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trouble [ 'trʌbl] n.烦恼;困难 vi.烦恼

have trouble with 同…闹纠纷

trouble ['trʌbl] vt.&n 苦恼,忧虑,麻烦

trouble ['trʌbl] n.故障

帮倒忙 trying to help but causing more trouble in the process

不惹是非 Stay out of trouble.; Let sleeping dogs lie.

息事宁人 pour oil on troubled waters

增加信任,减少麻烦,发展合作,不搞对抗 enhance trust, reduce trouble, develop cooperation and avoid confrontation

trouble 麻烦

foul trouble 快要犯满离场,“领到一张准毕业证书”

fish in troubled waters 混水摸鱼;趁火打劫

pour oil on troubled waters 平息事态

That's the whole damned trouble. 这就是所有的麻烦.

息事宁人 pour oil on troubled waters

我同函寄上由Axbridge的布莱克先生付款、见票后30日付款的面额为50美元汇票一张,请向付款人提出后请其承兑, 并予保管, 到期请将金额给我汇来。不胜感激。
I take liberty to trouble you with the enclosed draft for $50, at thirty days' sight, on Mr. Black of Axbridge, which I shall be obliged by your getting accepted, and retaining in your possession until due, at which time you can remit me the amount.

As a popular saying goes, "everything has two sides." Now the public are benefiting more and more from scientific and technological inventions. On the other hand, the progress of science and technology is bringing us a lot of trouble. People in many countries are suffering from public hazards.
常言道:事情总是一分为二的。如今人们从科技发明中得到越来越多的好处。另一方面,科技进步也给我们带来了许多麻烦。现在许多国家 的人民饱受公害之苦。

Financially troubled company 财政遇到困难的公司

labour trouble 劳资纠纷

trouble car

She's in trouble.

Nothing lasts forever--not even your troubles.

She was positive that John would help her out of trouble.

They always lean on us when they are in trouble.

We related our troubles to him, asking his advice.

The doctor took great trouble in controlling the epidemic.

What's the source of the trouble?

The student's score of 610 on the TOEFL ensured that he would have no trouble being accepted by a university because of his English.

These days the newspaper carries lots of stories about teenagers who are in trouble.

These days the newspapers carry lots of stories about teenagers who are in trouble.

In some way he managed to involve several of his friends in the trouble.

As soon as he came in, he proceeded to tell us all his troubles.

I suspected that this event was just the beginning of a lot of trouble.

That child is nothing but trouble.

I thank you for all the trouble you have taken on my behalf.

She stuck by Bob when he was in trouble.

What's your trouble?

I hope that will not cause you too much trouble.

I don't want to put you to any trouble.

What's your trouble? 你哪儿不舒服?

He seldom ignores that many potential votes, and it did not escape the notice of congressmen that these Negro organizations, some of which had almost as much trouble getting out a crowd as the Washington Senators several years ago, were now capable of organizing the largest demonstrating throng ever gathered at one spot in the District of Columbia..

The trouble is that it is extremely difficult to be sure about radiation damage –--a person may feel perfectly well, but the cells of his or her sex organs may be damaged, and this will not be discovered until the birth of deformed children or even grandchildren.

To forget his trouble, he busied himself in his garden.

The doctor gave him an examination to see if he had chest trouble.

He was troubled by religious doubt.

You are just inviting trouble if you do that.

I had the same trouble when I first bought my house.

Did you have any trouble finding your way here?

I'm sorry to trouble you, but I wondered if we could have a word some time.

I'm afraid you have the wrong number. *wrong“错的”、“不对的”,wrong number“错的电话号码”。
I'm afraid you have the wrong number. (您可能打错电话了。)
Oh, sorry for troubling you. (哦,对不起,打扰您了。)
I'm sorry, you've got the wrong number.

