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Translation of "trouble" - English-Turkish dictionary

trouble

noun     /ˈtrʌbl/
PROBLEMS [C, U] B1 problems, difficulties, or worries sorunlar, güçlükler, endişeler [+ doing sth] We had trouble finding somewhere to park. She's been having a lot of trouble with her boss recently. I'd like to go to the party, but the trouble is my parents won't let me.InconvenienceDifficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
the trouble with sb/sth B2 used to say what is wrong with someone or something Neyi var?', 'Derdi ne?', 'Ne oldu?' The trouble with a white floor is that it gets dirty so quickly.Difficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
NOT WORKING [U] a problem that you have with a machine or part of your body sorun, dert, tasa back trouble car trouble Difficult situations and unpleasant experiencesAccidents and disasters
FIGHTING [U] B2 a situation in which people are fighting or arguing maraza, kavga, karışıklık, belâ, anlaşmazlık The trouble started after a group of drunken football fans started to throw bottles.Violent or aggressiveUnkind, cruel and unfeelingTreating people or animals badlyArguments and disagreements
DIFFICULT SITUATION [U] B2 a difficult or dangerous situation zor teklikeli bir durum The company was in trouble and had huge debts.Advantage and disadvantageDifficult situations and unpleasant experiencesAccidents and disasters
PUNISHMENT [U] B1 when you have done something wrong and are likely to be punished zorluk, sıkıntı, hata, kusur, dert, sorun Her children are always in trouble. They got into trouble with the police.Punishing and punishmentsPunishing by causing painHitting and beating
EXTRA WORK [U] B2 when you use extra time or energy to do something belâ, sıkıntı, çaba, zorluk [+ to do sth] He took the trouble to write to each of them personally.Inconvenience
(Definition of trouble noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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