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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlabyrinthlab‧y‧rinth /ˈlæbərɪnθ/ noun [countable]  1 LOST/DON'T KNOW WHERE YOU AREa large network of paths or passages which cross each other, making it very difficult to find your way syn mazelabyrinth of a labyrinth of underground tunnels2 COMPLICATEDsomething that is very complicated and difficult to understandlabyrinth of Decisions are frequently delayed in the labyrinth of Whitehall committees.labyrinthine /ˌlæbəˈrɪnθaɪn◂/ adjective labyrinthine corridors
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labyrintha bureaucratic labyrinthlabyrinth ofa labyrinth of underground tunnels
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