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heavy going

adjective uk   us  
difficult to read or understand: I liked the film but the book was rather heavy going. I'm finding the advanced physics a bit heavy going.
Translations of “heavy going”
in Chinese (Traditional) 難讀的, 難以理解的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 难读的, 难以理解的…
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