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Meanings and phrases
- a source of difficulty; problem
- an angry disturbance; fuss; bother; hassle
- an event causing distress or pain
- an effort that is inconvenient; difficulty
- a strong feeling of anxiety; worry
- an unwanted pregnancy
- move deeply; disturb; upset
- disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed; perturb; unhinge; disquiet; cark; distract; disorder
- to cause inconvenience or discomfort to; put out; inconvenience; disoblige; discommode; incommode; bother
- cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed; ail; pain
- take the trouble to do something; concern oneself; trouble oneself; bother; inconvenience oneself
- persist with actions or an attitude despite the probability that it will cause trouble; ask for it
- someone who deliberately stirs up trouble; troublemaker; troubler; mischief-maker; bad hat
- take the trouble to do something; concern oneself; trouble; bother; inconvenience oneself
- a worker whose job is to locate and fix sources of trouble (especially in mechanical devices); troubleshooter
- By the late 1980s, the program was in financial trouble.
- In 1932, Godowsky committed suicide over financial trouble.
- Kalaya is in serious financial trouble.
- Bundy began having trouble sleeping, and lost weight.
- Parsons began having trouble breathing in the summer of 2006.
- He had lost weight and was having trouble breathing during filming.
- It's absolutely no trouble to walk around."
- Although this produced an unsettling effect no trouble resulted.
- Schmitt had no trouble in maintaining the advantage he had gained, and won easily.
- At times, both partners cause trouble for the other.
- He is commanded to let 'no ravening bird cause trouble'.
- They think it will cause trouble.
- It might be a bit more trouble than its worth".
- Bill's wishes end up causing more trouble due to Lepkey's alcoholism and diminished magical skills.
- After putting Chakotay in the Kazon brig to save the crew from more trouble, Seska interrogates him.
- Nothing was too much trouble for them."
- He added "only months ago he had been in so much trouble with his ice addiction.
- Processes that are entirely independent are not much trouble to program in a multitasking environment.
- Jean-Jacques met with trouble when some of his guns burst in 1694.
- Jai and Annie end up in further trouble when Annie is stuck down a storm drain.
- Rheanna, Ben, Juno, and Shades usually find themselves in trouble when they're together.
- Many swimmers have trouble finding a swim cap that keeps their hair dry.
- The police had trouble finding the body even though they had good help from civilians.
- At age 17, Alcott passed the exam for a teaching certificate but had trouble finding work as a teacher.
- He avoided a fine by claiming engine trouble.
- Wissel retired the Basel car during this with engine trouble.
- Through it all the "Nimbin" did not once develop engine trouble.
- Their daughter has issues at school, imagining friends and causing trouble.
- You'll see that the drugs are the reason that Ryan is falling out with everyone and causing trouble.
- The trio wandered from job to job, usually causing trouble, and the Flash would have to get involved.
- However, he ran into trouble off the field.
- Immediately, Bane's nomination ran into trouble for three reasons.
- Kim struck out the side in the eighth, but ran into trouble in the ninth.
- A more serious trouble befell him later in the year.
- This, of course, was the beginning of serious trouble.
- The British began to regard him as the fomenter of serious trouble.
- As a player Willis had trouble getting to sleep.
- Walker had trouble getting back up and the referee waved the fight off.
- In the first round, both teams were having trouble getting their ladder upright.
- Classmates remembered him as a quiet student who never got into trouble.
- As a young man, he got into trouble with the law and was arrested several times.
- Ford set the Dodgers down in order in the first inning, but got into trouble in the second inning.
- With this axle little trouble was experienced from the sharp curves.
- Mahias had little trouble in driving the Chinese skirmishers out of the wood.
- Unett, having modified the car, had little trouble beating the competition, receiving glowing press reports.
- He is usually with Pororo and is constantly getting into trouble.
- Hawkeye lies about the causes and treatments to keep them from getting into trouble.
- He struggled through school, frequently getting into trouble and had anger management issues.
- Needless to say they run into a lot of trouble.
- This is going to cause a lot of trouble.
- I'm a whole lot of trouble, we're in a whole lot of trouble.
- The band renamed itself Billy Talent after running into legal trouble with the old name.
- He was often in financial and legal trouble through land speculation and other enterprises and has been called a swindler and scoundrel.
- In the 1950s the label was flourishing financially, but Ramirez's knowledge of copyright was insufficient and he found himself in some legal trouble.