English translation of 'difficoltà'
invariable feminine noun
difficultynon arrenderti alla prima difficoltà
don't give up at the first difficultydifficoltà finanziarie
financial difficultiestrovare difficoltà a fare qc
to find it difficult to do sthfare delle difficoltà
to make difficulties,
raise objectionstrovarsi in difficoltà
to have problems
'difficoltà' in Other Languages
British English: difficulty /ˈdɪfɪkltɪ/ NOUN
A difficulty is a problem.
- American English: difficulty
- Arabic: صُعُوبَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: dificuldade
- Chinese: 困难
- Croatian: teškoća
- Czech: obtížnost
- Danish: vanskelighed
- Dutch: moeilijkheid
- European Spanish: dificultad
- Finnish: vaikeus
- French: difficulté
- German: Schwierigkeit
- Greek: δυσκολία
- Italian: difficoltà
- Japanese: 困難
- Korean: 어려움
- Norwegian: vanskelighet
- Polish: trudność
- European Portuguese: dificuldade
- Romanian: dificultate
- Russian: сложность
- Spanish: dificultad
- Swedish: svårighet
- Thai: ความยากลำบาก
- Turkish: güçlük
- Ukrainian: труднощі
- Vietnamese: sự khó khăn
British English: complexities NOUN
The complexities of something are the many complicated factors involved in it.
...those who find it hardest to cope with the complexities of modern life.
British English: hardship NOUN
Hardship is a situation in which your life is difficult or unpleasant, often because you do not have enough money.
Many people are suffering economic hardship.
British English: rigour NOUN
job If you refer to the rigours of an activity or job, you mean the difficult, demanding, or unpleasant things that are associated with it.
He found the rigours of the tour too demanding.
Nearby words of 'difficoltà'
Translation of difficoltà from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary