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trouble  Verb
Plural: troubles
  1. Translate "trouble" to Spanish: molestar, causar molestia, dar molestia, dar que hacer
    English Synonyms of "trouble": alter, annoy, bother, bug, disturb, irritate, nag
    Define meaning of "trouble": Move deeply. ; To cause inconvenience or discomfort to.
  2. This book upset me.
    A troubling thought.
    Sorry to trouble you, but...

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  3. Translate "trouble" to Spanish: afligir, inquietar, angustiar, atribular, conturbar
    English Synonyms of "trouble": afflict, distress, aggrieve, anguish, cause sadness, grieve, pain, sadden
    Define meaning of "trouble": Cause bodily suffering to. ; Disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed. ; Move deeply.
  4. She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill.
    This book upset me.
    A troubling thought.

  5. Translate "trouble" to Spanish: acosar, irritar
    English Synonyms of "trouble": irritate
    Define meaning of "trouble": Cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations.

trouble  Noun
  1. Translate "trouble" to Spanish: problema, aprieto, problemas, dificultad, cacao, follaero, pifostio, sancocho
    English Synonyms of "trouble": issue, problem, difficulty, hitch, hot water, kettle of fish, knot, set-back
    Define meaning of "trouble": A source of difficulty. ; An event causing distress or pain.
  2. One trouble after another delayed the job.
    What's the problem?
    What is the trouble?
    Heart trouble.

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  3. Translate "trouble" to Spanish: problemas
    English Synonyms of "trouble": problems, hot water, canal water, diffugalty

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  5. Translate "trouble" to Spanish: molestia
    English Synonyms of "trouble": bother, hassle, aggravation, annoyance, bothering, discomfort, peeve, nuisance
    Define meaning of "trouble": An angry disturbance.
  6. He didn't want to make a fuss.
    They had labor trouble.
    A spot of bother.

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  7. Translate "trouble" to Spanish: aflicción, pena, preocupación, inquietud, congoja
    English Synonyms of "trouble": affliction, anguish, grief, sorrow, distress, woe
    Define meaning of "trouble": A strong feeling of anxiety.
  8. His worry over the prospect of being fired.
    It is not work but worry that kills.
    He wanted to die and end his troubles.

  9. Translate "trouble" to Spanish: camorra, mitote
    English Synonyms of "trouble": contest, hassle, row, dispute, fight, quarrel, barney, bust-up, squabble
    Define meaning of "trouble": An angry disturbance.
  10. He didn't want to make a fuss.
    They had labor trouble.
    A spot of bother.

  11. Translate "trouble" to Spanish: penalidad
    English Synonyms of "trouble": suffering, hardship
    Define meaning of "trouble": An effort that is inconvenient. ; An event causing distress or pain.
  12. I went to a lot of trouble.
    He won without any trouble.
    Had difficulty walking.
    Finished the test only with great difficulty.
    What is the trouble?
    Heart trouble.

Verb Conjugation for "trouble"
Gerund: troubling

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Conceptually-related expressions of "trouble"
a lot of trouble
about to suffer trouble
after much trouble
after-trouble
ask for trouble
avoid trouble
back trouble
be asking for trouble
be forced to get into trouble
be got into trouble
be gotten into trouble
be having a lot of trouble
be having troubles
be in deep trouble
be in real trouble
be in serious trouble
be in trouble
be in trouble financially
be looking for trouble
be made to get into trouble
be trouble
be up to one's neck in trouble
be well worth the trouble
be worth the trouble
borrow trouble
breathing trouble
bring trouble
brood on one's troubles
brood over one's troubles
cancel someone's access privileges due to causing trouble
cause trouble
come into trouble
consider worth the trouble
dive into trouble
do not have any trouble
double-trouble
drown one's troubles
encounter trouble
engine trouble
extricate oneself from troubles
financial troubles
find it more trouble to
find no trouble
get in trouble
get into deep trouble
get into trouble
get into trouble with
get involved in trouble
get oneself in big trouble
get oneself in trouble
get oneself into trouble
get out of trouble
get ready for trouble
give oneself trouble
give trouble
go looking for trouble
go through a lot of trouble
go through a lot of troubles
go to a lot of trouble
go to a lot of trouble to
go to the trouble
go to the trouble of
hand trouble
have any trouble
have heart trouble
have money troubles
have no trouble
have no trouble whatsoever
have trouble
have trouble with
he's in real trouble
heart trouble
I'm in real trouble
if it is not too much trouble
in big trouble
in deep trouble
in really big trouble
in serious trouble
in trouble
keep oneself out of trouble
keep out of trouble
labor troubles
labour trouble
labour troubles
land in trouble
lay up trouble for oneself
let oneself in for trouble
like looking for trouble
look for trouble
make trouble
make trouble for
money trouble
money troubles
never trouble trouble till trouble trouble you
never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you
operating trouble
order by law not to cause trouble
order not to cause trouble
out of trouble
pass without trouble
peck of trouble
peck of troubles
pecuniary troubles
police trouble
pour out one's troubles
pour out one's troubles to
prostate trouble
pull oneself out of trouble
rescue from trouble
run into trouble
save oneself the trouble
sea of troubles
smell trouble
source of unforeseen troubles
spark for trouble
spot the trouble
start trouble
stay out of trouble
stir up trouble
take the trouble
take the trouble to
take trouble
talk oneself into trouble
teething troubles
tell one's troubles
that's the trouble
then the trouble began
there is going to be big trouble
there is going to be trouble
there is trouble
there is trouble ahead
there's going to be real trouble
there's trouble
there's trouble ahead
there's trouble brewing
there was big trouble
try to help ungrateful people and you'll end up in trouble yourself
untrustworthy in times of trouble
very serious trouble
what's the trouble
when in trouble
with great trouble
without a lot of trouble
without any trouble
without any troubles
without trouble
without troubles
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