English translation of '麻烦'
⇒ 入学手续很麻烦。(Rùxué shǒuxù hěn máfan.)
The enrolment process was problematic.
⇒ 申请签证很麻烦。(Shēnqǐng qiānzhèng hěn máfan.)
Applying for visas can be such a hassle.
⇒ 不好意思，麻烦您了。(Bù hǎoyìsi, máfan nín le.)
Sorry to trouble you.
'麻烦' in Other Languages
British English: trouble /ˈtrʌbl/ NOUN
You can refer to problems or difficulties as trouble.
I had trouble parking.
- American English: trouble
- Arabic: قَلَق
- Brazilian Portuguese: problema
- Chinese: 麻烦
- Croatian: problem
- Czech: potíže
- Danish: problem
- Dutch: moeite
- European Spanish: problemas
- Finnish: vaikeus
- French: difficultés
- German: Schwierigkeit
- Greek: μπελάς
- Italian: problema
- Japanese: 困難
- Korean: 곤란
- Norwegian: trøbbel
- Polish: kłopot
- European Portuguese: problema
- Romanian: dificultate
- Russian: беспокойство
- Spanish: problema
- Swedish: bekymmer
- Thai: ปัญหา
- Turkish: güçlük
- Ukrainian: проблема
- Vietnamese: vấn đề phiền toái
British English: bother NOUN
Bother means trouble or difficulty. You can also use bother to refer to an activity which causes this, especially when you would prefer not to do it or get involved with it.
I usually buy sliced bread–it's less bother.
British English: hassle NOUN
A hassle is a situation that is difficult and involves problems, effort, or arguments with people.
I don't think it's worth the money or the hassle.
British English: hassle VERB
If someone hassles you, they cause problems for you, often by repeatedly telling you or asking you to do something, in an annoying way.
Then my husband started hassling me.
Translation of 麻烦 from the Collins Chinese to English Dictionary