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difficult
'dɪfə,kəlt
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Not easy; requiring great physical or mental effort to accomplish or comprehend or endure.
  2. Hard to control.
Hyphenationdif•fi•cult
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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困难kùnnandifficult; challenging; straitened circumstances; difficult situation
艰难jiānnándifficult; hard; challenging
不容易bùróng yìnot easy
zhūndifficult; stingy
戛戛jiájiádifficult; challenging; original
jiāndifficult; hard; hardship
难缠nánchán(usu. of people) difficult; demanding; troublesome; unreasonable; hard to deal with
艰苦jiānkǔdifficult; hard; arduous
不易bùyìnot easy to do something; difficult; unchanging
狂风暴雨kuángfēng bàoyǔhowling wind and torrential rain (idiom); (fig.) difficult, dangerous situation
盘旋曲折pánxuán qūzhélit. windy and circuitous; difficult (idiom)
难捱nán'áitrying; difficult
别扭bièniuawkward; difficult; uncomfortable; not agreeing; at loggerheads; gauche
jiǎnlame; cripple; unfortunate; slow; difficult; nag (inferior horse); donkey; lame horse; (Chinese surname)
严竣yánjùntight; strict; severe; stern; difficult
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