What does difficult mean?

difficult in AZ Dictionary

(a) 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.
(a) challenging endure; trying: dropped upon tough times.
(a) challenging understand or solve: a difficult problem.
(v) To make hard; to impede; to perplex.
(v) To make difficult; to impede; to perplex.
(v) To make difficult; to impede; to perplex.
(v) To render difficult; to impede; to perplex.
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.

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  • Sentence for "difficult"
    • It is of course extremely difficult
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  • Synonym for "difficult"
    • laborious, crabbed, perplexed, troublesome, painful
  • Phrases for "difficult"
    • very difficult, more difficult, incredibly difficult, extraordinarily difficult, most difficult
  • Equivalent for "difficult"
    • uncheckable, ungovernable, uncontrollable, indocile, unruly
  • Same Context for "difficult"
    • dangerous, easy, important, impossible, critical
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