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困難, こんなん

  • konnan


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • difficulty
  • distress

Examples of 困難,こんなん in a Sentence

It goes without saying that it was supremely difficult to carry out this mission.
The city was put in a difficult financial situation.
The output power of a one square meter solar panel is about one watt, so it is difficult to use solar power on a large scale at present.
It is hard to see the sights of Tokyo in a few days.
It is difficult to speak three languages.
We're confident that you are up to the challenge of the new position.
I had no difficulty finding your house.
You will have to go through hardship.
You have to go through many hardships.
A new difficulty presented itself.

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