nouns frequently used with firm
basis: base, basis, footing, foundationThe time has come to put consumer representation onto a firmer footing.person who believes in something: advocate, believer, supporterWe’re firm believers in the concept that business travel can be a pleasure.feeling or belief: belief, commitment, conviction, resolve, stanceThe party likes to portray him as a man of firm moral convictions who is above all trustworthy .evidence: evidenceThere was no firm evidence to prove that the request received proper consideration.understanding: grasp, groundingTo do the job well, you need a firm grasp of how international banking works.
 
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