Preguntas sobre ejemplos de oraciones con, y la definición y uso de "Labyrinth"

El significado de "Labyrinth" en varias frases y oraciones

Q: ¿Qué significa byzantine labyrinth?
A: excessively complicated maze

it's used figuratively here to mean that getting financial aid is a very complicated process.

Q: ¿Qué significa labyrinth?
A: A labyrinth is like a giant maze or puzzle.
"He couldn't find his way out of the labyrinth."
"My mind is stuck in a labyrinth!"

Palabras similares a "Labyrinth" y sus diferencias

Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre labyrinth y maze ?
A: Maze = multicursal (de recorrido múltiple - más complejo)
Labyrinth = unicursal ( de recorrido único)
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre labyrinth y maze ?
A: a labyrinth only has one path that you follow that goes to the center (where there's usually something, like a fountain if its a hedge path) then to the exit, it doesnt have dead-end pathways and doesnt try to trick you. mazes are puzzles and can have twists and multiple exits and paths that end abruptly with no exit connected to them. the word "maze" is usually used for both of them anyway, even if one is a labyrinth
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre labyrinth y maze ?
A: For me a maze is a network of passages turning and twisting in many places. The paths of a maze are located along tall hedges, so they (hedges) run along on either side of the passage. Mazes are always the be found in the open, whereas labyrinth can be a network of winding passages arranged, say, inside a building.
In one of my favorite video games there are numerous underground tunnels called Ayleid ruins which I'd never call a maze, but a labyrinth.
Other commentators are encouraged to correct me, if my understanding is wrong.
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre labyrinth y maze ?
A: Labyrinth is more of a "fancy" version of maze. they are mostly used in the same context

Traducciones de "Labyrinth"

Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? labyrinth
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Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? labyrinth
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Otras preguntas sobre "Labyrinth"

Q: I'm in a labyrinth.....
What is the difference between these expressions? Feel free to just provide example sentences.

1. You should learn Kanji, and you will be able to read the book.
2. You should learn Kanji, and you can read the book.
3. Learn Kanji, and you will be able to read the book.
4. Learn Kanji, and you can read the book.
A: 3 is correct and natural. :)

If you wanted to change 1, it would need to be:
"You should learn kanji. Then, you will be able to read the book."
Q: "construct an inescapable labyrinth".

Could you read this at a natural speed, so that I can learn how you pronounce "an-in(escapable)"?
A: As you wish.
Q: ¿Esto suena natural? labyrinth
A: It is closer to "lab--eh--rinth" or "lab--rinth" the "y" does not make a "ee" sound but more of a "eh" or "i" sound.

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