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Freedom of speech, then, is sometimes not worth the trouble that comes with it. The Lion Air captain had left his rookie copilot to make the landing until he realized he was in trouble. For years, Brooke even had trouble finding a publisher for his memoir, which was ultimately accepted by Rutgers University Press. We are 80 percent Putin supporters today and tomorrow Khodorkovsky or Navalny might come to power and I will be in trouble.
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The company has had serious financial troubles recently. The trouble started when I was transferred to a new department. You could tell your troubles to this man, she thought. She can make a lot of trouble for you. It would just cause me more trouble in the long run. The only trouble with that idea was that Isabel would never agree to it. Your trouble is you are greedy.
To save this word, you'll need to log in. He was having trouble with his homework. I had a little trouble finding the place. He had no trouble finding a new job. She got into trouble with her credit cards. He's always getting in trouble at school. She has been having trouble with her knee. 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.