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sticking pointnoun [C]

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A sticking point in a discussion is a point on which it is not possible to reach an agreement: Exactly how the land is to be divided up is the main sticking point of the peace talks.
Translations of “sticking point”
in Chinese (Traditional) (討論的)阻塞點,分歧點, 癥結…
in Chinese (Simplified) (讨论的)阻塞点,分歧点, 症结…
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