I can't hear you very well.
Are you free tomorrow? (明天有空吗?)
I can't hear you very well. (我听不清楚。)
I can barely hear you. (我一点儿都听不见。)
I'm having trouble hearing you. (我听不太清楚。)

I told you so.
I got in trouble for lying. (因为撒谎,我闯祸了。)
I told you so. You shouldn't lie. (我早说过吧,你不该撒谎。)
See, I told you so.
There now, didn't I tell you?
You should have listened to me. (你要听我的就好了。)

Thanks for coming all the way over here.
Thanks for coming all the way over here. (谢谢你大老远专程跑一趟。)
It was no trouble. (这没什么大不了的。)

I'm sorry to trouble you.
I'm sorry to trouble you. (真对不起,给您添麻烦了。)
That's okay. (没关系。)

I'm really sorry for troubling you.
I'm really sorry for troubling you. (实在对不起,让您费心了。)
It was nothing. (这没什么。)

I'm in trouble! *be in trouble 表示“陷入困境”。

If you don't mind.
Would you like some help? (用我来帮助您吗?)
If you don't mind. (如果不给您添麻烦的话。)
Excuse me. May I help you? (劳驾,我可以帮忙吗?)
Sure. If you don't mind. (嗯,如果不麻烦你的话。)
If it's no trouble.
If you wouldn't mind.

I don't want to put you out. *put out 有“添麻烦”的意思。
You're welcome to stay. (您就住下吧。)
I don't want to put you out. (不,我不想给您添麻烦。)
I don't want to bother you.
I don't want to cause you trouble.

Let's cheer him up.
He looks blue. (他看上去很忧郁。)
Let's cheer him up. (我们得让他振作起来。)
Let's try to make him forget his troubles. (我们试着让他忘记烦恼吧。)

We can supply from stock and will have no trouble in meeting your delivery date.

He gave me a pain in the neck.
= He gave me trouble.

He's having a hard time.
= He's in trouble.

He's in hot water.
= He is in deep trouble.

He is in a jam.
= He is in great trouble.

He is now in the soup.
= He is now in great trouble.

A hasty man is seldom out of trouble.

Don't trouble trouble until trouble troubles you.

Early mistakes are the seeds of future trouble.

It is good fishing in troubled waters.

It is good to have friends in trouble.

Light troubles speak; great troubles are silent.

Love is full of trouble.

Never (or Don't) trouble trouble till trouble troulbes you.

One boy is more trouble than a dozen girls.

Sleeping is the best cure for waking troubles.

Telling your troubles is swelling your troubles.

There is more trouble in having nothing to do than in having much to do.

Troubles never come singly.

We've arranged our schedule without any trouble.

I hope my visit does not cause you too much trouble.

What on earth has happened to trouble you so?

Tell me about you trouble.

Most of the trouble in the world is caused by people wanting to be im-portant.
George Eliot, British novelist

Pleasure is nothing else but the intermission of pain, the enjoying of something I am in great trouble for till I have it.
John Selden , British jurist

When something sensational happens to us, sharing the happiness of the occasion with friends intensifies our joy. Conversely, in times of trouble and tension, when our spirits are low, unburdening our worries and fears to compassionate friends alleviates the stress.
Ralph Waldo Emerson, American thinker

If you want to live your whole life free from pain,
You must become either a god or else a coupes.
Consider other men's troubles,
That will comfort yours.
Menander, Ancient Athenian playwriter

Light troubles speak; great troubles keep silent.
Lucius Annaeus Seneneca, Ancient Roman Philosopher
古罗马哲学家尼加L A

Trouble is only opportunity in work clothes.
H.J.Kaier, American businessman
美国实业家凯泽H J

A certain amount of care or pain or trouble is necessary for every man at all times .A ship without a ballast is unstable and will not go straight.
Arthur Schopenhauer.Geman philosopher

Have no doubts because of trouble nor be thou discomtited; for the water of life's fountain springeth from a gloom bed.…
Sit not sad because that time a fitful aspect weareth; Patience is most bitter , yet most sweet the fruit it bearth.
Sadi , Perisian poet

Sorrow and trouble either soften the heart or harden it.
James Mackintosh, British writer

What's the use of worrying ?
It never was worthwhile,
So, pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag,
And smile, smile, smile.
George Asaf, British poet

The trouble with the profit system has always been that is was highly unprofitable to most people.
E.B.White, American writer 
美国作家怀特E B 

If there were less sympathy in the world, there would be less trouble in the world. ( O. Wilde )

He is troubled with painful muscles and joints.

