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He can't cope with difficult situations.
If your ability to accomplish a job does not exceed the peak (hump), on the difficulty scale for one job (project), then no matter how long you wait it will not be solved.
Many things are easy to talk about, but difficult to actually carry out.
It's hard for an old man to change his way of living.
For good or ill, there is no way but this to tide over the difficulty.
Some unexpected difficulties have arisen.
It would be difficult to improve the device when there is no effective catalyst.
The problem is how we cope with the present difficulties.
It was foggy, so it was hard to make out the figures of people walking.
It is hard to discern between the true and the false.
Since her father's death, she has gone through a lot of hardships.
The widowed mother had to go through a lot of hardships.
In high altitudes, people find it hard to breathe.
She overcame the difficulty.
I found it difficult to make out what she was saying.
It is difficult, if not impossible, to persuade him.
They went through with many difficulties.
They brought trouble on themselves.
They are suffering financial difficulties.
They got into difficulties.

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