Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de knotty

(adjetivo) 
Definition
extremely difficult or puzzling
The new management team faces some knotty problems.
Sinónimos
puzzling
His letter poses a number of puzzling questions.
,
hard
That's a very hard question.
,
difficult
It was a very difficult decision to make.
,
complex
in-depth coverage of today's complex issues
,
complicated
The political situation in this region is very complicated.
,
tricky
This could be a very tricky problem.
,
baffling
I was constantly ill, with a baffling array of symptoms.
,
intricate
intricate patterns and motifs
,
troublesome
The economy has become a troublesome problem for the party.
,
perplexing
The procedure is perplexing at the best of times.
,
mystifying
,
thorny
the thorny issue of immigration policy
,
problematical
(adjetivo) 
Definition
full of knots
the knotty trunk of a hawthorn tree
Sinónimos
knotted
,
rough
She made her way across the rough ground.
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rugged
a rugged mountainous terrain
,
bumpy
bumpy cobbled streets
,
gnarled
a garden full of ancient gnarled trees
,
knobby
,
nodular

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of baffling
I was constantly ill, with a baffling array of symptoms.
in the sense of bumpy
bumpy cobbled streets
Sinónimos
potholed,
knobby
in the sense of complex
Definition
intricate or complicated
in-depth coverage of today's complex issues
Sinónimos
mingled,
convoluted,
Daedalian (literary)

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The moon is at the forefront of our minds as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s ‘small step’ on 20th July, 1969. This month, we’ve been exploring lunar terminology, as well as looking at how the moon has woven itself into the fabric of our everyday language.
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