Chinese-English Translation of 伤脑筋
Chinese-English Translation Examples of 伤脑筋
- We're having trouble with our new car.
- That's quite a poser!
- She met with many difficulties when travelling.
- It's a bastard of a problem, this one.
- 在这 工作有一件伤脑筋的事, 就是在办公处附近很难停车
- One of the annoyances of working here is the difficulty of parking near the office.
- This problem is exercising our minds very much at the moment.
- This crossword will really tax your brain.
- The sudden fall in the value of the dollar has puzzled financial experts.
- One of the annoyances of work here is the difficulty of parking near the office.
- Stop bothering your head about it.
- It must be nice to run a boardinghouse and not have to worry about something different for dinner very day.
- Bush on his final presidential trip to east asia seemed visibly relieved yesterday to be leaving behind the vexatious foreign policy challenges that go with his office.
- The other more vexing problem the one that we really have to worry about for larger numbers of people-if there were nuclear terrorism-is how much external ionizing penetrating radiation a person would get after a nuclear detonation.
- He was sixty years old and his crisp curly hair was silver-white but his shrewd face was unlined and his hard little blue eyes were young with the unworried youthfulness of one who has never taxed his brain with problems more abstract than how many cards to draw in a poker game.
- He was scowling fearfully and I judged that he was concocting a particularly knotty editorial.