Trouble

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Definition

trouble: problems, worry, difficulties, concerns
noun

to be in trouble, to have troubles: to have problems or difficulties
idiom

to get into trouble: to be reprimanded or punished for something
idiom
Pronunciation examples
UK: The company is in financial trouble and also troubled by union disputes.
US: The trouble with your proposal is that it is too expensive.
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Examples

  • "Lack of sleep leads to irritability, poor behavior and trouble with relationships, especially among children and teens."
  • "It is written in an ancient prophecy that one day, when the Earth is in trouble, an 'Ice Accountant' will travel from the past to the future to save the Earth!"
  • "I can hear trouble from miles away!"
  • "If Greek tragedy has taught us anything (apart from the fact that we shouldn't sleep with our mothers), it is that too much pride, or hubris, brings nothing but trouble."
  • "Bruno : Financial trouble?"
  • "Edward :I think this means Delavigne Corp is heading for financial trouble."
  • "I shoot my troubles!"
  • "Are you in some kind of trouble, Horatio?"
  • "Edward : He loves to shoot guns and get into trouble"
  • "Jean : Bob said that I must learn how to shoot the troubles."

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