- adj.严格的; 严密的
- 比较级: stricter;
- 最高级: strictest;
- 名词: strictness;
The church demands strict loyalty.
The police kept the criminal under strict surveillance.
Grandfather was an austere man, very strict with his children.
In running a company, strict financial management means everything.
She is a strict teacher.
The government has imposed strict reins on the import of luxury goods.
Most of them persist in setting strict demands on themselves.
We should increase production and practise strict economy.
They're very strict at our school; one false step, and you're disciplined.
我们学校很严格, 犯了个错, 就会受到处罚.
There are strict criteria for inclusion in the competition.
The rules of etiquette are not so strict nowadays.
The government has imposed strict censorship on the press.
We mustn't be too strict with young people, nor can we let them do whatever they like.
This is an outstanding example of strict economy.
She admits to being strict with her children.
their insistence on strict standards of behaviour
Discipline in the company was strict and no one shirked.
Even if you are on a fairly strict diet you can still go out for a good meal.
As pope he won wide support for his strict orthodoxy.
My parents were very strict.
Four million Britons are now strict vegetarians.
Marine insurance is governed by a strict series of rules and regulations.
Dorothy was described as a very straight woman, a very strict Christian who was married to her job.
Yasmin sticks to a strict vegetarian diet.
French privacy laws are very strict.
Many cultures still have fairly strict rules about women displaying unbound hair.
He is a strict teetotaller.
There is a strict dress code: no trainers or jeans.
A strict diet is appropriate for only a few.
We validated these expectations in a study in which two other psychologists and I monitored 373 students for two years during the transition to junior high school, when the work gets more difficult and the grading -102- more strict, to determine how their mind-sets might affect their math grades.
In the so-called effective schools, children are taught self-control under a set of strict rules.
I have to say i find the new smoking regulations too strict.
We validated these expectations in a study in which two other psychologists and I monitored 373 students for two years during the transition to junior high school, when the work gets more difficult and the grading more strict, to determine how their mind-
2016年12月四级真题（第二套）阅读 Section B
Overly strict standards often fail, James Bartram, a WHO water-health expert, said.
However, some nutritionists advise against switching to a totally strict vegetarian diet.
What do some nutritionists say about the strict vegetarian diet
"Overly strict standards often fail," James Bartram, a WHO water-health expert, said.
2016年6月六级真题（第二套）阅读 Section C
They said the bank has strict guidelines and requirements as to who they can lend money to.
2019年12月六级真题（第二套）听力 Section A
He decided to offer Shelly-Ann a place in his very strict training sessions.
2016年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
He is a good/devoted/caring/loving father because he was strict with his daughter and encouraged her when she was in trouble.
2017年高考英语天津卷 答案 选项
In the years of my growing up, dad was strict with me.
2017年高考英语天津卷 阅读表达 原文
The ticket had a strict no-transfer policy, but since passport information was not required when booking, any Canadian elizabeth gallagher can.
2017年高考英语全国卷3 完形填空 原文
The company, a major energy supplier in New England, provoked justified outrage in Vermont last week when it announced it was reneging on a longstanding commitment to abide by the strict nuclear regulations.
"If we were really bold, we might even begin to think of high-calorie fast food in the same way as cigarettes—by setting strict limits on advertising, product placement and sponsorship of sport events," he said.
2011年考研真题（英语二）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ
We need to look beyond strict definitions of legal and illegal.
2013年考研真题（英语二）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ收起真题例句
1. (of rules) stringently enforced;
2. rigidly accurate; allowing no deviation from a standard;
"rigorous application of the law"
"a strict vegetarian"
3. incapable of compromise or flexibility
4. not indulgent;
5. unsparing and uncompromising in discipline or judgment;
"a parent severe to the pitch of hostility"- H.G.Wells
"a hefty six-footer with a rather severe mien"
"a strict disciplinarian"
"a Spartan upbringing"
6. severe and unremitting in making demands;
"an exacting instructor"
"a stern disciplinarian"
district 区域, 地方, 管区, 行政区
rigid, strict, rigorous