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trouble

noun /ˈtrabl/
(something which causes) worry, difficulty, work, anxiety etc
problema
He never talks about his troubles We’ve had a lot of trouble with our children I had a lot of trouble finding the book you wanted.
disturbances; rebellion, fighting etc
disturbios, conflictos; altercados
The incident occurred during the time of the troubles in Northern ireland.
illness or weakness (in a particular part of the body)
problema, enfermedad
He has heart trouble.
troubled adjective ( opposite untroubled) worried or anxious
preocupado, inquieto
He is obviously a troubled man.
disturbed and not peaceful
agitado
troubled sleep.
troublesome adjective causing worry or difficulty
molesto; problemático, difícil
troublesome children/tasks.
troublemaker noun a person who continually (and usually deliberately) causes worry, difficulty or disturbance to other people
alborotador
Beware of her – she is a real troublemaker.
(Definition of trouble from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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