maze noun (RULES/IDEAS) translate to Traditional Chinese
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maze

noun [C] (RULES/IDEAS)
規則/想法
 
 
/meɪz/
a complicated set of rules, ideas or subjects which you find difficult to deal with or understand
錯綜複雜的事物
It's almost impossible to get through the maze of bureaucracy.
要逐一完成錯綜複雜的官僚式繁文縟節幾乎是不可能的。
Difficult to understandComplicated and difficult to doPuzzle and confuseDifficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
Translations of “maze”
in Vietnamese mê cung…
in Spanish laberinto…
in Thai ทางวกวน…
in Malaysian berselirat…
in French labyrinthe…
in German der Irrgarten…
in Indonesian labirin…
in Russian лабиринт…
in Turkish labirent, karmaşa, karışık durum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 规则/想法, 错综复杂的事物…
in Polish labirynt…
(Definition of maze noun (RULES/IDEAS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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