solidly fixed in place
not changing or likely to change
strong and giving a feeling of trust
a business company
(cause to) become firm
"he worked for a brokerage house"
"a firm mouth"
"a man of unbendable perseverence"
"a firm mattress"
"the snow was firm underfoot"
"a firm grasp"
"gave a strong pull on the rope"
"a firm contract"
"a firm offer"
"his voice was firm and confident"
"a firm step"
"stocks are still firm"
"holds a firm position as the country's leading poet"
"the post was still firm after being hit by the car"
"a firm ally"
"the true-hearted soldier...of Tippecanoe"
"we firmly believed it"
"you must stand firm"
"Your muscles will firm when you exercise regularly"
"the rope tautened"
"tauten a rope"
Trading under the firm of 'Grant Co.'
出自： C. E. Riddell
Try whether the post is firm in the ground.
出自：Oxford English Dictionary
All the knots which you wished to be firm would come untied.
出自： C. S. Lewis
Jove has firm'd it with an Awfull Nod.
天气干燥了,土壤也变得坚硬起来。 firm sth ⇔ up
Exercise will firm up your muscles.
The machine helps to firm the ground up for the game.
机器压实了比赛用的场地。 firm sth ⇔ up
We should firm up ties with the Third World.
I will return to Paris tomorrow, if I firm up the my air ticket.
We should be able to firm up the agreement today.
The government must act to firm prices up.
She is a clerk with the firm.
误 He is a clerk in〔at, on〕 the firm of Smith Brothers.
正 He is a clerk with the firm of Smith Brothers.
析 表示“是某公司的职员”时, firm前通常用with。