Definition of 'maze'
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The grounds around the house are a maze of shelters and sandbags. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Its pedestrianised maze of streets are full of boutique style shops. The Sun (2010)But the moral maze is not quite as murky as it should be. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They also told him to leave a corridor through the maze of tables for hapless pedestrians. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)We were led into the maze of alleyways. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Explore tropical moths and butterflies in the giant maze and butterfly house. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And here lies a further twist in the moral maze. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It's a maze of cobbled streets with so much to explore. The Sun (2008)The system sent staff to the wrong places and many were unable to find the correct loading bays via the maze of corridors. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's a maze of houses jutting out of the rock face. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Oh, do you still need to know the moral of this moral maze? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Most people know about the maze and gardens, but far fewer know that you can stay overnight. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Perhaps the cluttered and increasingly confusing maze of the hang is meant to evoke the complexities of Wonderland. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Only by crossing the short bridge can you take in its natural grandeur and the maze of streets that make up the medieval town. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It will also provide family trees on its website so that listeners are not left behind by the confusing maze of Russian characters. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This maze of alleyways and compounds is grimly familiar to British veterans of Sangin. Times, Sunday Times (2011)At parties, it is like being in a maze: one constantly has to jump in the air in the hope of seeing a way out. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'maze'
British English: maze /meɪz/ NOUN
A maze is a complex system of passages or paths separated by walls or hedges.
The palace has large gardens, a maze, and tennis courts.
- American English: maze
- Arabic: مَتَاهَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: labirinto
- Chinese: 迷宫
- Croatian: labirint
- Czech: bludiště
- Danish: labyrint
- Dutch: doolhof
- European Spanish: laberinto
- Finnish: sokkelo
- French: labyrinthe
- German: Irrgarten
- Greek: λαβύρινθος
- Italian: labirinto
- Japanese: 迷路
- Korean: 미로
- Norwegian: labyrint
- Polish: labirynt
- European Portuguese: labirinto
- Romanian: labirint
- Russian: лабиринт
- Spanish: laberinto
- Swedish: labyrint
- Thai: ทางวกวน
- Turkish: labirent
- Ukrainian: лабіринт
- Vietnamese: mê cung
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