She is troubled by the pains in the back and shoulders.

He has trouble urinating.

@@@ 引起, 导致
arise from 由...而引起, 由...而产生
bring about 导致; 引起
bring forth 引起, 使产生; 生(孩子)
call forth 唤起; 引起
fatal to 对...是致命的
get into trouble 陷入困境; 招致麻烦
give birth to 1.生(孩子)
2.使诞生, 引起
give rise to 引起, 导致
lead to 通向; 引导, 影响某人的言行; 导致, 引起
lead up to 引导; 导致(于某事之先准备、引进或进行)
result in 导致, 造成
stem from 起源于; 由...造成
too good to be true 太好以致于不现实, 令人难以置信

@@@ 处于...
at risk 处于危险中; 冒险
at ware 处于交战状态
be better off doing sth. 日子更好过, 处境更加佳
gain the upper hand 占上风, 处于有利地位
get (sb.) into hot water 使(某人)处于困境
in flux 处于不断变化之中; 动荡不定
in shape 1.在外形上
2.处于良好状态, 健康
in the spotlight 处于公众注意的中心
in trouble 处在不幸/苦恼/困境中
reduce to 变少; 使处于, 使成为(某种情况或状态)

@@@ 吵闹
have trouble with 有...苦恼、麻烦; 同...闹纠纷
make a fuss about/over 烦扰; 大吵大闹

@@@ 不幸
in trouble 处在不幸/苦恼/困境中
tough luck 倒霉, 不幸

@@@ 困难
at a loss 1.困惑, 茫然
2.赔; 亏本
be besieged by/with 被...所围困; 为...所困扰
carry off 成功地应付(困难)局面; 赢得
come through 熬过(困难、危险等)而活下来
come up against 碰到, 面临(困难、反对等)
easier said than done [谚]说起来容易做起来难
face up to 正视, 勇敢地面对(不愉快或难以接受的事情)
get (sb.) into hot water 使(某人)处于困境
get into trouble 陷入困境; 招致麻烦
go hard with 使某人为难或痛苦
help out 帮助, 帮忙(尤指摆脱困境或危难)
in trouble 处在不幸/苦恼/困境中
make sense out of sth. 弄懂或理解困难或看似无法理解的事物
rally (a)round 集结在一起(以应付困难, 帮助某人)
rare breed 凤毛麟角, 稀罕, 难得
run into 1.偶然碰见
run up against 遇到(困难、问题、麻烦等)
smooth out 消除/解决(困难、障碍等)
sth. is tied up 某物被困住
That's easier said than done. 说来容易, 做起来难.
tide over (通过提供所需)帮助(某人)渡过(难关等)
too good to be true 太好以致于不现实, 令人难以置信
turn one's back on 1.(在困难时)不愿帮助; 不理睬, 避开
2.抛弃, 离弃

@@@ 辛苦, 苦恼
afflicted by 为...所苦, 被...折磨
go hard with 使某人为难或痛苦
go out of one's way (to do) 尽力..., 努力, 不辞辛苦去...
hard earnings 辛苦挣来的钱
have trouble with 有...苦恼、麻烦; 同...闹纠纷
in trouble 处在不幸/苦恼/困境中
knock oneself out 辛苦地工作, 使自己精疲力尽
search for 寻找; 苦想
suffer from 患...病, 受...之苦

@@@ 厌烦, 麻烦
abhorrent to 厌恶
allergic to 对...极厌恶; 对...过敏
averse to 讨厌...
be/get tired of 厌倦...
fed up with 对...感到厌烦; 腻了
fit to be tied 非常生气; 非常烦躁不安
get into trouble 陷入困境; 招致麻烦
go against the grain 不合(某人)(性情、意愿等); 令人讨厌或不高兴
have trouble with 有...苦恼、麻烦; 同...闹纠纷
make a fuss about/over 烦扰; 大吵大闹
run up against 遇到(困难、问题、麻烦等)
sick of ... 对...厌烦, 厌倦

Do you like rap music? I have trouble understanding the words.

button one's lip住口;闭嘴
Tell Cindy to button her lip or else she'll be in big trouble.

put someone out 给某人添麻烦
Please don't go to so much trouble. I don't want to put you out.

fish in troubled waters 混水摸鱼;趁火打劫

look for trouble 自讨苦吃

make trouble 惹事生非

pour oil on troubled waters 平息事态

That's the whole damned trouble. 这就是所有的麻烦.

