Adjective(1) not easy; requiring great physical or mental effort to accomplish or comprehend or endure(2) hard to control
(1) Disabled shoppers claim a new supermarket car park is making life difficult for them.(2) It was difficult for his cowered staff to stand up to this overbearing behaviour.(3) It is as difficult for the very civilized man to understand its charm as it is to deny its existence.(4) the problem's difficult to solve(5) The game is so quick that it is very difficult for them to see everything and to get every decision right.(6) Your uncompromising honesty and painfully truthful criticisms can make life difficult at times.(7) It is tempting to pretend that the last few days have been dark and difficult for Britain.(8) he's a difficult person(9) The past two years have been a particularly difficult time for the people working there.(10) As a woman on the stairs said, it must make it doubly difficult for the conductor.(11) There was a spell when it was difficult for me to choose between certain players.(12) These structures made it difficult for investors and advisers to pick the best deal.(13) The snow and ice which had made life difficult for the past eight weeks was finally on the retreat.(14) It was not difficult for me to step up, but I had to show a lot more concentration.(15) It can also be difficult for them to speak to friends about the emotions they are experiencing.(16) he asked me a couple of difficult questions
(1) very difficult :: juda qiyin
1. hard ::
2. troublesome ::
3. inconvenient ::
4. bad ::
5. unmanageable ::
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