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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “snag”

snag

verb [I or T] (PROBLEM)
問題
 
 
/snæɡ/ (-gg-) mainly US
to cause problems or difficulties for someone or something
出現麻煩(或問題);給…帶來困難
Financial problems have snagged the project for the past six months.
過去六個月裡,財務問題一直困擾著這項工程。
The negotiations have snagged on a dispute about who should chair them.
關於由誰來主持而引起的爭議妨礙了談判的進行。
Inconvenience
(Definition of snag verb (PROBLEM) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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