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sinonimi di trouble
Cerca  frasi:
Italiano
Vocabolario e frasi
* Ti prometto e giuro che non verrò mai a importunarti, neanche per una miserrima tazza di caffè, neanche per godere del dolce, esilarante spettacolo del vostro amore, della vostra concordia, della vostra felicità edificata su la mia morte... ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )<>
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molestare
= verbo trans. recare molestia, importunare <>
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
Bennet began repeating her thanks to Mr. Bingley for his kindness toJane, with an apology for troubling him also with Lizzy.<>
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But thecase is this: We are not rich enough or grand enough for them; and sheis the more anxious to get Miss Darcy for her brother, from the notionthat when there has been one intermarriage, she may have less troublein achieving a second; in which there is certainly some ingenuity, andI dare say it would succeed, if Miss de Bourgh were out of the way.<>
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It was very strange that he should cometo Longbourn instead of to Lucas Lodge; it was also very inconvenientand exceedingly troublesome.<>
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But hercommendation, though costing her some trouble, could by no means satisfyMr. Collins, and he was very soon obliged to take her ladyship's praiseinto his own hands.<>
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It is because he will not give himself the trouble.<>
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Henever said a great deal, nor did she give herself the trouble of talkingor of listening much; but it struck her in the course of their thirdrencontre that he was asking some odd unconnected questions--abouther pleasure in being at Hunsford, her love of solitary walks, and heropinion of Mr. and Mrs.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Are you indeed? And pray what sort of guardians do you make? Does yourcharge give you much trouble? Young ladies of her age are sometimes alittle difficult to manage, and if she has the true Darcy spirit, shemay like to have her own way.<>
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If you, my dearfather, will not take the trouble of checking her exuberant spirits, andof teaching her that her present pursuits are not to be the business ofher life, she will soon be beyond the reach of amendment.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "This is a parade," he cried, "which does one good; it gives such anelegance to misfortune! Another day I will do the same; I will sit in mylibrary, in my nightcap and powdering gown, and give as much trouble asI can; or, perhaps, I may defer it till Kitty runs away.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Let me write for you," said Jane, "if you dislike the troubleyourself.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) That it would be done with such trifling exertion on his side, too, wasanother very welcome surprise; for his wish at present was to have aslittle trouble in the business as possible.<>
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And will you give yourself the trouble of carryingsimilar assurances to his creditors in Meryton, of whom I shall subjoina list according to his information? He has given in all his debts; Ihope at least he has not deceived us.<>
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The vague and unsettled suspicions which uncertainty hadproduced of what Mr. Darcy might have been doing to forward her sister'smatch, which she had feared to encourage as an exertion of goodness toogreat to be probable, and at the same time dreaded to be just, from thepain of obligation, were proved beyond their greatest extent to be true!He had followed them purposely to town, he had taken on himself allthe trouble and mortification attendant on such a research; in whichsupplication had been necessary to a woman whom he must abominate anddespise, and where he was reduced to meet, frequently meet, reasonwith, persuade, and finally bribe, the man whom he always most wished toavoid, and whose very name it was punishment to him to pronounce.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "If you believed it impossible to be true," said Elizabeth, colouringwith astonishment and disdain, "I wonder you took the trouble of comingso far.<>
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Lady Catherine, itappeared, had actually taken the trouble of this journey from Rosings,for the sole purpose of breaking off her supposed engagement with Mr.Darcy.<>
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Let me thank you again and again,in the name of all my family, for that generous compassion which inducedyou to take so much trouble, and bear so many mortifications, for thesake of discovering them.<>
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It will save me a world of troubleand economy.<>
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There--I have saved you the trouble of accounting forit; and really, all things considered, I begin to think it perfectlyreasonable.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "DEAR SIR,"I must trouble you once more for congratulations.<>
