- 困难的,难懂的 needing a lot of effort, skill, etc.; hard to do, make, understand, or deal with; not easy
- 不易相处的,难满足的 hard to deal with; not easy to please or persuade
- not easy; requiring great physical or mental effort to accomplish or comprehend or endure;
"a difficult task"
"nesting places on the cliffs are difficult of access"
"why is it so hard for you to keep a secret?"
- hard to control;
"a difficult child"
"an unmanageable situation"
- The quest for gold was difficult.
- The child is going through a difficult phase.
- She handled a difficult argument skilfully.
- She is just being difficult.
- He was a difficult man to deal with.
English is a difficult language to learn.
Mathematics is regarded as a difficult subject.
He is absorbed in the calculation of that difficult maths problem.
The teacher gave us an explanation of the difficult point.
If you think that the repair is going to be a difficult job, we'll just have to call in a builder.
He is hardly capable of executing such a difficult task.
He bore himself with dignity under such difficult circumstances.
Though their task was a difficult one, their revolutionary zeal and perseverance carried them through.
The old man bears the difficult days of the past in mind.
He has always been a difficult child.
He is a difficult poet.
She's a difficult woman to get on with.
He was in a very difficult position.
I appreciate the task will be long and difficult.
When you get down to it, it isn't so difficult.
Unloading the boxes is hard; inspecting them is even more difficult.
The calculation was difficult but we finally cracked it.
Don't be so difficult!
We had hoped that we would be able to leave tomorrow, but it's beginning to look difficult.
Nothing is difficult to a man who wills.
It was difficult of proof.
The theory is difficult of explanation.
It was difficult of solution.
The summit of the mountain is difficult of ascent.
The question is difficult to answer.
The task is difficult to do.
The place is difficult to live (in).
The emotionally disturbed are difficult to treat.
The patient was difficult to manage, but the nurse dealt with him all right.
He is difficult to satisfy.
It's very difficult to dig into the cliff.
It is difficult to arrange their difference.
It is difficult to choose between such two nice houses.
During my illness I got behind in my school work, and now it is difficult to catch up.
It's so difficult to get a chance.
It is difficult to get them all together under one roof.
It was difficult to get the pole over the hedge.
It's difficult to carry on a conversation at a noisy party.
It is difficult to forgive anyone for cruelty.
It is difficult to adjust one's habits to someone else.
It's difficult to talk to her, because she is hard of hearing.
It is difficult to adapt oneself to sudden changes of temperature.
It is difficult for me to teach.
It is difficult for me to do the task.
It is difficult for you to learn English.
It was difficult for her to fight back her tears.
I think it's not difficult for him to get a word in edgeways, because all the chatterboxes are not here.
It was difficult for me to decide which one to buy.
It's rather difficult for a cocky person to be on good terms with others.
I found English difficult at first.
That made the subject difficult of investigation.
She got across the headmaster, who made life very difficult for her.
I find it difficult to adapt myself to the climate here.
The modern children find it difficult to conceive of a time when there was no radio or TV.
His awkward speech made him difficult to understand.
- difficult country〔ground〕 丘陵地区
- difficult language 困难的语言
- difficult position 艰难的境况
- difficult problem 困难的问题
- difficult sound 难发的音
- how difficult 多么困难
- rather difficult 很难
- too difficult 太难了
- administratively difficult 行政上困难,管理艰难
- alarmingly difficult 惊人地难,困难得使人惊恐
- conspicuously difficult 明显地难,突出地困难
- curiously difficult 异常艰难
- desperately difficult 极端困难,极艰难
- dishearteningly difficult 困难得使人失去信心,难得使人失望
- evidently difficult 显然艰难,明显地难
- formidably difficult 困难得难以克服地,令人生畏地困难
- impossibly difficult 困难得不可能存在,艰难得不会发生
- intricately difficult 错综艰难
- naturally difficult 自然困难,当然难弄
- obviously difficult 显然可见地困难,明显难弄
- overwhelmingly difficult 不可逾越地难,难以战胜地困难
- particularly difficult 特别难,非常艰难
- patently difficult 显然地困难,明白地难弄
- peculiarly difficult 特别难,罕见地艰难
- perplexingly difficult 困难得使人困惑,艰难
- physically difficult 确确实实地困难,的确难弄
- relatively difficult 比较困难,相对艰难
- seriously difficult 严重困难,很艰难
- strangely difficult 异常地艰难,极困难
- supremely difficult 最困难,极艰难
- tremendously difficult 极困难,非常艰难
- unbelievably difficult 困难得令人难以相信
- be difficult for sb to do sth 对某人来说做…是困难的
- be difficult in 在…方面难
- (be) difficult of 难地,不易
- man difficult of access 难以接近的人
- object difficult of attainment 不易达到的目的
- be difficult of definition 难以下定义
- be difficult of explanation 难以解释
- be difficult of proof 难以证明
- be difficult of solution 难以解决
- be difficult to sb 对某人来说难
Knowledge..is difficult to gain.出自：Wordsworth
It is difficult to imagine a more universal disaster.出自：J. L. Motley
Some harbours..are made difficult of access by..sunken rocks.出自：J. Conrad
Help to see him through the difficult weeks ahead.出自：Daily Mirror
- difficult的基本意思是“难的”,指难以做到的、难以解决的、难以理解的、难以承受的事物,多用于智力或情感方面,侧重需付出大量思考或运用技巧方能解决。引申用于修饰人时表示“难以对付的,不易取悦的”; 用于指境遇时表示“尴尬的”。
- difficult可和being连用,表示“故意作出来的”。例如:She is being difficult.她是在故意刁难。
- difficult, hard
- Passing the examination is a difficult task.
- The making of a road is a hard job.
- It is difficult to please him.
- He is difficult to please.
- He is a difficult person to please.
误 The sentence is difficult to be understood.
正 The sentence is difficult to understand.
误 He is very difficult to learn languages.
正 It's very difficult for him to learn languages.
误 I am difficult to understand the article.
正 It's difficult for me to understand the article.
析 difficult表示“难的,困难的”,一般用来指物,不以“人”作主语,并且须用“It is/was difficult for sb to- v ”的结构。
- ☆ 1400年左右英入进语，直接源自该语的difficulty。
- difficult:difficult adj. 困难的, 艰难的, (人)难相处的 英英解释:形容词difficult:1. not easy; requiring great physical or mental e…