Translation of conundrum in Spanish:

conundrum

Pronunciation: /kəˈnʌndrəm/

n

  • adivinanza (f), acertijo (m) there remain a few conundrums surrounding … quedan unas cuantas interrogantes relacionadas con …
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    • Children with recurrent abdominal pain present a difficult conundrum for doctors.
    • For the environmentalists, there was no getting around this difficult conundrum.
    • Other than that, it can be something of a difficult ethical conundrum for somebody.

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