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Travelling was in a troubled state, and the minds ofcoachmen were unsettled.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Winkle's bedroom is inside mine,' said Mr. Tupman; 'I couldn't makehim understand what I wanted, if I woke him now, but I know he has adress-suit in a carpet bag; and supposing you wore it to the ball, andtook it off when we returned, I could replace it without troubling himat all about the matter.<>
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If you will take the trouble to turn into the field which borders thetrench, take the foot-path to the left when you arrive at an angle ofthe fortification, and keep straight on, till you see me, I will precedeyou to a secluded place, where the affair can be conducted without fearof interruption.<>
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God! what would I forfeit to have the days of my childhood restored, orto be able to forget them for ever!You have seen much trouble, sir,' said Mr. Pickwick compassionately.<>
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Afraid!' exclaimed Mr. Pickwick, 'what's the woman afraid of?It got us in trouble last time,' said the woman, turning into thehouse; 'I woan't have nothin' to say to 'un.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'In the first transports of her mental anguish, the suffering motherthrew herself on her knees at my feet, and fervently sought the AlmightyBeing who had hitherto supported her in all her troubles to release herfrom a world of woe and misery, and to spare the life of her only child.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Tupman thought of the widow at Rochester, and his mind was troubled.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Ha! ha!' replied Jingle; and then he added, with a knowing wink, and ajerk of the thumb towards the interior of the chaise--'I say--she's verywell--desires her compliments--begs you won't trouble yourself--love toTUPPY--won't you get up behind?--drive on, boys.<>
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Ah,' said the little man, 'you're a wag, ain't you?My eldest brother was troubled with that complaint,' said Sam; 'it maybe catching--I used to sleep with him.<>
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The spirit which burns within us, is a porter'sknot, on which to rest the heavy load of worldly cares and troubles; andwhen that spirit fails us, the burden is too heavy to be borne.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'If this,' said Mr. Pickwick, looking about him--'if this were the placeto which all who are troubled with our friend's complaint came, I fancytheir old attachment to this world would very soon return.<>
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It'll save you a good deal of trouble, won't it?' said Mr. Pickwick.<>
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Oh, I never thought anything of the trouble, sir,' replied Mrs.<>
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Bardell; 'and, of course, I should take more trouble to please youthen, than ever; but it is so kind of you, Mr. Pickwick, to have so muchconsideration for my loneliness.<>
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After repeated pressings on the part of Mr. Pott, and repeatedprotestations on that of Mr. Pickwick that he could not think ofincommoding or troubling his amiable wife, it was decided that it wasthe only feasible arrangement that could be made.<>
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The right was reserved for the Buff party, and the centre for the mayorand his officers; one of whom--the fat crier of Eatanswill--was ringingan enormous bell, by way of commanding silence, while Mr. HoratioFizkin, and the Honourable Samuel Slumkey, with their hands upon theirhearts, were bowing with the utmost affability to the troubled sea ofheads that inundated the open space in front; and from whence arose astorm of groans, and shouts, and yells, and hootings, that would havedone honour to an earthquake.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"Ah!" said the old fellow, "I am a good deal troubled with this now.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"It's not much trouble to open it, anyhow," said Tom, getting out ofbed very deliberately.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"If it is, that he wants money," said the widow, "I know that already,and you needn't trouble yourself.<>
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Pott, in the most obligingvoice--'you give yourself a great deal of unnecessary trouble, Mrs.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'When I wos first pitched neck and crop into the world, to play atleap-frog with its troubles,' replied Sam.<>
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The most unskilful observer couldhave detected in his troubled countenance, a readiness to resign hisWellington boots to any efficient substitute who would have consented tostand in them at that moment.<>
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Mr. Pickwick struck the table emphatically with his clenched fist, andspoke as follows:--'Is it not a wonderful circumstance,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'that we seemdestined to enter no man's house without involving him in some degreeof trouble? Does it not, I ask, bespeak the indiscretion, or, worse thanthat, the blackness of heart--that I should say so!--of my followers,that, beneath whatever roof they locate, they disturb the peace of mindand happiness of some confiding female? Is it not, I say--'Mr. Pickwick would in all probability have gone on for some time, hadnot the entrance of Sam, with a letter, caused him to break off in hiseloquent discourse.<>
