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problematic

adjective  us   /ˌprɑb·ləˈmæt̬·ɪk/
causing difficulty, or hard to deal with: Social interactions are really problematic with a lot of children.
Translations of “problematic”
in Korean 문제가 많은…
in Arabic إشكالِيّة…
in Portuguese problemático…
in Catalan problemàtic…
in Japanese 問題だらけの, 問題のある…
in Italian problematico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 成問題的, 疑難的…
in Russian сложный, трудный…
in Turkish sorunlu, problemli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 成问题的, 疑难的…
in Polish problematyczny…
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