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trouble in English

  • trouble
    adv. troublingly.

  • trouble
    expr. ask for trouble, to court danger; be careless of one's welfare or safety.
    Ex. Oh, Major Scobie, what made you write such a letter? It was asking for trouble (Graham Greene).

  • trouble
    expr. borrow trouble, to worry about something before there is reason to.
    Ex. Forget about it; why borrow trouble?

  • trouble
    expr. the troubles, the riots, bombings, and continued violence in Northern Ireland.
    Ex. When the troubles in Ulster were just becoming serious there were signs of growing nationalism in both Scotland and Wales (Listener).

  • trouble
    noun 1. pain and sorrow; distress; worry; difficulty.
    Ex. a time of great trouble. That unhappy boy makes trouble for his baby sitters. So I was ready When trouble came (A. E. Housman).
    (SYN) anxiety, affliction.
    2. an instance of thi

  • trouble
    trouble, noun, verb, -bled,-bling.

  • trouble
    v.i. 1. to cause oneself inconvenience; take the trouble.
    Ex. Don't trouble to come to the door; I can let myself in.
    (SYN) bother.
    2. (Obsolete.) to be troubled.

  • trouble
    v.t. 1. to cause distress or worry to; disturb; worry.
    Ex. That boy's poor grades trouble his parents. The lack of business troubled him.
    2. to distress (with something disagreeable and unwelcome); vex; annoy; bother.
    Ex. to be trouble

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