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Etymology edit

From Middle English strongere, strengere (stronger), from Old English strongra, strengra (stronger), from Proto-Germanic *strangizô (*stronger), comparative of Proto-Germanic *strangaz (strong), equivalent to strong +‎ -er. More at strong.

Pronunciation edit

Adjective edit


  1. comparative form of strong: more strong
  2. (logic) Said of one proposition with respect to another one: that the former entails the latter, but the latter does not entail the former.
  3. Better.
    Compared to the previous semester, my grades now are a lot stronger.

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Noun edit


  1. Alternative form of straunger