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difficult

adjective
 
 
/ˈdɪf.ɪ.kəlt/
needing skill or effort; not easy
困難的,費力的,艱難的
a difficult problem/choice/task/language
難題/艱難的選擇/艱钜的任務/難學的語言
[+ to infinitive] It will be very difficult to prove that they are guilty.
證明他們有罪將非常困難。
Many things make it difficult for women to reach the top in US business.
有很多因素使女性難以進入美國商界的上層。
[+ -ing verb] He finds it extremely difficult being a single parent.
他發現當一名單親家長非常艱辛。
Complicated and difficult to doDifficult to understand
not friendly, easy to deal with, or behaving well
不友好的;難以接近的;難對付的;沒教養的
[+ to infinitive] The manager is difficult to deal with/a difficult person to deal with.
那位經理很難對付。
His wife is a very difficult person.
他妻子是個難以接近的人。
Please children, don't be so difficult!
孩子們,不要這樣沒規矩!
Complicated and difficult to doDifficult to understand
Translations of “difficult”
in Arabic صَعْب…
in Korean 어려운, 골치아픈…
in Malaysian sukar, rumit…
in French difficile…
in Turkish zor, güç, çetin…
in Italian difficile…
in Russian трудный…
in Polish trudny…
in Vietnamese khó khăn, khó tính…
in Spanish difícil, problemático…
in Portuguese difícil…
in Thai ยาก, ยุ่งยาก…
in German schwierig…
in Catalan difícil…
in Japanese 難しい, 扱いにくい…
in Indonesian sulit, rewel…
in Chinese (Simplified) 困难的,费力的,艰难的, 不友好的, 难以接近的…
(Definition of difficult from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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