Definition of 'trouble'
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Share your romantic troubles and moan about your bad knee. The Sun (2016)The firm had to deny speculation over the weekend it is in financial trouble. The Sun (2016)So we put our troubles aside and get our work done first. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The man himself will have no trouble keeping busy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This country is in big trouble. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This morning he finds himself back in trouble, suspended from work. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Without economic growth, savers would have found themselves in deep trouble anyway. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I say they would have been asking for trouble to do anything else. The Sun (2017)The trouble is each one of these hooligans knows they won't receive a harsh punishment because of their age. The Sun (2016)This is a weak enough race for his fencing debut and he clearly won't be troubled if the conditions get softer. The Sun (2016)Any deficiencies in their work can lead to significant legal and financial troubles. Christianity Today (2000)He missed most of the next season because of back trouble. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The trouble is one has to go. The Sun (2014)You know you need help to stay out of trouble and find something worthwhile to aim for. The Sun (2009)There was another troubling aspect to the film. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They have joined a gang and two are already in trouble with the police. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There are various organisations that can assist anyone in trouble. Times, Sunday Times (2013)So do take the trouble to invite them out or go in for a visit. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But just about any back trouble can cause pain in your leg as far as your knee. The Sun (2015)Will it be any trouble to get over here that quickly? Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)He pointed out how all the big clubs have trouble with them. The Sun (2012)Their stretched financial position could be making a tricky situation much more troubling. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Some committed suicide while others suffered fatal heart trouble and other conditions. The Sun (2012)The trouble about declaring war is that loss becomes a real possibility. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)We know our neighbours but we do not trouble to know anything about them. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But will the troubled show still go on? The Sun (2014) Will it trouble me physically? Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'trouble'
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
Definition of trouble from the Collins English Dictionary
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