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Trouble 🔊 Meaning in Urdu

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Trouble in Detail

1 of 9 : مشکل Mushkil پریشانی Preshani : Problem Trouble : (noun) a source of difficulty.

Having trouble?
Lest you should get into trouble.+ More

Related : Matter


3 of 9 : پریشانی Preshani جھگڑا Jhagra اختلاف Ikhtalaf : Bother Fuss Hassle Trouble : (noun) an angry disturbance.

They had labor trouble.

5 of 9 : اذیت Aziyat تکلیف Takleef : Trouble : (noun) an event causing distress or pain.

What is the trouble?
Heart trouble.

Related : Occurrent Misfortune Affliction

6 of 9 : پریشان ہونا Preshan Hona فکر مند ہونا Fikr Mand Hona : Cark Disorder Disquiet Distract Perturb Unhinge Trouble : (verb) disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed.

Related : Worry

7 of 9 : زحمت کرنا Zehmat Karna : Bother Inconvenience Oneself Trouble Oneself Trouble : (verb) take the trouble to do something; concern oneself.

He did not trouble to call his mother on her birthday.

Related : Strive

8 of 9 : فکر Fikr : Worry Trouble : (noun) a strong feeling of anxiety.

He wanted to die and end his troubles.

Related : Anxiety

9 of 9 : تکلیف دے کر بیمار کرنا Takleef De Kar Bimar Karna : Ail Pain Trouble : (verb) cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed.

Related : Recrudesce

Trouble in Idioms

Die Of Throat Trouble : To be hanged in past time.

Ask For Trouble : To do any act in a manner that will very likely result in trouble, difficulty, or danger.

Useful Words

Move : ایک جگہ سے دوسری جگہ جانا Ek Jaga Se Dusri Jaga Jana : change residence, affiliation, or place of employment. "The whole family moved to Canada"

Beginning Origin Root Rootage Source : وہ جگہ جہاں سے کوئی چیز شروع ہو Wo Jaga Jahan Se Koi Cheez Shuru Ho : the place where something begins, where it springs into being. "The Italian beginning of the Renaissance"