trouble

trouble
I 1. ['trʌbl]
nome
1) U (problems) problemi m.pl., problema m., guai m.pl.

engine trouble — problemi meccanici

back trouble — noie alla schiena

this car has been nothing but trouble — questa macchina non mi ha dato che problemi

to get sb. into trouble — mettere qcn. nei guai, creare dei problemi a qcn.

to make trouble for oneself — crearsi dei problemi

to be asking for trouble — andare in cerca di guai, cercare i guai col lanternino

the trouble with you is that... — il tuo guaio è che...

what's the trouble? — qual è il problema? che cosa c'è che non va?

2) (difficulties) difficoltà f.pl., guai m.pl.

to be in o get into trouble [person] essere o mettersi nei guai; [company] essere nei guai, avere delle difficoltà; to have trouble doing avere problemi o difficoltà a fare; to get out of trouble togliersi o levarsi dai guai; to get sb. out of trouble togliere qcn. dai pasticci, tirare fuori qcn. dai guai; to stay out of trouble — tenersi fuori dai guai

3) (effort, inconvenience) pena f.

it's not worth the trouble — non ne vale la pena

to take the trouble to do — prendersi il disturbo o la briga di fare, darsi la pena di fare

to go to the trouble of doing — darsi la pena di fare

to save sb. the trouble of doing — risparmiare a qcn. il disturbo di fare

to go to a lot of trouble — prendersi molto disturbo

I don't want to put you to any trouble — non voglio arrecarle disturbo

it's no trouble — non è un problema

it's more trouble than it's worth — il gioco non vale la candela, non ne vale la pena

not to be any trouble — [child, task] non dare problemi

all that trouble for nothing — tanta fatica per nulla

nothing is too much trouble for him — è sempre molto disponibile

if it's too much trouble, say so — se ti dà troppi problemi, dimmelo

4) (discord, disturbance)

there'll be trouble — ci saranno disordini o incidenti

to expect trouble — [police] aspettarsi incidenti

to be looking for trouble — andare in cerca di guai

to make trouble — combinare guai

it will lead to trouble — andrà a finire male

at the first sign of trouble — al minimo o primo segno di difficoltà

there's trouble brewing — guai in vista

2.
nome plurale troubles preoccupazioni f., difficoltà f., problemi m.

tell me your troubles — dimmi cosa c'è che non va

money troubles — problemi di soldi

II 1. ['trʌbl]
verbo transitivo
1) (bother) [person] disturbare, importunare, incomodare [person]

sorry to trouble you — mi dispiace disturbarla

may o could I trouble you to do? potrei chiederle di fare? I won't trouble you with the details ti risparmierò i dettagli; to trouble to do — prendersi il disturbo o la briga di fare

2) (worry) preoccupare, affliggere [person]; tormentare [mind]
3) (cause disturbance, discomfort) [person, tooth, cough] tormentare [person]
2.
verbo riflessivo

to trouble oneself to do — prendersi il disturbo o la briga di fare

* * *
1. noun
1) ((something which causes) worry, difficulty, work, anxiety etc: He never talks about his troubles; We've had a lot of trouble with our children; I had a lot of trouble finding the book you wanted.) problema
2) (disturbances; rebellion, fighting etc: It occurred during the time of the troubles in Cyprus.) tumulto
3) (illness or weakness (in a particular part of the body): He has heart trouble.) problema
2. verb
1) (to cause worry, anger or sadness to: She was troubled by the news of her sister's illness.) turbare
2) (used as part of a very polite and formal request: May I trouble you to close the window?) disturbare
3) (to make any effort: He didn't even trouble to tell me what had happened.) disturbarsi
- troublesome
- troublemaker
* * *
I 1. ['trʌbl]
nome
1) U (problems) problemi m.pl., problema m., guai m.pl.

engine trouble — problemi meccanici

back trouble — noie alla schiena

this car has been nothing but trouble — questa macchina non mi ha dato che problemi

to get sb. into trouble — mettere qcn. nei guai, creare dei problemi a qcn.

to make trouble for oneself — crearsi dei problemi

to be asking for trouble — andare in cerca di guai, cercare i guai col lanternino

the trouble with you is that... — il tuo guaio è che...

what's the trouble? — qual è il problema? che cosa c'è che non va?

2) (difficulties) difficoltà f.pl., guai m.pl.

to be in o get into trouble [person] essere o mettersi nei guai; [company] essere nei guai, avere delle difficoltà; to have trouble doing avere problemi o difficoltà a fare; to get out of trouble togliersi o levarsi dai guai; to get sb. out of trouble togliere qcn. dai pasticci, tirare fuori qcn. dai guai; to stay out of trouble — tenersi fuori dai guai

3) (effort, inconvenience) pena f.

it's not worth the trouble — non ne vale la pena

to take the trouble to do — prendersi il disturbo o la briga di fare, darsi la pena di fare

to go to the trouble of doing — darsi la pena di fare

to save sb. the trouble of doing — risparmiare a qcn. il disturbo di fare

to go to a lot of trouble — prendersi molto disturbo

I don't want to put you to any trouble — non voglio arrecarle disturbo

it's no trouble — non è un problema

it's more trouble than it's worth — il gioco non vale la candela, non ne vale la pena

not to be any trouble — [child, task] non dare problemi

all that trouble for nothing — tanta fatica per nulla

nothing is too much trouble for him — è sempre molto disponibile

if it's too much trouble, say so — se ti dà troppi problemi, dimmelo

4) (discord, disturbance)

there'll be trouble — ci saranno disordini o incidenti

to expect trouble — [police] aspettarsi incidenti

to be looking for trouble — andare in cerca di guai

to make trouble — combinare guai

it will lead to trouble — andrà a finire male

at the first sign of trouble — al minimo o primo segno di difficoltà

there's trouble brewing — guai in vista

2.
nome plurale troubles preoccupazioni f., difficoltà f., problemi m.

tell me your troubles — dimmi cosa c'è che non va

money troubles — problemi di soldi

II 1. ['trʌbl]
verbo transitivo
1) (bother) [person] disturbare, importunare, incomodare [person]

sorry to trouble you — mi dispiace disturbarla

may o could I trouble you to do? potrei chiederle di fare? I won't trouble you with the details ti risparmierò i dettagli; to trouble to do — prendersi il disturbo o la briga di fare

2) (worry) preoccupare, affliggere [person]; tormentare [mind]
3) (cause disturbance, discomfort) [person, tooth, cough] tormentare [person]
2.
verbo riflessivo

to trouble oneself to do — prendersi il disturbo o la briga di fare


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