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rocky road

If you are on a rocky road, you are experiencing a difficult period and have a lot of problems
障碍重重的道路;重重困难
Greenspan predicts a rocky road ahead for the economy.
格林斯潘预言经济会面临重重困难。
Experiencing difficulties
Translations of “rocky road”
in Chinese (Traditional) 障礙重重的道路, 重重困難…
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