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Dictionary English German: [difficult]

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English German
intangible {adj} [difficult or impossible to understand or to define]
1350
unfassbar [dem Verstand nicht zugänglich; unerklärbar]
awkward {adj} [difficult]
529
schwierig
hard {adj} {adv} [difficult]
217
schwierig
dodgy {adj} [Br.] [coll.] [difficult, tricky]
137
knifflig [schwierig]
sticky {adj} [difficult]
108
schwierig [heikel]
hairy {adj} [also sl.: difficult]
79
haarig [auch ugs.: schwierig]
formidable {adj} [difficult]
63
schwierig
tough {adj} [difficult]
57
schwer [Frage, Entscheidung, Aufgabe]
easy {adj} [not hard or difficult]
37
unschwer
challenging {adj} [difficult]
26
schwierig [schwer zu meistern]
challenging {adj} [difficult, but interesting and enjoyable]
18
reizvoll [schwierig, aber verlockend, lohnend]
crabbed {adj} [difficult to decipher]
17
unleserlich [kaum lesbar]
demanding {adj} [requiring difficult conditions to be met]
9
voraussetzungsvoll
kittle {adj} [archaic] [difficult to cope with, situation or person]
6
heikel [Situation oder Person]
unhandy {adj} [difficult to handle]
5
unhandlich
crabbed {adj} [of handwriting, difficult to read]schlecht lesbar
impractical {adj} [difficult to implement]schwer umsetzbar [in der Praxis]
tricky {adj} [difficult]vigelinsch [nordd.] [schwierig]
Verbs
to stand sth. [difficult situation etc.]
408
etw.Akk. durchstehen
to obscure sth. [to make sth. more vague or difficult to comprehend]
31
etw. verunklaren
climbing to downclimb [difficult descent]
17
abklettern
Nouns
quagmire [difficult, precarious, or entrapping position]
691
Zwickmühle {f} [ugs.] [fig.]
pickle [coll.] [difficult situation]
472
Klemme {f} [ugs.] [fig.]
austerity [difficult economic conditions created by government measures]
133
Knappheit {f} [wegen Rationierung]
marathon [long-lasting and difficult task]
77
Marathon {m} [seltener {n}] [langdauernde und schwierige Aufgabe]
exit [fig.] [solution for a difficult situation]
32
Ausweg {m}
ling. jargon [difficult to understand language]
20
Kauderwelsch {n}
med. VetMed. dystocia [slow or difficult labor or delivery]
8
Geburtsstörung {f}
neol. difficutie [sl.] [rare] [portmanteau of difficult and cutie]
7
Sturköpfchen {n} [ugs.] [selten] [Person; nett, aber mit sturem Kopf]
art crafts [handicrafts] [esp. rare, difficult and historic ones]
6
Handwerkskünste {pl}
med. dysuria [difficult urination]Harnstrenge {f}
poser [coll.] [difficult problem or question]harte Nuss {f} [ugs.]
poser [difficult question]knifflige Frage {f}
stumper [extremely difficult question] [coll.]knifflige Frage {f}
teaser [difficult question]schwierige Frage {f}
teaser [difficult task, problem etc.]schwierige Sache {f}
teaser [difficult task]schwierige Aufgabe {f}
2 Words: Others
most difficult {adj} [extremely difficult]äußerst schwierig
2 Words: Verbs
to demand sth. from sb. [expect sth. difficult or unreasonable]jdm. etw.Akk. zumuten
to mess about [coll.] [make trouble, be difficult]Zicken machen [ugs.] [fig.] [Ärger, Schwierigkeiten machen]
to see sb./sth. through [e.g. a difficult time]durchbringen [fig.] [z. B. durch eine schwierige Situation]
to see sb./sth. through sth. [e.g. a difficult time]jdn./etw. durchbringen [fig.] [begleiten]
to snooker sb. into sth. [Am.] [get someone in a difficult situation]jdn. in etw. hineinmanövrieren [jemanden in eine schwierige Situation bringen]
to stick at sth. [coll.] [continue doing sth., esp. practising (a skill), even it is difficult]bei etw.Dat. bleiben [an etw. dranbleiben, etw. nicht aufgeben]
2 Words: Nouns
a job [coll.] [a difficult task]ein (hartes) Stück {n} Arbeit
Unverified a mouthful [hum.] [fig.] [a complicated word difficult to pronounce]ein Zungenbrecher {m}
asses' bridge [5th proposition in Euclid's 1st book = any very difficult statement of a theorem]sehr schwieriger Ausdruck {m} eines Theorems
hard case [difficult case]schwieriger Fall {m}
hard decision [difficult decision]schwere Entscheidung {f}
hard decision [difficult decision]schwierige Entscheidung {f}
long haul [fig.] [long, tiring, often difficult task]Durststrecke {f} [fig.]
art law lit. orphan work [work whose copyright owner is difficult to trace or cannot be found]verwaistes Werk {n}
tough choice [difficult choice]schwierige Entscheidung {f}
tricky business [coll.] [difficult situation]schwierige Angelegenheit {f}
tricky business [coll.] [difficult situation]verzwickte Sache {f} [ugs.]
equest. unruly horse [difficult horse]schwieriges Pferd {n}
3 Words: Others
in a squeeze [coll.] [in a difficult situation]in der Klemme
3 Words: Verbs
to be a bitch [vulg.] [very difficult task]verdammt schwierig sein [ugs.]
to be a killer [coll.] [difficult thing]ein harter Brocken sein [ugs.]
to get sth. over with [Am.] [sth. unpleasant or difficult [idiom]]etw.Akk. hinter sichAkk. bringen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [bewältigen]
to run sb./sth. to ground [idiom] [find sb./sth. after a difficult search]jdn./etw. (endlich) aufspüren
to stand one's ground [idiom] [not mil.] [prove oneself in a difficult situation]seinen / ihren Mann stehen [Redewendung] [erfolgreich sein und sich bewähren]
3 Words: Nouns
a tough call [difficult choice to make]eine schwierige Wahl {f}
a tough call [difficult decision to make]eine schwierige Entscheidung {f}
games million-dollar question [most difficult to answer]Millionenfrage {f} [fig.] [entscheidende Frage]
4 Words: Others
easy on the cook {adj} [not difficult for a cook to do]leicht zu kochen
4 Words: Verbs
to be difficult to say [also figurative for difficult to discern]sich schwer sagen lassen [auch figurativ für schwer wahrzunehmen]
to be no mean feat [idiom] [be difficult to achieve / to do]kein leichtes Unterfangen sein [Vorhaben]
to be over one's head [idiom] [too difficult to understand]zu hoch für jdn. sein [ugs.] [Redewendung] [zu schwer zu verstehen]
idiom to be over one's head [too difficult to understand]jds. Horizont übersteigen [zu schwer zu verstehen]
5+ Words: Nouns
a tough nut to crack [fig.] [a difficult task]ein harter Brocken {m} [fig.] [eine schwierige Aufgabe]
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