|讀音：||laai6 dei6 ngaang6|
(英文) to make a far-fetched excuse for one's own fault or failure; to attribute an undesirable outcome to an unrelated or a remotely related variable; literally, to blame the hardness of ground on which one stands
配詞 / 用法：
(英) an idiomatic and more vulgar expression that bears the same meaning as '賴地硬'; literally, to blame one's constipation on the hardness of ground on which one tried to defecate
(英) The captain of the other team ascribed their loss to the hardness of the pitch.
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