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2 Translation results for trouble in Spanish

verb | noun

trouble verb

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troubled, has troubled, is troubling, troubles
molestar, perturbar, inquietar; molestarse, hacer un esfuerzo; afligir, afectar

Example sentences of
trouble verb

  • The accusations troubled him deeply.
  • I'm troubled by his strange behavior.
  • I don't mean to trouble you, but I have a question.

Synonyms of
trouble verb

Detailed synonyms for trouble verb

Trouble, distress, ail, vex significan causar inquietud o molestia.
  • Trouble connota el perder la tranquilidad e indica un elemento perturbador que interfiere con la eficiencia, la conveniencia, la comodidad, la salud o la serenidad <troubled by sleeplessness for weeks>.
  • Distress indica el estar bajo tensión o presión, y tener como consecuencia estrés, dolor, inquietud o congoja <distressed by the sight of suffering>.
  • Ail indica que algo no especificado ha fallado, y a menudo connota una intención de encontrar la causa con el propósito de ayudar o de corregir el problema <wondered what was ailing her child>.
  • Vex significa molestar, afligir o desconcertar <vexed by her husband's habits>.

trouble noun

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problemas, dificultades; molestia, esfuerzo

Example sentences of
trouble noun

  • The new system is giving me trouble.
  • He was having trouble with his homework.
  • I had a little trouble finding the place.
  • He had no trouble finding a new job.
  • gangs looking to make trouble
  • When the new CEO arrived, the company was in trouble.
  • She got into trouble with her credit cards.
  • He's always getting in trouble at school.
  • She has been having trouble with her knee.

Synonyms of
trouble noun

Detailed synonyms for trouble noun

See: Effort

Reverse translation for trouble

molestar  - to be a nuisance, to annoy, to bother, to disturb, to disrupt 
perturbar  - to disturb, to trouble, to disrupt 
inquietar  - to disturb, to upset, to agitate, to worry 
afligir  - to distress, to upset, to afflict 
afectar  - to affect, to upset, (figurative) to shake up, to feign, to pretend 
problemas  - problem 
dificultades  - difficulty 
molestia  - annoyance, bother, nuisance, trouble, discomfort 
esfuerzo  - effort, spirit, vigor 
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