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Definition of "in trouble" [in trouble]

  • Suffering difficulties. (phrase)
  • Liable to be punished for misbehavior; in disgrace. (phrase)
  • Pregnant, unmarried, and not likely to be married before giving birth. (phrase)

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Use "in trouble" in a sentence
  • "Yesterday Paul left the Technology room probably in trouble but anyways he said, “I love you Rylan!”"
  • "Not that it would helpif this loose furniture and equipment started flying around, they were all in trouble anyway."
  • "John Mortimer and Dick Widdicombe were too old, and Noah Mortimer was an idler, always in trouble for not pulling his weight."
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