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Sir Geoffrey still in Scotland, of course, Martin?'The tall gamekeeper replied in the affirmative, and looked with somesurprise from Mr. Winkle, who was holding his gun as if he wished hiscoat pocket to save him the trouble of pulling the trigger, to Mr.Tupman, who was holding his as if he was afraid of it--as there is noearthly reason to doubt he really was.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"It is no common business," said he; "nor have these papers reached myhands without long trouble and great expense.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Good-bye!' said Sam; and as he said it, he dropped the hat that hadcost so much trouble in looking for.<>
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I saved him a world o' troublethis vay, Sir.<>
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Don't troubleMr. Pickwick about an old creetur like me.<>
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Mixed up with the pleasure and joy of theoccasion, are the many regrets at quitting home, the tears of partingbetween parent and child, the consciousness of leaving the dearest andkindest friends of the happiest portion of human life, to encounter itscares and troubles with others still untried and little known--naturalfeelings which we would not render this chapter mournful by describing,and which we should be still more unwilling to be supposed to ridicule.<>
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The old lady submitted to this piece of practical politeness with allthe dignity which befitted so important and serious a solemnity, butthe younger ladies, not being so thoroughly imbued with a superstitiousveneration for the custom, or imagining that the value of a salute isvery much enhanced if it cost a little trouble to obtain it, screamedand struggled, and ran into corners, and threatened and remonstrated,and did everything but leave the room, until some of the lessadventurous gentlemen were on the point of desisting, when they all atonce found it useless to resist any longer, and submitted to be kissedwith a good grace.<>
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Slowly and peacefully, the father sank into the grave, and,soon after, the sharer of all his cares and troubles followed him to aplace of rest.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Don't trouble yourself,' said Mr. Jackson.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The waiter stepped upstairs to announce Mr. Jackson; but Mr. Jacksonsaved him the trouble by following close at his heels, and walking intothe apartment before he could articulate a syllable.<>
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I've alittle something to trouble you with, Sir.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Now,' said Jackson, 'I'm afraid you'll think me rather troublesome, butI want somebody else, if it ain't inconvenient.<>
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"Don't trouble yourself about the warming-pan.<>
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" Thewarming-pan! Why, gentlemen, who DOES trouble himself about awarming-pan? When was the peace of mind of man or woman broken ordisturbed by a warming-pan, which is in itself a harmless, a useful, andI will add, gentlemen, a comforting article of domestic furniture? Whyis Mrs.<>
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There was no vestige ofhuman habitation, or sign of man's resort, to bear the name; but therewas the same noble country, the same broad expanse of hill and dale, thesame beautiful channel stealing on, far away, the same lofty mountainswhich, like the troubles of life, viewed at a distance, and partiallyobscured by the bright mist of its morning, lose their ruggedness andasperity, and seem all ease and softness.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I must trouble you to knock again, if you please,' said Mrs.<>
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Of course not, Mr. Weller,' said the gentleman in blue, 'one can'tbe troubled, you know; and WE know, Mr. Weller--we, who are men of theworld--that a good uniform must work its way with the women, sooner orlater.<>
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As to the wictim of oppression in thesuit o' brimstone, all I can say of him, is, that I hope he'll get jistas good a berth as he deserves; in vitch case it's wery little coldswarry as ever he'll be troubled with agin.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I am sorry to trouble you, Sir,' said Mr. Winkle, 'but will you havethe goodness to direct me to--Ha! ha! ha!' roared the studious young gentleman, throwing the largebook up into the air, and catching it with great dexterity at the verymoment when it threatened to smash to atoms all the bottles on thecounter.<>
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Mr. Smouch, who was troubled with a hoarse cough, remainedbelow, and expectorated in the passage.<>
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P'raps if vun of us wos to brush, without troubling theman, it 'ud be more agreeable for all parties, as the schoolmaster saidwhen the young gentleman objected to being flogged by the butler.<>
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Well, then, I'll tell you wot it is,' said Sam, 'I'll trouble you forthe loan of five-and-twenty pound.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Is this here gen'l'm'n troubled with any painful complaint?' said Sam,looking to his mother-in-law for explanation.<>
