||unfriendly feelings, resentment
||After the argument, Bill said, "I hope there are no hard feelings."
||statement or policy that a person refuses to change
||The principal takes a hard line on school attendance. I must attend.
||strong liquor (rum etc.) with 40 % alcohol
||The bar was serving beer, wine and several kinds of hard liquor.
||firm, tough; refusing to lower his price or standard
||Ms. Bond is hard nosed. If you plagiarize, you fail the course.
|hard of hearing
||not able to hear very well, partly deaf
||Now that Grandpa's in his 80s, he's quite hard of hearing.
||(See a hard-on)
|hard on me
||makes me work hard, tough on me
||That job was hard on me. My back is sore from the lifting.
||challenged, faced with a hard task
||They'll be hard pressed to find a person who doesn't drink coffee.
||unable to answer easily, stump me
||He was hard put to answer the questions on cold fission.
|hard row to hoe
||(See a hard row to hoe)