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

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mazenoun [C]

uk   us   /meɪz/

maze noun [C] (PLACE)

a ​complicatedsystem of ​paths or ​passages that ​peopletry to ​findtheir way through for ​entertainment an ​area in which you can get ​easilylost because there are so many ​similarstreets or ​passages: The ​oldpart of the ​town was a maze of ​narrowpassages.

maze noun [C] (RULES/IDEAS)

a ​complicated set of ​rules, ​ideas, or ​subjects that you ​finddifficult to ​deal with or ​understand: It's ​almostimpossible to get through the maze ofbureaucracy.
(Definition of maze from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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mazenoun [C]

 us   /meɪz/
a ​complicated and ​confusingnetwork of ​passages: He ​felt like a ​rat in a maze. fig. You have to ​weed through the maze of ​complexrules in ​order to ​fill out ​yourtaxforms.
(Definition of maze from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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