Trouble definition and meaning

Noun

  1. Vexation
  2. Public order
  3. The state of being distressed
  4. Exertion

Verb Transitive & Intransitive

  1. Vex
  2. Disturb
  3. Agitate
  4. Worry

Example Sentences :

They enter the shops and create trouble for the customers.

I had some trouble finding her house yesterday.

Old health issues may trouble you.

The trouble with you is that you talk too much.

If you’re not prepared to take the trouble to learn how to train a dog.

Don’t cry trouble half-way.

Don’t trouble him with trifles.

That will save me the trouble of writing to him.

The photo artist had trouble expressing himself.

Do you have any trouble with that?

I got into trouble with the police by driving too fast.

The trouble is that I have no money with me.

The end of our trouble is in sight.

I will go through that trouble again.

I have trouble with physics.

I had some trouble in finding his house.

He didn’t have as much trouble finding a job as he thought he would.

Her letter saved me the trouble of visiting her house.

She was in trouble because she lost her passport.

She’s been having trouble with back pain for years.

I’m sorry to trouble you so often.

You’ve run into some trouble or something?

He had trouble getting money.

We are having trouble with our new neighbor.

I’ve had a lot on my mind recently and have had trouble falling asleep at night.

He has trouble concentrating on one thing.

I had no trouble finding his office.

He has trouble dealing with verbal abuse.

I am sorry to trouble you.

I’m sorry to trouble you so much.

I have the same trouble as you had.

Please don’t take any trouble on my account.

I had trouble with the new car. It was difficult to steer.

It’s no trouble at all.

The trouble blew over in a few days.

He kindly took the trouble to send me home.

He is in trouble now.

He put himself to much trouble on my behalf.

They had trouble finding the place.

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