Definition of 'troublemaker'
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Police have drafted in translators fluent in Arabic languages to pinpoint potential troublemakers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They know the troublemakers who commit most of the crime. The Sun (2007)Association members will have access to an online database of known troublemakers. The Sun (2010)They could support the police by being decent role models and keeping an eye on potential troublemakers. The Sun (2011)They took action to discredit a potential troublemaker, for want of a better phrase. The Sun (2013)There are concerns about the allegiance of migrants waved into Britain from countries where they are known troublemakers. The Sun (2008)But three in ten failed to complain as they didn't want to be known as a troublemaker. The Sun (2012)Campaigners say they regret the violence, which was largely carried out by young troublemakers who had been drinking. Times, Sunday Times (2011)And 12 British officers will be sent to spot known troublemakers. The Sun (2010)I hope the police can identify all the troublemakers and that they won't set foot in a football ground again. The Sun (2013)It insists it will help its 55 teachers to identify troublemakers - and will help pupils to make friends. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'troublemaker'
British English: troublemaker /ˈtrʌblˌmeɪkə/ NOUN
A troublemaker is someone who causes trouble.
She has always been a troublemaker.
- American English: troublemaker
- Arabic: مُثِيرُ الـفِتْنَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: encrenqueiro
- Chinese: 麻烦制造者
- Croatian: izgrednik
- Czech: výtržník
- Danish: ballademager
- Dutch: onruststoker
- European Spanish: alborotador
- Finnish: rettelöitsijä
- French: fauteur de troubles
- German: Unruhestifter
- Greek: ταραχοποιός
- Italian: agitatore
- Japanese: もめごとを起こす人
- Korean: 말썽을 일으키는 사람
- Norwegian: bråkmaker
- Polish: intrygant
- European Portuguese: energúmeno
- Romanian: scandalagiu
- Russian: нарушитель порядка
- Spanish: alborotador
- Swedish: bråkmakare
- Thai: ผู้ก่อปัญหา
- Turkish: güçlük çıkaran
- Ukrainian: порушник спокою
- Vietnamese: kẻ phá rối
Definition of troublemaker from the Collins English Dictionary
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