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  1. trouble

    • IPA[ˈtrʌb(ə)l]

    英式

    • n.
      difficulty or problems;the malfunction of something such as a machine or a part of the body
    • v.
      cause distress or anxiety to;be distressed or anxious about
    • noun: trouble, plural noun: troubles

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. difficulty or problems:

      I had trouble finding somewhere to park

      friends should support each other when they are in trouble

    • 2. the malfunction of something such as a machine or a part of the body:

      their helicopter developed engine trouble

    • 3. effort or exertion made to do something, especially when inconvenient:

      I wouldn't want to put you to any trouble

      he's gone to a lot of trouble to help you

    • 4. a cause of worry or inconvenience:

      the kid had been no trouble up to now

    • 5. a particular aspect of something regarded as unsatisfactory or as a source of difficulty:

      that's the trouble with capitalism

    • 6. a situation in which one is liable to incur punishment or blame:

      he's been in trouble with the police

    • 7. used to refer to the condition of a pregnant unmarried woman:

      she's not the first girl who's got herself into trouble

    • 8. public unrest or disorder:

      there was crowd trouble before and during the match

    • 9. any of various periods of civil war or unrest in Ireland, especially in 1919–23 and (in Northern Ireland) since 1968.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cause distress or anxiety to:

      he was not troubled by doubts

    • 2. be distressed or anxious about:

      she was too concerned with her own feelings to trouble about Clare's

    • 3. cause (someone) pain:

      my legs started to trouble me

    • 4. cause (someone) inconvenience (typically used as a polite way of asking someone to do something):

      sorry to trouble you

      could I trouble you for a receipt?

    • 5. make the effort required to do something:

      oh, don't trouble to answer

    • adj. beset by problems or conflict:

    • his troubled private life

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    • adj. beset by problems or difficulties:

    • his troubled private life

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    • adj. not experiencing or causing any problems:

    • proper installation will ensure trouble-free performance

      your life is trouble-free now that you've hit the big time

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    • n. a situation in which a player is in danger of exceeding the number of permitted fouls and being put out of the game:

    • he overcame foul trouble to get 19 points and eight rebounds

      unless they get into foul trouble, Duke's starting guards won't see the bench much tonight against Wisconsin

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    • n. malfunction or disease of the heart:

    • as well as his obesity, he had a history of heart trouble

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    • n. a situation in which a player is in danger of exceeding the number of permitted fouls and being put out of the game:

    • he overcame foul trouble to get 19 points and eight rebounds

      unless they get into foul trouble, Duke's starting guards won't see the bench much tonight against Wisconsin

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    • adj. not experiencing or causing any problems:

    • proper installation will ensure trouble-free performance

      most visits to game reserves and other tourist areas are trouble-free

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    • take needless action that may have detrimental effects

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    • IPA[ˈtrəb(ə)l]

    美式

    • n.
      difficulty or problems:
    • I had trouble finding somewhere to park

      friends should support each other when they are in trouble

    • v.
      cause distress or anxiety to:
    • he was not troubled by doubts

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  2. 知識+

    • trouble 可數嗎?

      "have trouble"是指"有困難"的意思,後面可接 (in) V-ing,表示"在...上有困難,很費力",比方說: The patient has trouble breathing ─ I think he's dying. (這病人呼吸有困難,我看...

    • problem、trouble、difficulty 差別?

      trouble 是不可數名詞,所以不能加 a 或是 s,所以 B 是錯的 你有某方面... has a problem of talking to girls. difficulty 跟 trouble 在這裡的意思是差不多的,都指做某事有困難,但最大的差別是 difficulty 是...

    • 單子trouble以及句子文法解釋

      ... = It rained cats and dogs that day 那天下大雨 [ trouble在什麼時候要用不可數,什麼時候要用可數,兩者有何差別呢?] 英文名詞可...