krȅmēn

krȅmēn
krȅmēn m 〈N mn -i, zb. krèmēnje〉 min. {{c=0}}vrlo tvrd mineral staklasta izgleda; kvarc
∆ {{001f}}{{/c}}∼-kamen {{c=0}}1. {{001f}}{{/c}}razg. {{c=0}}pojačano: kremen 2. {{001f}}{{/c}}pren. jez. knjiž. razg. {{c=0}}tjelesno vrlo otporan ili moralno vrlo čvrst, nepokolebljiv čovjek
⃞ {{001f}}{{/c}}(tvrd) kao ∼ {{c=0}}1. {{001f}}izuzetno čvrst 2. {{001f}}nepopustljiv{{/c}}

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