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the sharp end

noun [S]
 
UK informal
the part of an activity, such as a job, where the most problems are likely to be found
(工作等的)最難之處,問題多發處
A job like hers would be much too demanding for me, but she enjoys being at the sharp end.
她那樣的工作對我來說太困難了,但她喜歡這種激烈的挑戰。
Difficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
Translations of “the sharp end”
in Chinese (Simplified) (工作等的)最难之处,问题多发处…
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