(sth that causes) difficulty, worry, annoyance, or suffering
a difficult or dangerous position or situation
a position in which one is blamed for doing wrong or thought to have done wrong
(sth that causes) more than usual work or effort; inconvenience
(an occasion of) political or social disorder
failure to work properly
a fault; a bad or annoying quality
bother or inconvenience oneself
cause worry, discomfort, anxiety or inconvenience to
"one trouble after another delayed the job"
"what's the problem?"
"he didn't want to make a fuss"
"they had labor trouble"
"a spot of bother"
"what is the trouble?"
"I went to a lot of trouble"
"he won without any trouble"
"had difficulty walking"
"finished the test only with great difficulty"
"his worry over the prospect of being fired"
"it is not work but worry that kills"
"he wanted to die and end his troubles"
"he got several girls in trouble"
"This book upset me"
"A troubling thought"
"Sorry to trouble you, but..."
"She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill"
"He did not trouble to call his mother on her birthday"
"Don't bother, please"
The trouble of thy thoughts this night..Affects me equally.
Their trouble sprang from poor articulation.
出自： E. Blishen
The..government has caused trouble for this..industry by raising its costs.
An Angel went downe..into the poole, and troubled the water.
出自：Bible (AV): King John
Like a fountain troubledsMuddy, ill-seeming, thick.
出自：Taming of Shrew , Shakespeare
My son's always getting into trouble with the police.
我儿子总是和警察惹上麻烦。 get sb into trouble
His bad temper was always getting him into trouble.
If you do that, you might get her into trouble.
She told a lie rather than get her friend into trouble.
Don't mention my name or you'll get me into trouble.
I hope we haven't put you to any trouble.
I did it to spare your trouble.
我这样做是为了你省事。 save〔spare〕 sb/oneself trouble
My Baedeker has saved me trouble.
This would save everyone a lot of trouble.
You may spare yourself the trouble.
We must thank you for taking the trouble to make us a meal.
He troubles about the matter.
Please don't trouble about that one little mistake.
Don't trouble about the door; I'll close it.
Don't trouble about my supper.
He is a man who refuses to trouble about trifles.
If you trouble about every little thing you will never have any peace of mind.
如果每件事情你都要操心,你就永远得不到安宁。 trouble sb/oneself about sb/sth
He always troubles me about his private affairs.
They ceased to trouble themselves about him.
Don't trouble yourself about that.
She troubled herself about what else to put in the letter.
I am troubled about her.
She is seriously troubled about the matter.
She was greatly troubled about her mother's illness.
He was greatly troubled about his son's behaviour.
May I trouble you for a match?
May I trouble you for some money?
Can I trouble you for some advice?
I don't want to trouble you with all my little difficulties, but I wonder if you could help me just once more?
Jane has been troubled with bad dreams recently.
I am troubled with a headache.
误 It is a pity to give you so many troubles.
正 It is a pity to give you so much trouble.
析 trouble作“麻烦”“困难”“问题”“病痛”解时,是不可数名词,“许多麻烦”可以说much trouble或a lot of trouble。
误 If you can't pay the bill, you're going to be at trouble.
正 It you can't pay the bill, you're going to be in trouble.
析 表示“有困难”“惹麻烦”时,可以说be in trouble,而不可以说be at trouble。
误 Did you have much trouble to find the house?
正 Did you have much trouble (in) finding the house?
析 表示“做…有困难”“费事”时,可以说have trouble (in) v -ing,不能说have trouble to- v 。
误 I'm sorry to trouble with you.
正 I'm sorry to trouble you.
析 作“麻烦,打扰”解时, trouble后可直接接人作宾语,不需再接with。