labyrinth Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"labyrinth" in British English

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labyrinthnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈlæb.ə.rɪnθ/ literary
a ​confusing set of ​connectingpassages or ​paths in which it is ​easy to get ​lost: Finally, through a labyrinth of ​corridors she ​found his ​office. something that is very ​confusing: He was no ​stranger to the labyrinth oflove.
(Definition of labyrinth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"labyrinth" in American English

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labyrinthnoun [C]

 us   /ˈlæb·ə·rɪnθ/
a ​confusing set of ​connectingpassages or ​paths in which it is ​easy to get ​lost
(Definition of labyrinth from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “labyrinth”
in Spanish laberinto…
in Vietnamese mê cung…
in Malaysian jalan yang berselirat…
in Thai วงกต…
in French labyrinthe…
in German das Labyrinth…
in Chinese (Simplified) 迷宫, 曲径, 令人迷惑的东西,迷宫一样的东西…
in Indonesian labirin…
in Chinese (Traditional) 迷宮, 曲徑, 令人迷惑的東西,迷宮一樣的東西…
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