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arduous

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源自拉丁語 arduus (高耸的,险峻的,难以企及的,困难的,费事的),与愛爾蘭語 ard (高的)有关。

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arduous (比較級 more arduous最高級 most arduous)

  1. 艰苦的,艰难
    The movement towards a peaceful settlement has been a long and arduous political struggle.
    这个和平解决争端的努力是一场费时费力的政治斗争。
    • 2012 5月 5, Phil McNulty, “Chelsea 2-1 Liverpool”, 出自 BBC Sport[1]:
      Chelsea survived and can now turn their attentions to the Champions League final against Bayern Munich in Germany later this month as they face an increasingly arduous task to finish in the Premier League's top four.
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    • 有關使用本詞的更多用例,請參閱Citations:arduous
  2. (弃用) 炙热
    • 1805-1814, Dante, Henry Francis Cary (translator), The Divine Comedy
      Where flames the arduous Spirit of Isidore.
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  3. (因陡峭,险峻等)难以越过的
    • 1974, Sue Bowder, The American biking atlas & touring guide,頁號 77:
      Beyond the river, an arduous slope rises 3286 feet in 13 miles.
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    • 1999, Scott Ciencin, Mike Fredericks, Dinoverse:
      Mike looked up from the arduous mountain trail. They'd been climbing for five hours and he was beginning to feel irritable.
    • 2006, Jack W. Plunkett, Plunkett's Entertainment & Media Industry Almanac 2006:
      Survivor reaches as many as 28 million viewers who watch contestants win a new Pontiac or guzzle Mountain Dew after scaling an arduous cliff.
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    • 有關使用本詞的更多用例,請參閱Citations:arduous

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