|cause trouble||惹事 [re3 shi4]|
|(set phrase) disturbance in the rear, trouble back home, family worries||后顾之忧 [hou4 gu4 zhi1 you1]|
|(set phrase) disturbance in the rear, trouble back home, family worries||後顧之憂 [hou4 gu4 zhi1 you1]|
|A forest fire brings trouble upon monkeys.||池魚之殃|
|add trouble to, join in the fun||湊熱鬧|
|add trouble, increase be on the decline||增加衰氣|
|aid, to help sb in trouble||救助 [jiu4 zhu4]|
|an incompletely cured illness, an old complaint, the root cause of trouble||病根 [bing4 gen1]|
|ask for trouble, bring trouble upon self||自討苦吃|
|ask for trouble, find fault||找麻煩|
|ask for trouble, pick on somebody, find fault||找麻煩|
|avoid causing trouble, e.g., by not insisting too strongly on our rights||省事|
|bad company getting you onto trouble (Lit. water ghost encouraging individual to jump into water and drown)||壞人的邀請|
|be a cause of trouble, bring trouble||為害 ,為患|
|be a ghost or demon, cause trouble secretly, be a bad or evil person||做鬼|
|be at ease and free from trouble forever||永逸|
|be bent on making trouble, meddlesome||好事|
|be fretful or peevish, as a child or mother-in-law, cause constant trouble||刁難 ,乖張|
|begin affairs and not settle them so as to cause great trouble to others, wicked way (means)||缺德的手段|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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