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難局, なんきょく

  • nankyoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • difficult situation

Examples of 難局,なんきょく in a Sentence

But for your help I could not have got over the hardship.
We have to somehow come through this troublesome situation.
You've got to take the bull by the horns!
Thanks to your advice, I got over the hardship.
He got out of the trouble by making believe that he couldn't hear.
The question is how we will bell the cat.
They could not cope with those difficulties.
The general took the bull by the horns and saved his army from disaster.
He managed to get off the difficulty.
The new coalition government is trying to ride out the storm.

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