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hardship
'hɑːrdʃɪp
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Something hard to endure.
  2. Something that causes or entails suffering.
  3. A state of misfortune or affliction.
Hyphenationhard•ship
Part of Speech(名) noun
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受苦shòukǔto suffer hardship
吃苦chīkǔto bear hardships
苦难kǔnànsuffering
困苦kùnkǔdeprivation; distressed; miserable
磨去móqùhardship
活罪huózuìsuffering; hardship; living hell
bitter; hardship; pain; to suffer; to bring suffering to; painstakingly
忧患yōuhuànsuffering; misery; hardship
jiāndifficult; hard; hardship
颠沛diānpèidestitute; difficulty; hardship; trouble
jìnto wipe; to cleanse, (interchangeable ) difficult; distress; hardship
yáokind of stone, rugged rocks, difficult; hard; difficulty; hardship
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