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the ability to vì chưng things that demand physical effort, or the degree to lớn which something is strong or powerful:
Advertising revenues in the UK have remained flat, although this has been offset by strength in the company"s South African & Australasian operations.
the strength of sth The outlook is uncertain và we cannot rely on the strength of economic recovery in the near future.
the strength of an economy/market/brand After the 110p plunge on Friday, the stock remained at 622p despite the strength of the market generally.

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the strength of sb/sth Keeping employee morale high is considered to be the strength of many Japanese organizations.
biggest/greatest/key strength A key strength of the internet is that it permits seamless communication without regard lớn national boundaries.
the strength of the euro/dollar/pound Many UK tourists have been discouraged from travelling abroad by the strength of the euro.
the strength of sth Amid questions about the strength of newly designed hurricane housing, engineers will evaluate how well the structures are attached to the ground.

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how well electrical or radio waves are received by a radio, television, or mobile phone in order to lớn produce a sound, picture, or message:
Laptops and handhelds can thua thảm signal strength as you move from one side of a building to the other.
to use the advantages that you or another person or thing already have in order lớn achieve something:
One of the particular strengths of qualitative research is its capacity lớn generate unexpected findings.
Here we define a party"s regional strength as its relative electoral performance in a region compared lớn its national performance.
The strength of the work lies in historically reconstructing the gestural languages of laughter & weeping as conventional stage business.
Tellingly, this sense of knowing and not telling is never held against the community; rather, it is one of its strengths.
This is a strength of these studies, but their shyness of theory leads them khổng lồ neglect important aspects of the political scene.