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So far from being edified by this very proper reply, the elder Mr.Weller at once relapsed into a broad grin; and this inexorable conductcausing the lady and Mr. Stiggins to close their eyes, and rockthemselves to and fro on their chairs, in a troubled manner, hefurthermore indulged in several acts of pantomime, indicative of adesire to pummel and wring the nose of the aforesaid Stiggins, theperformance of which, appeared to afford him great mental relief.<>
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I say!' said Sam, 'I'll trouble you, my friend! None o' that!'Job Trotter looked amazed.<>
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The whole place seemed restless and troubled; and thepeople were crowding and flitting to and fro, like the shadows in anuneasy dream.<>
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All I ask is, vere?'Here the contest was renewed with increased violence; and the horsebeing troubled with a fly on his nose, the cabman humanely employedhis leisure in lashing him about on the head, on the counter-irritationprinciple.<>
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Oh! If ever a woman was troubled with aruffinly creetur, that takes a pride and a pleasure in disgracing hiswife on every possible occasion afore strangers, I am that woman!You ought to be ashamed of yourself, Raddle,' said the other littlewoman, who was no other than Mrs.<>
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Say I amsorry to trouble him at so late an hour; but I am anxious to see himto-night, and have only just arrived.<>
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This way, gentlemen; don't trouble yourselves aboutthe postboy now, sir.<>
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Sam was taken with a troublesome cough, at once, for the purpose ofattracting the gentleman's attention; the gentleman starting at thesound, raised his head and his eyeglass, and disclosed to view theprofound and thoughtful features of Mr. Pott, of the Eatanswill GAZETTE.<>
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The moment they began to flag, the mischievous Mr. BobSawyer, addressing Slurk with great politeness, said--'Will you allow me to look at your paper, Sir, when you have quite donewith it?You will find very little to repay you for your trouble in thiscontemptible THING, sir,' replied Slurk, bestowing a Satanic frown onPott.<>
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I don't say it out ofpride, but I think--However, gentlemen, I won't trouble you with that.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Whoever he is," said Bagshaw, "I must trouble him to come with me andanswer a few questions.<>
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"No need to trouble the gentleman to-day, particularly.<>
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Somehow orother, Sybil had heard from somebody (I rather suspect from old Abbott)that Sir Arthur Vaudrey, in his wilder youth, had committed some crimeor, at least, done some great wrong to somebody, which had got him intoserious trouble.<>
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Poor Vaudrey diedup in the hamlet, somehow; after all, I don't think he committedsuicide; but the trouble is who would, or could, have killed him up inthat potty little place?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) He began to draw rough designs with the point of his stumpy umbrella onthe strip of sand.<>
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But this, while it further troubled the dying light ofthe place, was the least of the incongruities of which the company, withvery varying feelings, became aware.<>
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any more stealing and you'll be in big trouble
= se continui a rubare avrai dei grossi guai , ruba ancora una volta e avrai grossi guai ,
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ask for trouble
= cercare guai , andare in cerca di guai ,
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asked for trouble
= cercato guai , andato in cerca di guai ,
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asking for trouble
= cercando guai , andando in cerca di guai ,
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asks for trouble
= cerca guai , va in cerca di guai ,
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borrow trouble
= crucciarsi inutilmente , crucciarsi anzitempo ,
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borrowed trouble
= crucciatosi inutilmente , crucciatosi anzitempo ,
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borrowing trouble
= crucciandosi inutilmente , crucciandosi anzitempo ,
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borrows trouble
= si cruccia inutilmente , si cruccia anzitempo ,
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chest trouble
= male di petto ,
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chest troubles
= mali di petto ,
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conjure away the trouble
= far sparire le preoccupazioni ,
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conjured away the trouble
= fatto sparire le preoccupazioni ,
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conjures away the trouble
= fa sparire le preoccupazioni ,
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conjuring away the trouble
