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English definition of “trouble”
/ˈtrʌb·əl/ n [C/U] (DIFFICULTIES)
› a problem, or difficulties: [U] Trouble began when he came to live with us. [C] She thought her troubles would be over when she got a job. [U] The patient is having trouble breathing. › Trouble can also be a characteristic that is a problem or disadvantage: [C] His trouble is that he’s too impatient. › Sometimes trouble is a problem or difficulty caused when a machine or system does not work as it should: [U] I’m having trouble with my new computer. › Trouble can be a cause of arguments or fights: [U] Our brother is the source of trouble between my sister and me. in trouble › Someone who is in trouble is in a situation that is a problem or difficulty, esp. with the law: He would have been in real trouble if he had been caught.