Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Trouble"

The meaning of "Trouble" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does we’re up to trouble mean?
A: "What are you up to?"
is an informal way of asking "What are you doing right now"
so when you say I'm up to something means I'm ready to do it so here "We're up to trouble " means we're ready to do trouble.
Q: What does trouble? mean?
A: Trouble means danger.

Oh no! I am in trouble! (I am in danger)

Trouble can also be used in this sentence:
I am in trouble with my parents.
This means that your parents are angry at you and have punished you.
Q: What does He goes from zero to trouble in point five seconds. mean?
A: It means he acts like a nice guy but is really a trouble maker. This can be used for kids too. For example " my niece looks cute but she goes from 0 to trouble real quick".
Q: What does grave trouble mean?
A: serious trouble
Q: What does I knew you were trouble when you walked in (lyric) mean?
A: This means that from the first time she saw him/met him, she knew he was going to bring her a lot of worry and heartache. She knows he is someone she should walk away from, but she's so attracted to him she can't.

Example sentences using "Trouble"

Q: Please show me example sentences with worth and worthy. I got some troubles in using these two. Tks.
A: 1. considering the issue was worth it.

2. issues worthy of further consideration.

WORTH means good or important enough to justify

WORTHY means having or showing the qualities or abilities that merit recognition in a specified way.
Q: Please show me example sentences with trouble : can I trouble you for a cigarette?.
A: Not quite. I might say something like: "Could I trouble you to use your seat for just a moment?"

That sounds very polite, but it would be very rude to ask a stranger to use their seat, unless you were injured, old, or heavily pregnant XD
Q: Please show me example sentences with this saves the trouble.
A: This saves the trouble of cleaning up around the house
Q: Please show me example sentences with go to the trouble.
A: We usually use "go through the trouble"

"You don't have to go through the trouble of making me breakfast, I'll buy some myself."

You use it when someone is offering to do something for you but you don't want to burden them. You don't want them to go out of the way to do it for you.

"You don't have to go through the trouble of doing that."

"You shouldn't have to go through the trouble of [doing something]."
Q: Please show me example sentences with I have trouble .
A: i have trouble solving the problem.
i have trouble undrestanding you.
sometimes i have trouble getting out of work cuz my boss is always ordering me around.
i have trouble accepting your existance.

Synonyms of "Trouble" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between every trouble imaginable and every imaginable trouble ?
A: "Imaginative detective" is a detective who uses a lot of imagination. Yes that works ok
Q: What is the difference between I'm in financial trouble and I've got financial trouble ?
A: Both mean the same thing
ex:
I've got a little financial trouble. Could you lend me some money? or
I'm in some financial trouble. Could you lend me some money?

you can use them both:)
Q: What is the difference between Get in trouble and Get into trouble ?
A: @Eduardoakaedu: You can use it interchangeably in conversation.
Q: What is the difference between trouble and hassle ?
A: Trouble has many meanings. However, in this instance, both seem quite similar. The two words can be used in the same way.

~trouble:
"It's so much trouble to take out the trash everyday! Why can't my dog just do it?"

~hassle:
"The teacher expects me to write a 30 page essay by tomorrow...It's such a hassle!"
Q: What is the difference between trouble and struggle and problem ?
A: "I have a problem." "There's a problem with this machine." A problem is something specific that stops something else from working or happening.

"It was a struggle to escape his chains." "He struggled to think of something to say." A struggle is a little bit stronger than a problem. A problem might just happen on its own. You just have to solve it. A struggle is something you have to overcome or defeat.

"I'm in trouble." "She was troubled by this news." "There's trouble in our schools." Trouble is like a bad situation.

Translations of "Trouble"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? aside from trouble getting our audio conference system up and running.

above sentence mean is the meeting is getting trouble?
audio conference system up and running is not working well?

A: there was a problem with audio, but the conference took place. However, the grammar is slightly wrong, is this the full sentence? It looks like one part of a sentence to me.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “excuse me, I’m in some troubles. Could you check this? Because this isn’t we ordered.”. is it natural???? and is it right??????😭😭😭
A: Excuse me, I’m having some trouble. Could you check this? Because this isn’t what we ordered.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? but whatever you have trouble in,you can ask me for helping
A: But whatever you have trouble with, you can ask me for help.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do I apologize politely when I have some trouble with customers ?
A: "My apologies."
"I'm sorry about the situation."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I don't want to cause you trouble.
A: @yoshitoki: I don't want to trouble you :) or I don't wish to trouble you

Other questions about "Trouble"

Q: I'm having trouble figuring out both the composition or structure and meaning of the following sentence. I'd appreciate it if yo explained that for me.

"Why is this kind of piercing through our kind of interest bubble now?"

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/boss-tracking-location-smartphone/
A: It means they are wondering why people are interested in the idea now, even though it has been an issue for a long time.

It is a strange phrase, and not commonly used.
Q: Whenever I am in trouble; not giving cliched words, you simply watch over me. But it is enough for me. does this sound natural?
A: Whenever I'm worried, without saying cliched words, you're watching over me. I'm satisfied with that.Also, maybe "looking out for me" is a better choice here, but "watching over me" is okay too.I think in this case using "not" is a little unnatural. "not" is more like ではない, and -ずに is like "without".
Q: I think it will make more troubles than good does this sound natural?
A: Make more trouble
Also..
I think it will cause more harm than good.
Q: nice of you to take the trouble to get here 这个什么意思
A: 你特地赶来这里……

基本上就是 "you get here" 的礼貌性说法
Q: What sounds do you think i have trouble with? does this sound natural?
A: should capitalize the "i" if it's formal or graded

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