= facendo sparire le preoccupazioni ,
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counting trouble
= in cerca di guai ,
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court trouble
= cercare guai ,
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courted trouble
= cercato guai ,
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courting trouble
= cercando guai ,
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courts trouble
= cerca guai ,
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don't get into trouble
= non metterti nei guai! ,
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don't trouble about a reply
= non importa che tu risponda ,
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don't trouble about it
= non preoccuparti! non prendertela! ,
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don't trouble to see me off at the airport
= non incomodarti ad accompagnarmi all'aeroporto! ,
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he brought trouble wherever he went
= portava guai dovunque andasse,
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he could sense trouble in the air
= sentiva aria di tempesta,
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in big trouble
= in guai grossi, nei guai grossi,
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in for trouble
= in procinto di passare guai, in cerca di guai,
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in trouble
= nei guai, nei pasticci, negli impicci,
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labour troubles
= agitazioni operaie,
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ntf
= no trouble found, ntf,
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out for trouble
= in cerca di guai,
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please don't let my troubles concern you
= vi prego, non statevi a preoccupare per i miei guai,
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ptf
= problem temporary- trouble fix , ptf,
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Coniugazione:1 - importunare
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io importuno
tu importuni
egli importuna
noi importuniamo
voi importunate
essi importunano
Imperfetto
io importunavo
tu importunavi
egli importunava
noi importunavamo
voi importunavate
essi importunavano
Passato remoto
io importunai
tu importunasti
egli importunò
noi importunammo
voi importunaste
essi importunarono
Passato prossimo
io ho importunato
tu hai importunato
egli ha importunato
noi abbiamo importunato
voi avete importunato
essi hanno importunato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo importunato
tu avevi importunato
egli aveva importunato
noi avevamo importunato
voi avevate importunato
essi avevano importunato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi importunato
tu avesti importunato
egli ebbe importunato
noi avemmo importunato
voi eveste importunato
essi ebbero importunato
Futuro semplice
io importunerò
tu importunerai
egli importunerà
noi importuneremo
voi importunerete
essi importuneranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò importunato
tu avrai importunato
egli avrà importunato
noi avremo importunato
voi avrete importunato
essi avranno importunato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io importuni
che tu importuni
che egli importuni
che noi importuniamo
che voi importuniate
che essi importunino
Passato
che io abbia importunato
che tu abbia importunato
che egli abbia importunato
che noi abbiamo importunato
che voi abbiate importunato
che essi abbiano importunato
Imperfetto
che io importunassi
che tu importunassi
che egli importunasse
che noi importunassimo
che voi importunaste
che essi importunassero
Trapassato
che io avessi importunato
che tu avessi importunato
che egli avesse importunato
che noi avessimo importunato
che voi aveste importunato
che essi avessero importunato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io importunerei
tu importuneresti
egli importunerebbe
noi importuneremmo
voi importunereste
essi importunerebbero
Passato
io avrei importunato
tu avresti importunato
egli avrebbe importunato
noi avremmo importunato
voi avreste importunato
essi avrebbero importunato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
importuna
importuni
importuniamo
importunate
importunino
Futuro
-
importunerai
importunerà
importuneremo
importunerete
importuneranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
importunare
Passato
avere importunato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
importunante
Passato
importunato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
importunando
Passato
avendo importunato
INDICATIVO - passivo
Presente
io sono importunato
tu sei importunato
egli é importunato
noi siamo importunati
voi siete importunati
essi sono importunati
Imperfetto
io ero importunato
tu eri importunato
egli era importunato
noi eravamo importunati
voi eravate importunati
essi erano importunati
Passato remoto
io fui importunato
tu fosti importunato
egli fu importunato
noi fummo importunati
voi foste importunati
essi furono importunati
Passato prossimo
io sono stato importunato
tu sei stato importunato
egli é stato importunato
noi siamo stati importunati
voi siete stati importunati
essi sono stati importunati
Trapassato prossimo
io ero stato importunato
tu eri stato importunato
egli era stato importunato
noi eravamo stati importunati
voi eravate stati importunati
essi erano statiimportunati
Trapassato remoto
io fui stato importunato
tu fosti stato importunato
egli fu stato importunato
