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1firm/ˈfɚm/adjective
firmerfirmest
1firm
/ˈfɚm/
adjective
firmerfirmest
Learner's definition of FIRM  
: fairly hard or solid : not soft
: set, placed, or attached in a way that is not easily moved — often used figuratively
: not weak or uncertain
: not likely to change or be changed
   b  : having or showing true and constant support for something or someone

hold firm

— see 1hold

stand firm

— see 1stand

— firmly

adverb

— firmness

noun,[noncount]
2firm/ˈfɚm/verb
firmsfirmedfirming
2firm
/ˈfɚm/
verb
firmsfirmedfirming
Learner's definition of FIRM  
[+ object]  : to put (something, such as a plan) into a final form — usually + up
[+ object]  : to make (something) harder or more solid : to make (something) less loose
[+ object]  : to make (something) stronger
[no object]  : to become less likely to change or become weaker — often + up

— firming

adjective
3firm/ˈfɚm/noun
pluralfirms
3firm
/ˈfɚm/
noun
pluralfirms
Learner's definition of FIRM  
[count]
: a business organization
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