Sinônimos de difficulty
an objection or obstacleThe main difficulty has been getting enough students to try out the scheme.
the economic problems of the inner city
a charity that helps women in trouble with the law
Overcrowding remains a large obstacle to improving conditions.
The weather will be the biggest hurdle.
The issue raises a moral dilemma.
a sole that reduces the hazard of slipping on slick surfaces
The age difference was a complication to the relationship.
I don't think it's worth the money or the hassle.
A police crackdown hit a snag when villains stole one of their cars.
uphill (South Africa), ,
This job has been a real uphill.
The pitfalls of working abroad are numerous.
Perhaps the major stumbling block is the military presence.
There is no legal impediment to the marriage.
Higher rates have been a hindrance to economic recovery.
The anonymous letter creates a quandary for the judge.
can of worms (informal),
point at issue,
lack of easeThe injured man mounted his horse with difficulty.
the state or quality of being difficultquestions arranged in no particular order of difficulty
a diplomatic problem of great complexity
Her poetry was characterised by a complication of imagery and ideas.
Garments are priced according to the intricacy of the work.
the size, shape and convolutions of the human brain
See in difficulty or difficulties
Ten thousand difficulties do not make one doubt – Apologia pro Vita Sua]Difficulties are things that show what men are – Discourses]Difficulty gives all things their estimation – Essays]
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in the sense of abstruseness
in the sense of awkwardness
It was a moment of some awkwardness in our relationship.
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