troubledadjectiveuk /ˈtrʌb.əld/ us /ˈtrʌb.əld/
troubled adjective (HAVING DIFFICULTIES)
- Having a baby can be kill or cure for a troubled marriage.
- My husband's always arguing with my father, and I'm the one who has to pour oil on troubled waters.
- She was a beacon of hope in troubled times.
- Your father was a very troubled man, but he's at rest now.
- The new public relations manager has the difficult task of shoring up the company's troubled image.
- be (caught) between a rock and a hard place idiom
- be climbing the walls idiom
- be for the high jump idiom
- be/come up against a brick wall idiom
- fall into sth
- frying pan
- out of the frying pan into the fire idiom
- rocky road idiom
troubled adjective (WORRIED)