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الإنجليزية - التركية
sorun
trouble
dert

Sana dert açmak istemiyorum. - I do not want to cause you any trouble.

Başı dertte iken benden yardım istedi. - She asked me for help when she was in trouble.

trouble
sorun

Zenginlerin fakirler kadar sorunu vardır. - The rich have trouble as well as the poor.

Yeni hükümetin malî sorunları var. - The new government has financial troubles.

trouble
bela

O belaya tekrar katlanacağım. - I will go through that trouble again.

O pastayı yediysen başın belada! - You're in trouble if you ate that cake!

trouble
zahmet

Zahmetin için teşekkür ederim. - Thank you for your trouble.

O, arkadaşını havaalanında karşılama zahmetine katlandı. - She took the trouble to meet her friend at the airport.

trouble
{i} belâ

Başınız belada olduğu zaman, bana güvenebilirsiniz. - When you are in trouble, you can count on me.

O belaya tekrar katlanacağım. - I will go through that trouble again.

trouble
sıkıntı

Onlar bize çok az sıkıntı verdi. - They gave us very little trouble.

Bakar bakmaz bir sıkıntısı olduğunu anlamıştım. - I could tell at a glance that she was in trouble.

trouble
{f} 1. rahatsız etmek, tedirgin etmek: The approaching storm troubled the ship's crew. Yaklaşan fırtına geminin tayfasını tedirgin etti. The
trouble
karışıklık

O, burada karışıklık çıkarmaya çalışıyor. - He's here trying to stir up trouble.

trouble
uğraştırmak
trouble
zahmete katlanmak
trouble
rahatsız etmek
trouble
taciz etmek
trouble
tedirgin etmek
trouble
zahmete sokmak
trouble
sıkı

Kesinlikle sıkıntılarımız olacak. - We'll have troubles for sure.

Bakar bakmaz bir sıkıntısı olduğunu anlamıştım. - I could tell at a glance that she was in trouble.

trouble
tehlike

Jamal tehlikeli bir haydut. Her zaman başı beladadır. - Jamal is a dangerous thug. He always gets in trouble.

trouble
problem

Tom asla onun hayatında bir problem içinde olmadı. - Tom has never been in trouble in his life.

Problem, arabayı nereye park ettiğimi hatırlayamıyor olmam. - The trouble is that I can't remember where I parked the car.

trouble
zorluk

Jenny Japonca çalıştığından Japonya'da zorluk çekmedi. - Having studied Japanese, Jenny had no trouble in Japan.

Tom arkadaş edinmede zorluk çekiyordu. - Tom had trouble making friends.

trouble
(Mekanik) arıza yapmak
trouble
rahatını kaçırmak
trouble
gaile
trouble
başına bela olmak
trouble
rahatını bozmak
trouble
başını ağrıtmak
trouble
müşkül
trouble

Onun yeni fikirleri daha tutucu iş arkadaşlarıyla sık sık başını derde sokuyor. - Her novel ideas are time and again getting her into trouble with her more conservative colleagues.

İşle ilgili biraz sorunum var. - I had some trouble with the work.

trouble
zahmet vermek
trouble
üzüntü
trouble
rahatsızlık
trouble
kötü taraf
trouble
(sosyal/siyasal) düzensizlik
trouble
ızdırap
trouble
yanlış
trouble
zor durum

Her zor durumda olduğunda o yanında oldu. - She stood by him whenever he was in trouble.

trouble
acı vermek
trouble
güçlük

Onun ofisini bulmakta güçlük çekmedim. - I had no trouble finding his office.

Ben seni anlamakta güçlük çekiyorum. - I'm having trouble understanding you.

trouble
sıkmak
trouble
acı çektirmek
trouble
zahmet etmek
trouble
hastalık
trouble
telaşlandırmak
trouble
dertten
trouble
belaya
trouble
belae
trouble
ıstırap
trouble
başı

Benim her zaman başım belada. - I am forever in trouble.

Başınız belada olduğu zaman, bana güvenebilirsiniz. - When you are in trouble, you can count on me.

trouble
dert etmek
trouble
arıza
trouble
üzülmek
trouble
külfet
trouble
get into trouble belaya çatmak
trouble
bulandırmak
trouble
meşakkat
trouble
{i} huzursuzluk
trouble
üzmek
trouble
rahatsız etmek, tedirgin etmek: The approaching storm troubled the ship's crew. Yaklaşan fırtına geminin tayfasını tedirgin etti. The
trouble
hazlmsızlık
trouble
{i} aksilik
trouble
digestive troubles sindirim bozukluğu
trouble
bela aramak

O bela aramak için geldi. - He came to look for trouble.

Tom bela aramak için bugün buraya geldi. - Tom came here today looking for trouble.

trouble
{f} canını sıkmak
trouble
bela satın almak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية

تعريف trouble of في الإنجليزية الإنجليزية القاموس.

trouble
A distressful or dangerous situation
trouble
{v} to perplex, disturb, vex, afflict, sue
trouble
{n} calamity, disturbance, inconvenience
trouble
cause bodily suffering to
trouble
You can refer to problems or difficulties as trouble. I had trouble parking You've caused us a lot of trouble The plane developed engine trouble soon after taking off The crew are in serious trouble in 50-knot winds and huge seas The Sullivans continued to have financial troubles
trouble
take the trouble to do something; concern oneself; "He did not trouble to call his mother on her birthday"; "Don't bother, please"
trouble
If someone is in trouble, they are in a situation in which a person in authority is angry with them or is likely to punish them because they have done something wrong. He was in trouble with his teachers
trouble
a strong feeling of anxiety; "his worry over the prospect of being fired"; "it is not work but worry that kills"; "he wanted to die and end his troubles"
trouble
A difficulty contributing to such a situation
trouble
To bother; to annoy
trouble
politeness If you tell someone that it is no trouble to do something for them, you are saying politely that you can or will do it, because it is easy or convenient for you. It's no trouble at all; on the contrary, it will be a great pleasure to help you = bother
trouble
To give occasion for labor to; used in polite phraseology; as, I will not trouble you to deliver the letter
trouble
If you take the trouble to do something, you do something which requires a small amount of additional effort. He did not take the trouble to see the film before he attacked it
trouble
{f} worry, cause concern; annoy; bother; cause discomfort; disturb
trouble
The state of being troubled; disturbance; agitation; uneasiness; vexation; calamity
trouble
If you have kidney trouble or back trouble, for example, there is something wrong with your kidneys or your back. Her husband had never before had any heart trouble He began to have trouble with his right knee
trouble
an unwanted pregnancy; "he got several girls in trouble"
trouble
Area of nonspecific space a child can always be sure to be in
trouble
Area of nonspecific space a child can always be sure to be
trouble
If you say that one aspect of a situation is the trouble, you mean that it is the aspect which is causing problems or making the situation unsatisfactory. The trouble is that these restrictions have remained while other things have changed Your trouble is that you can't take rejection. = problem
trouble
Your troubles are the things that you are worried about. She kept her troubles to herself
trouble
an effort that is inconvenient; "I went to a lot of trouble"; "he won without any trouble"; "had difficulty walking"; "finished the test only with great difficulty"
trouble
to cause inconvenience or discomfort to; "Sorry to trouble you, but
trouble
jackpot
trouble
a source of difficulty; "one trouble after another delayed the job"; "what's the problem?"
trouble
to cause inconvenience or discomfort to; "Sorry to trouble you, but "
trouble
Efforts taken
trouble
Troubled; dark; gloomy
trouble
an angry disturbance; "he didn't want to make a fuss"; "they had labor trouble"; "a spot of bother"
trouble
disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed; "She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill"
trouble
A violent occurrence
trouble
A malfunction, as in "heart trouble"
trouble
If something troubles you, it makes you feel rather worried. Is anything troubling you? He was troubled by the lifestyle of his son. + troubling trou·bling But most troubling of all was the simple fact that nobody knew what was going on
trouble
That which gives disturbance, annoyance, or vexation; that which afflicts
trouble
{i} problem, misfortune, annoyance; civil disturbance; cause of worry; exertion in accomplishing something
trouble
If there is trouble somewhere, especially in a public place, there is fighting or rioting there. Riot police are being deployed throughout the city to prevent any trouble the first victim of the troubles in Northern Ireland
trouble
A non-emergency condition indicating that the alarm system is inoperative or functioning at less than optimum capabil-ity Trouble conditions may include sensors that have become less sensitive or more susceptible to causing false alarms, or bat-teries that have deteriorated or are inoperative
trouble
move deeply; "This book upset me"; "A troubling thought"
trouble
If you say that someone or something is more trouble than they are worth, you mean that they cause you a lot of problems or take a lot of time and effort and you do not achieve or gain very much in return. Some grumbled that Johnson was more trouble than he was worth
trouble
If a part of your body troubles you, it causes you physical pain or discomfort. The ulcer had been troubling her for several years
trouble
To disturb; to perplex; to afflict; to distress; to grieve; to fret; to annoy; to vex
trouble
To put into confused motion; to disturb; to agitate
trouble
If you say that a person or animal is no trouble, you mean that they are very easy to look after. My little grandson is no trouble at all, but his 6-year-old elder sister is rude and selfish
trouble
disapproval If you say that someone does not trouble to do something, you are critical of them because they do not behave in the way that they should do, and you think that this would require very little effort. He yawns, not troubling to cover his mouth He hadn't troubled himself to check his mirrors
trouble
formulae You use trouble in expressions such as I'm sorry to trouble you when you are apologizing to someone for disturbing them in order to ask them something. I'm sorry to trouble you, but I wondered if by any chance you know where he is = bother
trouble
an event causing distress or pain; "what is the trouble?"; "heart trouble"
trouble
A fault or interruption in a stratum
trouble
tribulation
trouble of

    الواصلة

    trou·ble of

    التركية النطق

    trʌbıl ıv

    النطق

    /ˈtrəbəl əv/ /ˈtrʌbəl əv/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'tr&-b&l ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French tourbler, troubler, from Vulgar Latin turbulare, from turbulus agitated, alteration of Latin turbulentus; more at TURBULENT.

    كلمة اليوم

    aposematic
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