trouble en Español

Pronunciación
1. (vue) nublado; borroso 2. (idée) confuso 3. (esprit) confuso
4. (liquide) turbio 5. (général) perturbación (f)
6. (état mental) confusión (f); perplejidad (f); desorientación (f) 7. (politique) alboroto (m); tumulto (m); confusión (f); estrépito (m); bullicio (m); escándalo (m)

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But little did anyone know at the time, that I, Julius Caesar, would one day solve the country's troubles.
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Avoid getting into trouble.
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Several days after all the trouble began, a very pale looking Queen walked into the kitchen.
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What would happen if they discovered she had got them in trouble?
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The country was in a big mess and, of course, families like mine were blamed for all the mistakes and troubles.
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“Would you mind,” said the child respectfully, “taking the trouble to explain it to me? Who makes them counts?”
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“Give your evidence,” the King repeated angrily, “or I will have you executed, whether you are troubled or not.”
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“Oh, do not talk about trouble!” said the Duchess. “I make you a present of everything I have said so far.”
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“Pray do not trouble yourself to give any explanation longer than that,” said Alice.
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As Mr Fogg was about to enter it, he called a porter, and said to him: My friend, was there not some trouble today in San Francisco?
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