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    Default Which are the suitable adjectives?

    Hi,


    would you please correct these for me and tell me if there are better choices?


    Opposite of strong beer/ strong coffee is diluted beer/coffee ?or watered-down coffee?


    Opposite of rich food is poor food?


    Opposite of sweet wine is displeasing wine ?


    and can we say light hair? or fair hair it should be?

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    Default Re: Which are the suitable adjectives?

    Quote Originally Posted by maral55 View Post
    Hi,


    would you please correct these for me and tell me if there are better choices?


    Opposite of strong beer/ strong coffee is diluted beer/coffee ?or watered-down coffee? Weak beer/coffee.


    Opposite of rich food is poor food?


    Opposite of sweet wine is displeasing wine ? Dry wine. Is the usual term.


    and can we say light hair? or fair hair it should be?Fair hair.
    I don't know that there is a direct opposite for 'rich food', perhaps 'bland'?

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    Thank you.

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