trouble

All Noun Verb
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  • But many works were sold without running into any legal trouble at all.
  • However, the child still has trouble seeing things from different points of view.
  • I do not understand why he took the trouble of seeing me at all.
  • From now on until his death he was full of trouble and suffering.
  • Soon after his mother also died, and his marriage was in trouble.
  • If there is any trouble, I want you to get out of town.
  • It needed a commercial hit as they were in major financial trouble.
  • It was quite capable of getting you out of trouble more often than not.
  • If we ever make trouble again, then of course you must act as you think best.
  • The club was in serious trouble off the field as well.
  • I could wish the times in which he lived had been less troubled.
  • He was always treated with respect, otherwise he might cause much trouble for people.
  • As she thought she would recover she did not trouble to make a will.
  • However, this late success did not help the studio lift its financial trouble.
  • This situation could lead to real trouble in the future.
  • The new railroad found itself in deep legal and financial trouble.
  • Why on earth should he be troubling himself about my state of health? Cited from Poison Island, by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (Q)
  • Within months, in a letter to her sister, she admitted the marriage was in trouble.
  • During his later years he had some trouble with his eldest son and daughter-in-law.
  • Nearly all of these efforts land him in trouble.
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Meaning of trouble

  • noun A source of difficulty
    one trouble after another delayed the job, what's the problem?
  • noun An event causing distress or pain
    what is the trouble?, heart trouble
  • noun An effort that is inconvenient
    I went to a lot of trouble, he won without any trouble, had difficulty walking, finished the test only with great difficulty
  • noun An unwanted pregnancy
    he got several girls in trouble
  • verb To cause inconvenience or discomfort to
    Sorry to trouble you, but...
  • verb Cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed