§ სიძნელე
this added to our difficulties ეს კიდევ ჩვენს სიძნელეებს დაემატა/დაერთო
1 სიძნელე, დაბრკოლება, გართულება, სირთულე
he met with difficulties სიძნელეებს / სირთულეებს წააწყდა
it presents no difficulty ეს არაა ძნელი
2 გასაჭირი, გაჭირვება
she had difficulty in breathing სუნთქვა უჭირდა
we had difficulty in finding his house მისი სახლის პოვნა გაგვიჭირდა
he is in financial difficulties ფინანსურად უჭირს
with difficulty გაჭირვებით
little difficulty უმნიშვნელო დაბრკოლება
you must provide for any kind of difficulty ყოველგვარი დაბრკოლებისთვის მზად უნდა იყო
he did it without the least difficulty ამის გაკეთება სულაც არ გასჭირვებია
●●we are labouring under considerable difficulties საკმაოდ მძიმე პირობებში გვიხდება ყოფნა
he overcame all difficulties ყველა სიძნელე გადალახა
this case shuts with difficulty ეს ჩემოდანი ძნელად იხურება
to master difficulties სიძნელეების გადალახვა / დაძლევა
we'll be up against difficulties სიძნელეებს წავაწყდით

English-Georgian dictionary.


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