difficulty

  • 21difficulty — Synonyms and related words: Gordian knot, abstruseness, adverse circumstances, adversity, affliction, aggravation, agreement to disagree, altercation, annoyance, arduousness, asperity, bad news, bedevilment, beef, bickering, blight, block,… …

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  • 22difficulty — difficoltà ит. [диффикольта/] difficulté фр. [дификюльтэ/] difficulty англ. [ди/фикэлти] трудность, затруднение …

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  • 23difficulty — noun 1) the difficulty of balancing motherhood with a career Syn: strain, trouble, problems, struggle, laboriousness, arduousness; informal hassle, stress 2) practical difficulties Syn: problem, complication …

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  • 24difficulty — / dɪfɪk(ə)lti/ noun a problem, or trouble in doing something ● They had a lot of difficulty selling into the European market. ● We have had some difficulties with customs over the export of computers …

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  • 25difficulty — see England’s difficulty is Ireland’s opportunity …

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  • 26difficulty — n. (pl. ies) 1 the state or condition of being difficult. 2 a a difficult thing; a problem or hindrance. b (often in pl.) a cause of distress or hardship (in financial difficulties; there was someone in difficulties in the water). Phrases and… …

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  • 27difficulty — noun (plural ties) Etymology: Middle English difficulte, from Anglo French & Latin; Anglo French difficulté, from Latin difficultas, from difficilis not easy, from dis + facilis easy more at facile Date: 14th century 1. the quality or state of… …

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  • 28difficulty — /dif i kul tee, keuhl tee/, n., pl. difficulties. 1. the fact or condition of being difficult. 2. Often, difficulties. an embarrassing situation, esp. of financial affairs. 3. a trouble or struggle. 4. a cause of trouble, struggle, or… …

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  • 29difficulty — dif·fi·cul·ty || dɪfɪkÊŒltɪ /kltɪ n. something that is difficult; hardship, trouble …

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  • 30difficulty — noun (plural difficulties) 1》 the state or condition of being difficult. 2》 a difficult or dangerous situation; a problem. Origin ME: from L. difficultas, from dis (expressing reversal) + facultas ability, opportunity …

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  • 31difficulty — n. 1. Arduousness. 2. Obstacle, impediment, bar, obstruction, barrier, hindrance, trouble, perplexity, exigency, trial, dilemma, embarrassment, emergency, pinch, predicament, fix, pickle, stand, dead set, set fast, dead lock, dead stand, stand… …

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  • 32difficulty — n 1. laboriousness, arduousness, stren uousness, formidableness, formidability; labor, strain, struggle, hard sledding, rough going, tough job, hard row to hoe. 2. troublesomeness, bothersome, irksomeness, bur densomeness, oppressiveness,… …

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  • 33difficulty — dif·fi·cul·ty …

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  • 34difficulty — dif•fi•cul•ty [[t]ˈdɪf ɪˌkʌl ti, kəl ti[/t]] n. pl. ties 1) the fact or condition of being difficult 2) Often, difficul•ties. an embarrassing situation, esp. of financial affairs 3) a trouble or struggle 4) a cause of trouble, struggle, or… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 35difficulty — /ˈdɪfəkəlti / (say difuhkuhltee) noun (plural difficulties) 1. the fact or condition of being difficult. 2. (often plural) an embarrassing situation, especially of financial affairs. 3. a trouble. 4. a cause of trouble or embarrassment. 5.… …

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  • 36Difficulty level — In general usage, difficulty level refers to the relative difficulty of completing a task or objective. In computer and video games, the term specifically delineates the ease or difficulty with which an average user may complete a game or a part… …

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  • 37difficulty level — noun a) The relative difficulty of completing a task or objective. b) One of the difficulty settings in a video game …

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  • 38Difficulty (Klettern) — Schwierigkeitsklettern (engl. difficulty (climbing), seltener lead climbing oder umgangssprachlich On Sight Wettkampf) ist die übliche Bezeichnung für die Königsdisziplin des wettkampfmäßigen Sportkletterns. Schwierigkeitsklettern ist nach dem… …

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  • 39Difficulty (climbing) — Schwierigkeitsklettern (engl. difficulty (climbing), seltener lead climbing oder umgangssprachlich On Sight Wettkampf) ist die übliche Bezeichnung für die Königsdisziplin des wettkampfmäßigen Sportkletterns. Schwierigkeitsklettern ist nach dem… …

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  • 40Difficulty Climbing — Schwierigkeitsklettern (engl. difficulty (climbing), seltener lead climbing oder umgangssprachlich On Sight Wettkampf) ist die übliche Bezeichnung für die Königsdisziplin des wettkampfmäßigen Sportkletterns. Schwierigkeitsklettern ist nach dem… …

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