physically powerful; able to use great force, make great effort, etc.
not easily broken, spoilt or destroyed
(of emotions, opinions, etc.) that can resist influence; (of a person) convinced or determined
having a powerful effect on the mind or senses
good at doing sth; eager and active in dealing with
"a strong radio signal"
"a strong man"
"a strong odor of burning rubber"
"providing the ground soldier with increasingly potent weapons"
"a potent toxin"
"a potent cup of tea"
"a stiff drink"
"an impregnable fortress"
"fortifications that made the frontier inviolable"
"a secure telephone connection"
"a solid foundation"
"several substantial timber buildings"
"`sing' is a strong verb"
"a warm trail"
"the scent is warm"
"a firm grasp"
"gave a strong pull on the rope"
He is as strong as a horse.
出自： Thomas Hughes
A strong girl with muscles like a blacksmith's.
出自： W. Lewis
误 She is strong at history.
正 She is strong in history.
误 She's not very strong at dates.
正 She's not very strong on dates.
析 说“擅长…的”通常用be strong on sth,当指“某学科学得不错时”多用“be strong in+某学科”结构,其中的介词on或in都不能换为at。