trouble


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Synonyms for trouble

afflict

Synonyms

inconvenience

take pains

Synonyms

  • take pains
  • take the time
  • make an effort
  • go to the effort of
  • exert yourself

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Synonyms for trouble

the condition of being in need of immediate assistance

the state or quality of being inconvenient

a cause of distress or anxiety

to cause anxious uneasiness in

to come to mind continually

to cause inconvenience for

Synonyms for trouble

an angry disturbance

an effort that is inconvenient

a strong feeling of anxiety

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an unwanted pregnancy

disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed

take the trouble to do something

cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed

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Trouble des fonctions executives ; trouble dysexecutif
The regulator said that the aim of the committee, which can be set up on a voluntary basis, is to 'guide firms with their debt restructuring and help troubled firms resolve their troubles.
Henderson-Niles hopes to stay away from foul trouble for the remainder of the series and have a better chance at fulfilling his promise.
The literature is replete with the warning signs ,to look for in corporations heading for financial trouble.
Snatching victory from the jaws of defeat, Vintage Trouble restored faith in the true power of live music.
Based on responses to the following question: "Without the use of hearing aids or other listening devices, is your hearing excellent, good, a little trouble hearing, moderate trouble, a lot of trouble, or are you deaf?
The software analyzes reports of past manufacturing and design trouble that occurred on the shop floor and helps to proactively prevent product malfunctions, operator errors and accidents by visualizing trouble occurrence trends and causes.
Troubles missed the Booker bus in Farrell's lifetime because the rules for giving out the prize changed in 1971.
3 : extra work or effort <They took the trouble to write.
The trouble with our modern society is that people neither have the time nor the inclination to listen anymore.
Il semble, cependant, qu'une meilleure comprehension du trouble de l'opposition avec provocation et du trouble des conduites ne puisse se faire sans tenir compte de leur cooccurrence1 (Pfiffner et al.
The trouble is they could ruin their whole lives by ending up in jail - or worse.
ABERDEEN'S friendly with Go-Ahead Eagles in Holland has been scrapped amid fears of crowd trouble.
That is the slogan of Kendra Duncan, 13, who designed a stuffed puppy named Trouble to comfort terminally ill patients.
Not to run away from the cops if you're in trouble.