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Translation of "maze" - English-Spanish dictionary

maze

noun   /meɪz/
a complicated system of paths or passages that people try to find their way through for entertainment laberinto 2591693
an area in which you can get easily lost because there are so many similar streets or passages laberinto The old part of the town was a maze of narrow passages.1693
a complicated set of rules, ideas, or subjects that you find difficult to deal with or understand laberinto It’s almost impossible to get through the maze of bureaucracy.11301785
(Definition of maze from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

maze

noun /meiz/
a deliberately confusing series of paths, often surrounded by walls or hedges, from which it’s difficult to find the way out laberinto I’m lost in a maze of rules and regulations.
(Definition of maze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “maze”
in Vietnamese mê cung…
in Malaysian berselirat…
in Thai ทางวกวน…
in French labyrinthe…
in German der Irrgarten…
in Chinese (Simplified) 规则/想法, 错综复杂的事物…
in Turkish labirent, karmaşa, karışık durum…
in Russian лабиринт…
in Indonesian labirin…
in Chinese (Traditional) 規則/想法, 錯綜複雜的事物…
in Polish labirynt…
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