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teething troubles

noun [plural] uk   ( also teething problems) UK us  
problems that happen in the early stages of doing something new: There were the usual teething troubles at the start of the project, but that's to be expected.
Translations of “teething troubles”
in Chinese (Traditional) 初期困難,創業階段的困難…
in Chinese (Simplified) 初期困难,创业阶段的困难…
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