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difficult definition

  • adjective:
    • Hard to do or accomplish; demanding considerable work or skill; hard: "To amuse is far more difficult rather than enlighten” ( Anthony Burgess). See Synonyms at hard.
    • challenging endure; trying: dropped upon tough times.
    • challenging understand or solve: a difficult problem.
    • difficult to please, fulfill, or manage: an arduous kid.
    • challenging sway or convince; persistent.
    • hard, quite difficult, requiring much work
    • difficult to manage, uncooperative, troublesome; eg. stated of you, a horse, etc.
    • Hard to do or to make; beset with trouble; attended with work, difficulty, or aches; difficult; arduous.
    • difficult to handle or even please; perhaps not easily wrought upon; austere; persistent.
    • hard to get a handle on
    • quite difficult; calling for great real or emotional energy to complete or understand or withstand
    • Hard to do or accomplish; demanding significant work or skill; arduous: "To captivate is much more hard rather than enlighten” ( Anthony Burgess). See Synonyms at hard.
    • Hard to endure; attempting: dropped upon difficult times.
    • challenging comprehend or solve: an arduous puzzle.
    • Hard to kindly, satisfy, or manage: a challenging child.
    • Hard to sway or convince; persistent.
    • hard, difficult, requiring much work
    • difficult to handle, uncooperative, problematic; eg. stated of you, a horse, etc.
    • difficult to do or even to make; beset with difficulty; attended with work, difficulty, or aches; quite difficult; arduous.
    • Hard to manage or even to please; maybe not quickly wrought upon; austere; stubborn.
    • challenging manage
    • challenging; requiring great actual or psychological energy to achieve or understand or withstand
  • verb:
    • To make hard; to impede; to perplex.
    • To make difficult; to impede; to perplex.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To make difficult; to impede; to perplex.
    • To render difficult; to impede; to perplex.
  • others:
    • difficult; calling for or dependent on effort; hard; troublesome; hard.
    • difficult to do, do, or conquer; attended with labor, pains, or opposition; laborious: because, a hard undertaking.
    • Hard to please or satisfy; perhaps not compliant; unaccommodating; rigid; austere: since, one of tough mood.
    • challenging persuade or induce; stubborn in producing; obstinate regarding viewpoint: as, he was difficult to convince.
    • Hard to realize or resolve; perplexing; puzzling: as, a challenging passage in an author; an arduous question or issue.
    • Synonyms Difficult, complex, hard (see hard), laborious, toilsome; obscure, knotty.
    • which will make tough; impede.
    • To perplex; embarrass.
    • difficult; requiring or influenced by effort; difficult; troublesome; hard.
    • difficult to do, do, or overcome; attended with labor, discomforts, or resistance; laborious: because, an arduous task.
    • challenging kindly or fulfill; maybe not certified; unaccommodating; rigid; austere: because, a person of tough temper.
    • difficult to sway or cause; stubborn in yielding; obstinate on viewpoint: as, he was tough to persuade.
    • challenging realize or solve; perplexing; puzzling: as, a hard passage in an author; a difficult concern or problem.
    • Synonyms Difficult, tricky, Arduous (see difficult), laborious, toilsome; obscure, knotty.
    • In order to make difficult; impede.
    • To perplex; embarrass.
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