"They've built so many new office buildings here that they have trouble renting out all the space. So some landlords sweeten the pot; they offer a company six months free rent if it signs a three-year lease.“

- marry a fortune 嫁给了有钱人
Scariet was in trouble, She wanted to marry a fortune and save the whole family.

- watch one's step 当心
You're better watch your step when you go out with John. He is a trouble-maker.

- Ask for trouble 自找麻烦
Are you asking for trouble by challenging the emphasis on qualities education. You are asking for trouble if you cheat in the exam.

- Fish in troubled waters 浑水摸鱼
Don't tell him that we need that material badly, He is good at fishing in troubled waters and will take advantage of it.

For such a big sum, we shouldn't be frightened by this trouble.

毛病 shortcoming; fault; illness; trouble; defect

不平静的 troubled; unquiet

岔子 accident; trouble

抱佛脚 [bào fó jiǎo] /clasp Buddha's feet - profess devotion only when in trouble/make a hasty last-minute effort/

避风 [bì fēng] /take shelter from the wind/lie low/stay away from trouble/

病根 [bìng gēn] /an incompletely cured illness/an old complaint/the root cause of trouble/

不远千里 [bù yuǎn qiān lǐ] /make light of traveling a thousand li/go to the trouble of traveling a long distance/

捣蛋 [dǎo dàn] /(v) make trouble/

捣乱 [dǎo luàn] /(v) cause a disturbance/(v) look for trouble; intentionally bother sb/

点火 [diǎn huǒ] /(v) light a fire/(v) agitate; stir up trouble/

渎 [dú] /ditch/trouble (some one to do)/

故障排除 [gù zhàng pái chú] /fault resolution/trouble clearing/

关切 [guān qiè] /be deeply concerned/be troubled (by)/

害 [hài] /to do harm to/to cause trouble to/harm/evil/calamity/

胡来 [hú lái] /(v) make a complete hash of things; cause trouble/

坏处 [huài chu ] /(n) harm; troubles/

患 [huàn] /misfortune/suffer (from illness)/trouble/danger/worry/to contract (a disease)/

救助 [jiù zhù] /aid/to help somebody in trouble/

愦 [kuì] /confused/troubled/

麻烦 [má fan ] /trouble/troublesome/

难处 [nán chu ] /(n) trouble; problems/

难度 [nán dù] /(n) trouble; problem/

闹事 [nào shì] /cause trouble/create a disturbance/

娘 [niáng] /mother/troubled/

随手 [suí shǒu] /conveniently/without extra trouble/

胃病 [wèi bìng] /stomach trouble/stomach illness/

寻事生非 [xún shì shēng fēi] /to look for trouble/

Here is a troubled business that keeps hiring employees whose attitudes vastly annoy the customers.
Then it sponsors lots of symposiums and a credibility project dedicated to wondering why customers are annoyed and fleeing in large numbers.
But it never seems to get around to noticing the cultural and class biases that so many former buyers are complaining about.
If it did, it would open up its diversity program, now focused narrowly on race and gender, and look for reporters who differ broadly by outlook, values, education, and class.

It's a rough world out there.
Step outside and you could break a leg slipping on your doormat.
Light up the stove and you could burn down the house.
Luckily, if the doormat or stove failed to warn of coming disaster, a successful lawsuit might compensate you for your troubles.
Or so the thinking has gone since the early 1980s, when juries began holding more companies liable for their customers' misfortunes.

The official statistics are mildly discouraging.
They show that, if you lump manufacturing and services together, productivity has grown on average by 1.2% since 1987.
That is somewhat faster than the average during the previous decade.
And since 1991, productivity has increased by about 2% a year, which is more than twice the 1978-1987 average.
The trouble is that part of the recent acceleration is due to the usual rebound that occurs at this point in a business cycle, and so is not conclusive evidence of a revival in the underlying trend.

