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It is difficult to eat the meat because It is too hard and might not be boiled well.

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How can we describe the meat with a suitable adjective?

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Some cuts of meat are tough and stringy. They are only suited for stew.

This kind of meat is not tender.

It has not been cooked thoroughly.

I like my steak well-done.

My friend likes it medium well.

My friend likes it broiled and rare.

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kumenglishIt is difficult to eat the meat because It is too hard and might not be boiled well.

No, this is not the right way to express the meaning. It sounded like an error in translation.

To express the same meaning, you can say " The meat may need to be cooked a little more and it's too tough/ chewy.

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Thanks for your valuable version.
anonymousIt is difficult to eat the meat because It is too hard and might not be boiled well.

I was trying to express the reason for the tough meat. So that I used "because".

Thanks. I noted it.

Can we use "tender" as the opposite of tough meat?

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kumenglishCan we use "tender" as the opposite of tough meat?

Yes, they are opposites.