Definition of trouble Pronunciation
Noun
1. A distressful or dangerous situation.
He was in trouble when the rain started.
2. A difficulty, problem, condition, or action contributing to such a situation.
The trouble was a leaking brake line.   The trouble with that suggestion is that we lack the funds to put it in motion.   The bridge column magnified the trouble with a slight tilt in the wrong direction.
3. A violent occurrence or event.
The troubles in Northern Ireland
4. Efforts taken or expended, typically beyond the normal required.
It's no trouble for me to edit it.
5. A malfunction.
He's been in hospital with some heart trouble.   My old car has engine trouble.
6. Liability to punishment; conflict with authority.
He had some trouble with the law.
7. A fault or interruption in a stratum.
Verb
8. To disturb, stir up, agitate (a medium, especially water).
9. To mentally distress; to cause (someone) to be anxious or perplexed.
10. In weaker sense: to bother; to annoy, pester.
Question 3 in the test is troubling me.
I will not trouble you to deliver the letter.
11. To take pains to do something.
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English - English - trouble Pronunciation
n. problem, misfortune, annoyance; civil disturbance; cause of worry; exertion in accomplishing something
v. worry, cause concern; annoy; bother; cause discomfort; disturb
adj. dim, cloudy, blurred, unclear
English - Spanish - trouble Pronunciation
s. problema, apuro, dificultad; disgusto, enojo, molestia, mortificación; camorra; inquietud, aflicción, congoja, pena, preocupación, tribulación; penalidad
v. afligir, angustiar, atribular, conturbar, inquietar, molestar; ser preocupante
English - French - trouble Pronunciation
n. dérangement, ennui, peine
v. déranger, préoccuper; ennuyer; énerver; peiner
English - German - trouble Pronunciation
n. Problem; Sorge, Schwierigkeit, Störung
v. beunruhigen; kümmern; ärgern
English - Italian - trouble Pronunciation
s. preoccupazione, agitazione, ansia; fastidio, noia, disturbo, inconveniente, (fam) seccatura; guaio, difficoltà, pasticcio, impiccio; sofferenza, afflizione, pena; incomodo; disordine, tumulto; briga
v. preoccupare, agitare, turbare, tormentare, affliggere; recare disturbo a, incomodare, scomodare, disturbare; (rifl) preoccuparsi, agitarsi, darsi pensiero; muovere
English - Portuguese - trouble Pronunciation
s. confusão, preocupação, inquietação
v. aborrecer, preocupar; inquietar; irritar
English - Russian - trouble Pronunciation
с. беспокойство, роды, волнение, тревога, неприятность, беда, горе, затруднение, заботы, хлопоты, усилие, помеха, волнения, беспорядки, болезнь, нарушение правильности действия, нарушение правильности хода, авария
г. тревожить, тревожиться, беспокоить, заботить, мучить, беспокоиться, побеспокоиться, приставать, затруднять, утруждать, надоедать, даваться с трудом, стараться, трудиться, баламутить, взбаламутить, нарушать, повреждать
English - Turkish - trouble Pronunciation
f. rahatsız etmek, zahmet vermek, canını sıkmak, üzmek, bulandırmak, dert etmek, zahmet etmek, üzülmek
i. sıkıntı, dert, külfet, belâ, huzursuzluk, meşakkat, zahmet, rahatsızlık, aksilik, sorun, arıza, üzüntü
French - English - trouble Pronunciation
adj. dim, cloudy, blurred, unclear
German - English - trouble Pronunciation
v. worry, cause concern; annoy; bother; cause discomfort; disturb
English - Dutch - trouble Pronunciation
zn. zorg; moeite; last
ww. moeite nemen; hinderen; lastig vallen
English - Greek - trouble Pronunciation
ουσ. ανησυχία, ταλαιπωρία, φασαρία, πάθηση, μπελάς, σκοτούρα, ενόχληση, ταραχή
ρήμ. ταράττω, ενοχλώ, στενοχωρώ
French - Spanish - trouble Pronunciation
1. (vue) nublado; borroso 2. (idée) confuso 3. (esprit) confuso
4. (liquide) turbio 5. (général) perturbación (f)
6. (état mental) confusión (f); perplejidad (f); desorientación (f) 7. (politique) alboroto (m); tumulto (m); confusión (f); estrépito (m); bullicio (m); escándalo (m)
French - German - trouble Pronunciation
n. aufregung, erregung, trübung
adj. verschwommen, trübe
French - Italian - trouble Pronunciation
1. (vue) velato; appannato; offuscato; annebbiato 2. (idée) torbido; confuso 3. (esprit) torbido; confuso
4. (liquide) torbido 5. (général) perturbazione (f)
6. (état mental) confusione (f); imbarazzo (m); perplessità {invariable} 7. (politique) agitazione (f); trambusto (m); tumulto (m); scompiglio (m)
French - Portuguese - trouble Pronunciation
1. (vue) embaçado; nublada; turvo 2. (idée) turvo 3. (esprit) turvo; confuso
4. (liquide) turvo 5. (général) perturbação (f); distúrbio (m) 6. (état mental) confusão (f); perplexidade (f); aturdimento (m)
7. (politique) agitação (f); comoção (f); fermentação (f); tumulto (m); turbulência (f)
French - Russian - trouble Pronunciation
n. замешательство (m), помутнение (m), возмущение (m), смятение (m), суматоха (m), беспокойство (m), смущение (m), расстройство (m)
a. мутный, тусклый
French - Turkish - trouble Pronunciation
bulanık; karanlık, karışık
French - Dutch - trouble Pronunciation
1. (vue) wazig; beneveld; vaag; onscherp 2. (idée) verward 3. (esprit) verward
4. (liquide) troebel 5. (général) verwarring (f); opschudding (f); onrust (m/f) 6. (état mental) verwarring (f); ontsteltenis (f); verbijstering (f); verbazing (f)
7. (politique) opschudding (f); onrust (m/f); oproer (n); tumult (n)
English - Chinese - trouble Pronunciation
(名) 烦恼, 困难, 麻烦
(动) 困扰, 使烦恼, 麻烦; 烦恼, 费心
English - Chinese - trouble Pronunciation
(名) 煩惱, 困難, 麻煩
(動) 困擾, 使煩惱, 麻煩; 煩惱, 費心
English - Japanese - trouble Pronunciation
(動) 悩ます; 煩わす; 心配する; 手を焼く; 邪魔する
(名) 問題; 困難; 苦労の種; 面倒; 迷惑; 何かを完了するための努力
English - Korean - trouble Pronunciation
명. 문제, 불운, 귀찮음; 동요; 걱정거리; 수고, 노력
동. 걱정시키다; 귀찮게하다; 괴롭히다; 안절부절하게 하다; 어지럽히다


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Synonyms for trouble
1. adversity: calamity, distress, misfortune, woe, worry, trial, tribulation
2. annoyance: harassment, difficulty, embarrassment, molestation
3. effort: exertion, pains, inconvenience
4. inconvenience: put out, discommode, incommode
5. distress: annoy, bother, harass, harry, irk, irritate, pester
Verb forms for trouble
Present participle: troubling
Present: trouble (3.person: troubles)
Past: troubled
Future: will trouble
Present conditional: would trouble
Present Perfect: have troubled (3.person: has troubled)
Past Perfect: had troubled
Future Perfect: will have troubled
Past conditional: would have troubled