英 [ˈdɪfɪkəltɪ] 美 [ˈdɪfɪˌkʌlti]
1. to have difficulties with sth 在...方面有困难
2. with difficulty 困难地；吃力地
3. to get into difficulties 陷入困境；遇到困难
The country is facing great economic difficulties.
We're still having difficulties with the new computers.
The injured man mounted his horse with difficulty.
The difficulties they are experiencing are caused by a lack of trained personnel.
They got into difficulties with the mortgage payments.
英 [ˈprɒbləm] 美 [ˈprɑbləm]
1. to have problems with sb/sth 和某人有矛盾；做某事有困难
2. to have no problem doing sth 毫不费力地做某事
They were having problems with the children.
The main problem was that I had very little experience.
The teacher set the class four problems to do.
There are a few vague and obscure problems to solve.