Q: "That's harsh." とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means "that's not nice" or "that was too direct or not polite"
Q: harsh とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Harsh means that something is too strong for the situation.

I'm sorry for being harsh with you earlier when I criticized your work. I think I'm just tired.
Her singing sounds too harsh for such a tender love song.
The weather is harsh today, I think we'd better reschedule.
Q: harsh とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Hard/cruel:
Don't be harsh with the kids.
Q: harsh とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Harsh" means a bit cruel, a bit mean.
If I said "Your grammar isn't quite right" that would be polite and maybe even helpful.
If I said "Your grammar is stupid! Do it over again!" that would be harsh, and a little mean.
If I said "Your grammar is stupid! You're a stupid girl! You deserve to be beaten!" that would be cruel.
Q: harsh とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Áspero ou arrogante.


Q: harsh を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: He was very harsh on his daughter after he found out what she did.
The world is a harsh place.
This shampoo is very harsh on your hair.
Don't be too harsh on him.
The floor is too harsh on my feet.
Q: harsh を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Examples:
-My math teacher always yelled at us, she was very harsh.
-Sometimes punishments can be harsh.
-The wind today is really harsh.
Q: harsh を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: She knew she was in trouble and, to make matters worse, her father was harsh
Q: harsh を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Jeese, that was a bit harsh. You could of just told her nicely to stop tapping her pen instead of yelling at her.

The government just pulled funding from education. That's a bit harsh for those going to University that now need to pay more for a good education.

The judge was quite harsh to the prosicuted as he got 5 years for graising his hand against a women accidently.

Hope this helps :)
Q: harsh を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: What John said was harsh.

I want to tell him but I don't want to sound harsh.

You shouldn't say that, that's a bit harsh.

Don't be too harsh on him.


Q: That's harsh. と That's a little too harsh. はどう違いますか?
A: @_Okada_ The first one implies they're being harsh, and the second one implies being "too harsh" (Like saying Sad and Very sad)

"He was being harsh, but I didn't mind.

But then, he started being too harsh, which made me tell him to stop."
Q: harsh と stiff はどう違いますか?
A: “Harsh” is usually used to describe when something is rough. “Harsh weather”, “harsh words”, and so on. “Stiff” is usually used to describe something difficult to move. Like “stiff fingers”.
Q: harsh と hard はどう違いますか?
A: The word harsh can either express another's attitude or thoughts,as in unfriendly,being abrassive,or mean. This can also express a substance you use like a cleaning powder "The powdered bleach is too harsh for granite counter tops".This depends on how you use the word harsh in a sentence,and what you are trying to convey.
The word also has various meanings depending on how you use it in a sentence.
you can say "The concrete is too hard to sit on for a long time". "The cheese was hard after leaving it out". "The rock is hard to crack open" "This math test is too hard to understand".
Hard can either explain a difficult feeling or situation,or it can be used to explain a texture of something.
Hope this helps a bit :)
Q: harsh と cruel はどう違いますか?
A: It means the same sort of thing but to be cruel is to purposefully hurt someone emotionally. So something to be harsh is a bit mean. For example, "He told her she looked stupid. It was a bit harsh but she did." For something to be cruel, is a lot worse and more conniving and uncalled for. For example, "He told her she looked stupid in front of everyone to embarrass her. It was really cruel."
Q: harsh と hard と tough はどう違いますか?
A: 'hard' is used more to describe how something feels or the difficulty of something.
'the rock is hard.' 'the test is hard'

harsh is hard to explain. I'll give examples. You can say the weather in the desert is harsh because it's too hot. You can say people in poverty live in harsh conditions. When a mother calls her daughter fat, her words are harsh. Harsh words are probably true but shouldn't be said out loud because it's hurtful. It basically means when something (conditions/situations) or someone is really unpleasant, mean, unbearable, too much. You wouldn't say "this rock is harsh"

Tough is used for people or objects. It describes how well something can handle something else.
"my jeans are made of tough material, they won't tear." "He's a tough guy, he can handle working 10 hours in the heat."
it can also be used the same way as hard in telling difficulty.
"Cleaning all day is a tough job" tough has a little more of a physcial meaning than hard when talking about difficulty but they can be used the same way.


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Q: harsh 在日常生活中该如何使用?
A: Despite the harsh conditions of his childhood, the support of his family made it a happy one. (severe)

I have to put my sunglasses on so I can see in this harsh light. (too bright)
Q: You're harsh.
She's mean and harsh. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Yes, a person can be described as harsh. “Harsh” is not just the act of being mean. It can imply that their actions or words are often crueler than necessary. “That person has a harsh personality.”
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