Difficult

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Definition

difficult: not easy, hard, complicated; inconvenient
adjective

a difficulty: a problem; when something is not easy to do or understand
noun

Examples

  • "Edward : I've had such a difficult morning"
  • "Thank you for coming on such short notice, during these difficult circumstances."
  • "Susie : We need to issue a publicity statement that denounces Ivana's behavior, but also shows we are helping her through this difficult time."
  • "Bruno : Tonight is going to be difficult."
  • "Why is forcing democracy on a country so difficult?"
  • "Though you still show much difficulty respecting our ‘no touching' rule, you have demonstrated great progress in the following areas"
  • "Therefore we'd like you to avoid the following words and expressions (I've explained the more difficult ones for your benefit)"
  • "These last few months have been very difficult for me."
  • "Edward : I'm sorry, Philip, but I've had such a difficult morning!"

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