difficulty

difficulty
{'difikəlti}
1. трудност, мъчнотия
to walk with DIFFICULTY трудно/едва ходя
task of great DIFFICULTY много трудна задача
to find DIFFICULTY in understanding трудно разбирам/схващам
2. спънка, пречка, затруднение, препятствие, неприятност, усложнение
to raise/make difficulties създавам мъчнотии/спънки, повдигам възражения
to put difficulties in someone's way преча на някого, създавам пречки/затруднения на някого
to plunge into difficulties изпадам в затруднено положение, залавям се с тежка работа
рl материални затруднения, разногласие, разпра
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{'difikъlti} n 1. трудност, мъчнотия; to walk with difficulty трудн
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спънка; трудност; усложнение; обструкция; пречка; препятствие; разногласие; затрудненост; затруднение; мъчнотия;
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1. pl материални затруднения, разногласие, разпра 2. task of great difficulty много трудна задача 3. to find difficulty in understanding трудно разбирам/схващам 4. to plunge into difficulties изпадам в затруднено положение, залавям се с тежка работа 5. to put difficulties in someone's way преча на някого, създавам пречки/затруднения на някого 6. to raise/make difficulties създавам мъчнотии/спънки, повдигам възражения 7. to walk with difficulty трудно/едва ходя 8. спънка, пречка, затруднение, препятствие, неприятност, усложнение 9. трудност, мъчнотия
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difficulty[´difikəlti] n 1. трудност, мъчнотия; a task of \difficulty мъчна работа; to walk with \difficulty ходя с мъка, едва ходя; to find \difficulty in understanding трудно схващам (разбирам); 2. спънка, пречка, затруднение, препятствие; обструкция; неприятност, усложнение; to face (overcome) difficulties не се спирам пред (преодолявам) всякаква пречка, препятствие; to stem difficulties боря се с трудностите; to plunge into difficulties изпадам в затруднено положение; залавям се за тежка работа; 3. pl материални затруднения; 4. разногласие, разпра.

English-Bulgarian dictionary. 2013.

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