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double trouble

noun [U] uk   informal us  
a situation in which there is twice the number of problems that usually exist: Having twins usually means double trouble for the parents.
Translations of “double trouble”
in Chinese (Traditional) 雙倍的麻煩…
in Chinese (Simplified) 双倍的麻烦…
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