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What Are The Hardest Nuts To crack

Универсальный англо-русский словарь . Академик.ру . 2011 .

Смотреть что такое «hard nut to crack» в других словарях:

hard\ nut\ to\ crack — • hard nut to crack • tough nut to crack n. phr. informal Something difficult to understand or to do. Tom s algebra lesson was a hard nut to crack. Mary found knitting a hard nut to crack. Compare: hard row to hoe … Словарь американских идиом

hard nut to crack — also[tough nut to crack] , Something difficult to understand or to do. * /Tom s algebra lesson was a hard nut to crack./ * /Mary found knitting a hard nut to crack./ Compare: HARD ROW TO HOE … Dictionary of American idioms

hard nut to crack — also[tough nut to crack] , Something difficult to understand or to do. * /Tom s algebra lesson was a hard nut to crack./ * /Mary found knitting a hard nut to crack./ Compare: HARD ROW TO HOE … Dictionary of American idioms

hard nut to crack — noun A particularly difficult problem to solve. Finding a generic solution to this set of problems has been a very hard nut to crack. Syn: difficult nut to crack, tough nut to crack … Wiktionary

hard nut to crack — a person or thing not easily understood or influenced He is a hard nut to crack and is not close to many people … Idioms and examples

hard nut to crack — a hard/tough ˈnut (to ˈcrack) idiom a difficult problem or situation to deal with Main entry: ↑nutidiom … Useful english dictionary

Hard nut to crack — 1. difficult question, undertaking, or problem; 2. person who is difficult to convince, understand, or know … Dictionary of Australian slang

hard nut to crack — Australian Slang 1. difficult question, undertaking, or problem; 2. person who is difficult to convince, understand, or know … English dialects glossary

hard nut to crack — unyielding, unbending, obdurate, stubborn … English contemporary dictionary

a hard nut to crack — informal a person or thing that is difficult to understand or influence * * * a hard nut (to crack) see ↑nut • • • Main Entry: ↑hard * * * a hard/tough ˈnut (to ˈcrack) idiom a difficult problem or situation to deal with Main entry: ↑ … Useful english dictionary

a tough/hard nut to crack — see ↑nut • • • Main Entry: ↑crack … Useful english dictionary

Date: Mar 29 2007

1. Quote — Listen to the quote and guess what the slang means.

“I think America is a hard nut to crack.”

1. Definition — Study the definition.

difficult to break into; difficult to win over; hard to understand

2. Use — Learn how the slang is used.

Simon Cowell was responsible for bringing American Idol to American television. It is now the country’s most popular show. However, he is saying here that it was hard to figure out a way to be successful on American television. In other words, America is a hard nut to crack.

1. Examples — Hear some example sentences.

“Johnny is a hard nut to crack. He’s so quiet, I can never tell what he’s thinking.”

“Journalism is a hard nut to crack. It’s very difficult to get published. There is a lot of competition.”

“My boss is a hard nut to crack. No matter what I do, he never says thank you. I can’t tell if he likes me or not.”