a source of difficulty
"one trouble after another delayed the job"; "what's the problem?"
fuss, trouble, bother, hassle(noun)
an angry disturbance
"he didn't want to make a fuss"; "they had labor trouble"; "a spot of bother"
pain in the ass, problem, squabble, dither, pettifoggery, hustle, botheration, flap, bicker, tiff, difficulty, hassle, stir, flurry, dogfight, rough-and-tumble, bother, ado, infliction, tizzy, pain, bustle, pother, spat, fuss, annoyance, worry, scuffle, bickering, pain in the neck, tussle
an event causing distress or pain
"what is the trouble?"; "heart trouble"
an effort that is inconvenient
"I went to a lot of trouble"; "he won without any trouble"; "had difficulty walking"; "finished the test only with great difficulty"
a strong feeling of anxiety
"his worry over the prospect of being fired"; "it is not work but worry that kills"; "he wanted to die and end his troubles"
an unwanted pregnancy
"he got several girls in trouble"
disturb, upset, trouble(verb)
"This book upset me"; "A troubling thought"
discomfit, touch, shake up, raise up, disorder, interrupt, cark, commove, bother, inconvenience oneself, agitate, disquiet, turn over, put out, perturb, trouble oneself, tump over, unhinge, incommode, disoblige, overturn, bowl over, discommode, discompose, tip over, upset, inconvenience, swage, untune, disconcert, vex, ail, knock over, stir up, disturb, distract, pain
trouble, put out, inconvenience, disoblige, discommode, incommode, bother(verb)
to cause inconvenience or discomfort to
"Sorry to trouble you, but..."
put under, get at, bring out, anaesthetise, irritate, hold out, douse, retire, bother, pain, rile, disquiet, gravel, ail, perturb, anaesthetize, publish, extend, get to, trouble oneself, anesthetize, stretch out, put out, nark, nettle, chafe, unhinge, incommode, cark, disoblige, discommode, disorder, stretch forth, annoy, upset, exsert, smother, inconvenience, inconvenience oneself, anesthetise, issue, vex, rag, release, disturb, distract, devil
perturb, unhinge, disquiet, trouble, cark, distract, disorder(verb)
disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
"She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill"
distract, unhinge, disorder, perturb, inconvenience oneself, upset, inconvenience, ail, discommode, disquiet, bother, cark, deflect, put out, incommode, disoblige, pain, disarray, throw out of kilter, disturb, trouble oneself, derange
trouble oneself, trouble, bother, inconvenience oneself(verb)
take the trouble to do something; concern oneself
"He did not trouble to call his mother on her birthday"; "Don't bother, please"
discommode, unhinge, get at, disorder, rile, perturb, gravel, inconvenience oneself, upset, distract, nettle, inconvenience, vex, ail, nark, disquiet, irritate, devil, chafe, cark, annoy, put out, bother, incommode, disoblige, pain, rag, disturb, trouble oneself, get to
trouble, ail, pain(verb)
cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed
bother, unhinge, hurt, disorder, perturb, inconvenience oneself, upset, inconvenience, ail, discommode, disquiet, cark, put out, incommode, distract, disoblige, pain, disturb, trouble oneself, anguish
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Anxiety is, according to its derivation, a choking disquiet, akin to anguish; anxiety is mental; anguish may be mental or physical; anguish is in regard to the known, anxiety in regard to the unknown; anguish is because of what has happened, anxiety because of what may happen. Anxiety refers to some future event, always suggesting hopeful possibility, and thus differing from apprehension, fear, dread, foreboding, terror, all of which may be quite despairing. In matters within our reach, anxiety always stirs the question whether something can not be done, and is thus a valuable spur to doing; in this respect it is allied to care. Foreboding, dread, etc., commonly incapacitate for all helpful thought or endeavor. Worry is a more petty, restless, and manifest anxiety; anxiety may be quiet and silent; worry is communicated to all around. Solicitude is a milder anxiety. Fretting or fretfulness is a weak complaining without thought of accomplishing or changing anything, but merely as a relief to one's own disquiet. Perplexity often involves anxiety, but may be quite free from it. A student may be perplexed regarding a translation, yet, if he has time enough, not at all anxious regarding it.
Anxiety for a friend's return; anxiety about, in regard to, or concerning the future.
Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
affliction, disturbance, annoyance, perplexity, molestation, vexation, inconvenience, calamity, distress, uneasiness, tribulation, disaster, torment, misfortune, adversity, anxiety, embarrassment, sorrow, misery, grief, depression, difficulty, labor, toil, effort
alleviation, composure, pleasure, appeasement, delight, assuagement, happiness, gratification, boon, blessing, exultation, joy, gladness, ease, facility, luck, recreation, amusement, carelessness, indifference, indolence, inertia, indulgence
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How to use trouble in a sentence?
Keep thy heart afar from sorrow, and be not anxious about the trouble which is not yet come.
The second generation had a lot of trouble dealing with the Holocaust, my generation, we are different. We know the difference between responsibility and guilt.
Texas Florida are doing great but Puerto Rico, which was already suffering from broken infrastructure massive debt, is in deep trouble, texas Florida's old electrical grid, which was in terrible shape, was devastated. Much of the Island was destroyed, with billions of dollars... owed to Wall Street and the banks which, sadly, must be dealt with. Food, water and medical are top priorities - and doing well.
The trouble with being poor is that it takes up all of your time.
I want to quit the army, I would, if I thought I wouldn't get into trouble, i want to join the militias and go back to the fight.
Translations for trouble
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- Anstrengung, Ärger, bekümmern, Bemühung, belästigen, Mühe, Störung, beunruhigen, SchwierigkeitGerman
- agobiar, molestar, fastidiarSpanish
- mekkala, ongelma, selkkaus, vaivata, vaiva, vaikeus, häiriö, levottomuus, hankaluus, vaivannäkö, tappeluFinnish
- peine, déranger, troublerFrench
- teanntachd, dragh, buair, trioblaid, buaireas, cuir dragh air, duilgheadas, èiginnScottish Gaelic
- तकलीफ़, कष्टHindi
- guaio, tumulto, disturbare, agitare, dissesto, problema, difficoltà, esagitare, impiccio, infastidire, problemiItalian
- 心配事, 厄介事, 迷惑, 揉め事, 手数を掛ける, 障害, 骨折り, 問題, 面倒を掛ける, 厄介Japanese
- raru, māreherehe, mohoMāori
- kłopoty, niepokoić, przeszkadzać, trud, problem, kłopot, dokuczaćPolish
- problema, molestar, incomodar, dificuldade, irritarPortuguese
- заботы, неприятность, побеспокоить, труд, хлопоты, перебой, проблема, беда, горе, обеспокоить, встревожить, трудность, волновать, потревожить, затруднение, взволновать, усилие, беспокоить, тревожить, неполадки, злоключениеRussian
- vurugu, gayaSwahili
- pahirapan, istorboTagalog
- sıkıntı, arıza, başağrısı, efor, problem, gayretTurkish
- تکلیف, کشٹUrdu
- rắc rốiVietnamese
- rujhe, mehinWalloon
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