Definition of difficultas
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LEM
difficultās, difficultātis
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. difficulty, trouble, distress, poverty, want, embarrassment
  2. obstinacy, captiousness, moroseness
Abbreviations
difficultās ātis (gen plur. -tātium, L.), f difficilis, difficulty, trouble, distress, poverty, want, embarrassment: discendi: navigandi, Cs.: faciundi pontis, Cs.: loci, S.: vecturae: summa navium: rei frumentariae, Cs.: nummaria, scarcity of money: domestica, distressed circumstances: in agendo: res ad receptum difficultatem adferebat, Cs.: ad consilium capiendum, Cs.: contra tantas difficultates providere, S.: erat in magnis Caesaris difficultatibus res, ne, etc., Cs.

— Obstinacy, captiousness, moroseness: difficultatem exsorbuit.
 
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