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Difficulty

Meanings and phrases

difficulty

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n.
  1. an effort that is inconvenient; trouble
  2. a factor causing trouble in achieving a positive result or tending to produce a negative result
  3. a condition or state of affairs almost beyond one's ability to deal with and requiring great effort to bear or overcome
  4. the quality of being difficult; difficultness

great difficulty

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E.g.
  • With great difficulty we managed to drag her back.
  • There was great difficulty in determining its position.
  • They became stuck and were removed with great difficulty.

financial difficulty

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E.g.
  • Then Williams ran into financial difficulty because the price was too low.
  • Henry Wade had lost his job, his brother was in financial difficulty and needed help.
  • When the company ran into severe financial difficulty, Klein stepped in to save his investment.

difficulty level

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E.g.
  • There is only one map, and no varying difficulty level.
  • "TouchArcade" praised its difficulty level.
  • Track selection per cup may vary based on difficulty level chosen.

having difficulty

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E.g.
  • He returned a week later after having difficulty in loading the gun.
  • The officer noticed that the defendant was having difficulty standing.
  • For one thing, Narkompros was having difficulty competing for funding from the Politburo.

difficulty finding

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E.g.
  • They even had difficulty finding places to rehearse.
  • They have had difficulty finding an alternative, however.

without difficulty

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E.g.
  • The river was crossed without difficulty.
  • The Lebanese authorities were able to suppress them without difficulty."
  • Backfire Rocket Two was prepared for launch on 2 October and was launched without difficulty.

difficulty levels

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E.g.
  • Five difficulty levels are available for solo play.
  • First, the difficulty levels were renamed.
  • There are 4 difficulty levels: EasyRide, Novice, Expert, Master.

no difficulty

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E.g.
  • The young people usually have no difficulty when the activities truly apply to their lives.
  • Bush and incumbent Vice President Dick Cheney were renominated by their party with no difficulty.
  • Ridden by the Australian jockey Frank Bullock, he had "no difficulty" in winning from the four-year-old filly Silver Tag.

much difficulty

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E.g.
  • With much difficulty, Kang finds part of Oh's remains.
  • With much difficulty they found a way to Poland, arriving in 1921.
  • They arrived with almost nothing and had much difficulty renting a room.

little difficulty

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E.g.
  • Otherwise, Parra experienced little difficulty in retiring hitters.
  • Mahias's battalion attacked and took this fort with little difficulty.
  • 1 seed, dispatched Polgar and Grischuk with little difficulty to reach the final.

level of difficulty

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E.g.
  • It been bred in captivity with a moderate level of difficulty.
  • There were three questions for each couple with an increasing level of difficulty.
  • There must be variety and complexity in the sequence to achieve a high level of difficulty.

difficulty breathing

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E.g.
  • Symptoms include cough, difficulty breathing, and fatigue.
  • The larvae migrate to the lungs, and cause the pig to cough and have difficulty breathing.
  • However, they are also connected to conditions such as fever, feeling cold, and having difficulty breathing.

difficulty getting

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E.g.
  • Yellows may have difficulty getting down to business.
  • The oldest team in East Kalimantan has difficulty getting a sponsor.
  • Upon completing more than 50 commercials, Morris had difficulty getting them on the air.

increasing difficulty

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E.g.
  • Along with that there are 50 levels designed with increasing difficulty.
  • Four different tasks of increasing difficulty were given to 9 males and 8 females.
  • The objective is to build molecules from atoms, with gradually increasing difficulty and speed.

difficulty in finding

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E.g.
  • Martínez's literary output, though she had difficulty in finding publishers, was prolific.
  • Lice populations are also sparse, which can contribute to difficulty in finding live specimens.
  • One prevalent deficit in the aphasias is anomia, which is a difficulty in finding the correct word.

more difficulty

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E.g.
  • Having more difficulty dealing with stress makes mothers less responsive to their infant's cues.
  • Fish without jaws had more difficulty surviving than fish with jaws, and most jawless fish became extinct.
  • The hill can also be approached with more difficulty from its West flank up to the small lake Llyn yr Arddu.

levels of difficulty

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E.g.
  • The game has 42 challenges and three levels of difficulty.
  • The game includes several songs with up to five levels of difficulty.
  • There are three different levels of difficulty, easy, medium, and hard.
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