Electrical installations for outdoor sites under heavy conditions--Operating requirements
The army suffered heavy losses in the battle.
The Long March-2E heavy-thrust cluster carrier rocket
The heavy load did not bow him down.
The heavy blow sent the enemy spinning to the ground.
I’m roasting in this heavy coat.
The ship pounded through heavy seas.
coarse fabric of hemp,jute,linen or cotton,made waterproof by a heavy coating bases on a mixture of drying oil and lampblack
Heavy fog prohibited flying.
The heavy rain wetted us through.
The heavy rain shattered on the roof.
The heavy rain made the course ride soft.
The heavy rain led to serious floods.
The stream flushed after the heavy rain.
The heavy rain hindered our completing the work.
When shaving exceptionally heavy or long beards
The enemy pounded the area with heavy artillery.
electrolytic cell,for heavy water production
Rubber insulation and sheath of electric cables and wires--Part 6: Heavy duty rubber sheath 65℃
Rubber insulation and sheath of electric cables and wires--Part 7: Heavy duty flame-retardant rubber sheath 65℃
A heavy tax is imposed on tobacco.
Textiles--Test method of heavy metal ions--Atomic absorption spectrophotometry
The feudal lord squeezed the peasants with heavy taxes.
The boat received a heavy load.
The radio says heavy rain in the afternoon.
In the orchard, fruits in autumn were hanging in clusters, and the air was heavy with the aroma of melons and fruits.
Ammonium hydrogen carbonate for industrial use--Determination of heavy metal content--Visible tarbidimetric method
make heavy weather of sth.
heavy swell (average length)
brass screw down bib cock,heavy type
1.(of a class of thing) above the average weight; large of its kind.
‘ _heavy_ artillery’
‘ _heavy_ woollens’
2.(of a literary work) overly serious or difficult.
‘This book is a _heavy_ work that attempts to carry the weight of the world upon its existential shoulders.’
‘The actress/director known for _heavy_ works with a concentration on dense language, has had two projects this month marked by a lightness of approach and a delight in humorous details.’
3.(of a person) strict or harsh.
‘my parents were getting really _heavy_ with me in terms of work’
4.(of a person’s head or eyes) feeling weighed down by weariness.
‘a _heavy_ head’
‘Her eyes were too _heavy_ to open and all that reached her ears were voices that she didn’t understand.’
5.(of a smell) very strong; overpowering.
‘a _heavy_ scent of oil’
‘The _heavy_ smell of liquor hung in the air, assaulting my sensitive nose, and making my eyes water.’
6.(of food) hard to digest; too filling.
‘I arrived back at my desk feeling slightly sleepy from the lovely sunshine, and overfull from the _heavy_ chocolate torte I’d had for desert.’
‘You may wish to avoid _heavy_ foods before sleeping and you may also want to try a simplified diet for a week.’
7.(of ground or soil) muddy or full of clay.
‘The _heavy_ clay garden soil that you regularly curse over is fine for aquatic plants.’
‘The soil should be well-drained, so add sufficient sand to _heavy_ clay soils.’
8.(of music, especially rock) having a strong bass component and a forceful rhythm.
‘In the end, what you hear is the _heavy_ rock influenced guitar and hip-hop drum beats.’
‘I like most music as long as it’s not classical or _heavy_ rock.’
9.(of the sky) full of dark clouds; oppressive.
‘a _heavy_ thundery sky’
‘After an hour the fairways and greens were laced with perspiration as the two divisions toiled away under the _heavy_ skies.’
10.Doing something more, or more deeply, than usual.
‘a _heavy_ smoker’
‘He and his wife Joanne, also a _heavy_ smoker, went for an initial session with Richard at which he assessed how easy they would be to hypnotise.’
11.Excellent (used as a general term of approval).
12.Feeling or expressing sadness.
‘I left him with a _heavy_ heart’
‘Instead, there was sadness and a _heavy_ heart about the decision that lies ahead of him.’
13.Mentally oppressive; hard to endure.
‘a _heavy_ burden of responsibility’
‘Piloting an aeroplane is a recreational activity that carries with it a _heavy_ burden of responsibility.’
14.Moving slowly or with difficulty.
‘steering that is _heavy_ when parking’
‘I asked my father to try the car last night, and he also feels the steering is _heavy_ .’
15.Needing much physical effort.
‘ _heavy_ work like repairing pathways’
‘She had no money for the dowry that convents demanded, but she offered herself as a lay sister - that is, one of the nuns who performs all the _heavy_ work of the house.’
16.Not delicate or graceful; coarse.
‘he had a big moustache and _heavy_ features’
‘As they rushed by, Mark glanced their faces, which were characterized by _heavy_ Mexican features.’
17.Of great density; thick or substantial.
‘ _heavy_ grey clouds’
‘ _heavy_ horn-rimmed glasses’
18.Of great weight; difficult to lift or move.
‘a _heavy_ and bulky load’
‘the pan was too _heavy_ for me to carry’
19.Of more than the usual size, amount, or intensity.
‘a _heavy_ cold’
‘the traffic was _heavy_ and I was delayed’
20.Of or containing atoms of an isotope of greater than the usual mass.
‘The nuclei of _heavy_ isotopes are rich in neutrons, which dominate their nuclear surface.’
‘Chemical bonds between hydrogen and _heavy_ atoms were constrained to their equilibrium value.’
21.Serious or difficult to deal with.
‘things were getting pretty _heavy_ ’
‘Everything was getting pretty _heavy_ with the play as well as all the regular school stuff.’
22.Striking or falling with force.
‘a _heavy_ blow to the head’
‘we had _heavy_ overnight rain’
23.Used in questions about weight.
‘how _heavy_ is it?’
‘If they really existed, just how _heavy_ would those plates have been given the size and description by Smith?’
24.Using a lot of.
‘stories _heavy_ on melodrama’
‘I tend to go a little _heavy_ on the sauce, hence the extra straining.’
25.Very important or serious.
‘a _heavy_ discussion’
‘They do believe in religion, but in practice it becomes too serious and _heavy_ .’
26.Weighed down; full of something.
‘branches _heavy_ with blossoms’
‘Soon enough the flowering trees would be _heavy_ with blossoms, and it would be his favorite time of year.’
‘ _heavy_ -laden’
‘The feeling weighed _heavy_ on his shoulders and in his mind as he finished combing his hair.’
1.A large, strong man, especially one hired for protection.
‘I needed money to pay off the _heavies_ ’
‘In terms of complying with the legislation in respect of recovery of payments, their way will be a brick through the window, or sending the _heavies_ around to deal with a debtor.’
2.A thing, such as a vehicle, that is large or heavy of its kind.
‘Meanwhile, he is leading the charge at airport to beef up the runway and expand support facilities to accommodate _heavies_ such as the C-5 Galaxy.’
3.An important person.
‘music business _heavies_ ’
‘Our list includes interesting cases with big names involving celebrities, political _heavies_ and anyone else of notoriety.’
‘reporters from the Sunday _heavies_ ’
5.Strong beer, especially bitter.
‘a pint of _heavy_ ’
‘Lager and _heavy_ may have replaced whiskey, folk ate chips instead of tacos, but country music is all about feeling and the sentiment was real.’
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