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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Difficult to deal with.
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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伤脑筋shāng nǎojīnto be a real headache; to find something a real headache; to beat one's brains
麻烦máfaninconvenient; troublesome; annoying; to trouble or bother somebody; to put somebody to trouble
淘神táoshéntroublesome; bothersome
缠手chánshǒutroublesome; hard to deal with
费事fèishìtroublesome; to take a lot of trouble to do something
繁难fánnáncomplicated and difficult; troublesome; hard to tackle
(old) rice vessel; black; old variant of ; (slang) (Tw) troublesome; fussy; (Chinese surname); abbr. for Luxembourg 卢森堡
烦人fánrénto annoy; annoying; irritating; troublesome
难缠nánchán(usu. of people) difficult; demanding; troublesome; unreasonable; hard to deal with
xiánsound; echo, difficult; troublesome
xiōngnoisily; uproarious; troublesome
xiōngnoisily; uproarious; troublesome
zuōworker; workshop; (slang) troublesome; high-maintenance (person)
啰嗦luōsuo, luōsuōlong-winded; wordy; troublesome; pesky
讨厌tǎoyànto dislike; to loathe; disagreeable; troublesome; annoying
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