"First, we need to understand how the normal cell controls itself. Second, we have to determine whether there are a limited number of genes in cells which are always responsible for at least part of the trouble. If we can understand how cancer works, we can counteract its action."

{adj: Praetorian, Pretorian} characteristic of or similar to the corruptible soldiers in the Praetorian Guard with respect to corruption or political venality
"a large Praetorian bureaucracy filled with ambitious...and often sycophantic people makes work and makes trouble"- Arthur M.Schlesinger Jr.

{adj: agitated} troubled emotionally and usually deeply
"agitated parents"
<-> unagitated

{adj: annoyed, harassed, harried, pestered, vexed} troubled persistently especially with petty annoyances
"harassed working mothers"
"a harried expression"
"her poor pestered father had to endure her constant interruptions"
"the vexed parents of an unruly teenager"

{adj: bowed down, loaded down, overburdened, weighed down} heavily burdened with work or cares
"bowed down with troubles"
"found himself loaded down with responsibilities"
"overburdened social workers"
"weighed down with cares"

{adj: carefree, unworried} free of trouble and worry and care
"the carefree joys of childhood"
"carefree millionaires, untroubled financially"

{adj: careful} full of cares or anxiety
"Thou art careful and troubled about many things"-Luke 10.41

{adj: clear} characterized by freedom from troubling thoughts (especially guilt)
"a clear conscience"
"regarded her questioner with clear untroubled eyes"

{adj: clouded} made troubled or apprehensive or distressed in appearance
"his face was clouded with unhappiness"

{adj: collected, equanimous, poised, self-collected, self-contained, self-possessed} in full control of your faculties
"the witness remained collected throughout the cross-examination"
"perfectly poised and sure of himself"
"more self-contained and more dependable than many of the early frontiersmen"
"strong and self-possessed in the face of trouble"

{adj: considerable} large or relatively large in number or amount or extent or degree
"a considerable quantity"
"the economy was a considerable issue in the campaign"
"went to considerable trouble for us"
"spent a considerable amount of time on the problem"
<-> inconsiderable

{adj: deep} extreme
"in deep trouble"
"deep happiness"

{adj: difficult} requiring much effort and trouble
"the mountain climb was long, steep, and difficult"

{adj: disquieted, distressed, disturbed, upset, worried} afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief
"too upset to say anything"
"spent many disquieted moments"
"distressed about her son's leaving home"
"lapsed into disturbed sleep"
"worried parents"
"a worried frown"
"one last worried check of the sleeping children"

{adj: disruptive, riotous, troubled, tumultuous, turbulent} characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination
"effects of the struggle will be violent and disruptive"
"riotous times"
"these troubled areas"
"the tumultuous years of his administration"
"a turbulent and unruly childhood"

{adj: distressed, hard-pressed, hard put, in a bad way} facing or experiencing financial trouble or difficulty
"distressed companies need loans and technical advice"
"financially hard-pressed Mexican hotels are lowering their prices"
"we were hard put to meet the mortgage paymentng"
"it was apparent that the magazine was in trouble"
"found themselves in a bad way financially"

{adj: distressing, distressful, disturbing, perturbing, troubling, worrisome, worrying} causing distress or worry or anxiety
"distressing (or disturbing) news"
"lived in heroic if something distressful isolation"
"a disturbing amount of crime"
"a revelation that was most perturbing"
"a new and troubling thought"
"in a particularly worrisome predicament"
"a worrying situation"
"a worrying time"

{adj: enduring, long-suffering} patiently enduring continual wrongs or trouble
"an enduring disposition"
"a long-suffering and uncomplaining wife"

{adj: heavy} marked by great psychological weight; weighted down especially with sadness or troubles or weariness
"a heavy heart"
"a heavy schedule"
"heavy news"
"a heavy silence"
"heavy eyelids"
<-> light

{adj: immediate} immediately before or after as in a chain of cause and effect
"the immediate result"
"the immediate cause of the trouble"

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