noi fummo stati importunati
voi foste stati importunati
essi furono stati importunati
Futuro semplice
io sarò importunato
tu sarai importunato
egli sarà importunato
noi saremo importunati
voi sarete importunati
essi saranno importunati
Futuro anteriore
io sarò stato importunato
tu sarai stato importunato
egli sarà stato importunato
noi saremo stati importunati
voi sarete stati importunati
essi saranno stati importunati
CONGIUNTIVO - passivo
Presente
che io sia importunato
che tu sia importunato
che egli sia importunato
che noi siamo importunati
che voi siate importunati
che essi siano importunati
Passato
che io sia stato importunato
che tu sia stato importunato
che egli sia stato importunato
che noi siamo stati importunati
che voi siate stati importunati
che essi siano stati importunati
Imperfetto
che io fossi importunato
che tu fossi importunato
che egli fosse importunato
che noi fossimo importunati
che voi foste importunati
che essi fossero importunati
Trapassato
che io fossi stato importunato
che tu fossi stato importunato
che egli fosse stato importunato
che noi fossimo stati importunati
che voi foste stati importunati
che essi fossero stati importunati
CONDIZIONALE - passivo
Presente
io sarei importunato
tu saresti importunato
egli sarebbe importunato
noi saremmo importunati
voi sareste importunati
essi sarebbero importunati
Passato
io sarei stato importunato
tu saresti stato importunato
egli sarebbe stato importunato
noi saremmo stati importunati
voi sareste stati importunati
essi sarebbero stati importunati
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - passivo
Presente
-
sii importunato
sia importunato
siamo importunati
siate importunati
siano importunati
Futuro
-
sarai importunato
sarà importunato
saremo importunati
sarete importunati
saranno importunati
INFINITO - passivo
Presente
essere importunato
Passato
essere stato importunato
PARTICIPIO - passivo
Presente
-
Passato
importunato
 
 
GERUNDIO - passivo
Presente
essendo importunato
Passato
essendo stato importunato
Verb: to trouble-troubled-troubled
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I trouble
you trouble
he/she/it troubles
we trouble
you trouble
they trouble
Simple past
I troubled
you troubled
he/she/it troubled
we troubled
you troubled
they troubled
Simple past
I troubled
you troubled
he/she/it troubled
we troubled
you troubled
they troubled
Present perfect
I have troubled
you have troubled
he/she/it has troubled
we have troubled
you have troubled
they have troubled
Past perfect
I had troubled
you had troubled
he/she/it had troubled
we had troubled
you had troubled
they had troubled
Past perfect
I had troubled
you had troubled
he/she/it had troubled
we had troubled
you had troubled
they had troubled
Simple future
I will trouble
you will trouble
he/she/it will trouble
we will trouble
you will trouble
they will trouble
Future perfect
I will have troubled
you will have troubled
he/she/it will have troubled
we will have troubled
you will have troubled
they will have troubled
Present continuous
I am troubling
you are troubling
he/she/it is troubling
we are troubling
you are troubling
they are troubling
Past simple continuous
I was troubling
you were troubling
he/she/it was troubling
we were troubling
you were troubling
they were troubling
Future continuous
I will be troubling
you will be troubling
he/she/it will be troubling
we will be troubling
you will be troubling
they will be troubling
Future perfect continuous
I will have been troubling
you will have been troubling
he/she/it will have been troubling
we will have been troubling
you will have been troubling
they will have been troubling
Present perfect continuous
I have been troubling
you have been troubling
he/she/it has been troubling
we have been troubling
you have been troubling
they have been troubling
Past perfect continuous
I had been troubling
you had been troubling
he/she/it had been troubling
we had been troubling
you had been troubling
they had been troubling
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I trouble
That you trouble
That he/she/it trouble
That we trouble
That you trouble
That they trouble
Present perfect
That I have troubled
That you have troubled
That he/she/it have troubled
That we have troubled
That you have troubled
That they have troubled
Simple past
That I troubled
That you troubled
That he/she/it troubled
That we troubled
That you troubled
That they troubled
Past perfect
That I had troubled
That you had troubled
That he/she/it had troubled
That we had troubled
That you had troubled
That they had troubled
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would trouble
you would trouble
we would trouble
we would trouble
you would trouble
they would trouble
Past
I would have troubled
you would have troubled
he/she/it would have troubled
we would have troubled
you would have troubled
they would have troubled
Present continous
I would be troubling
you would be troubling
we would be troubling
we would be troubling
you would be troubling
they would be troubling
Past continous
I would have been troubling
you would have been troubling
he/she/it would have been troubling
we would have been troubling
you would have been troubling
they would have been troubling
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me trouble
trouble
let him trouble
let us trouble
trouble
let them trouble
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to trouble
Past
to have troubled
Present continous
to be troubling
Perfect continous
to have been troubling
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
troubling
Past
troubled
Perfect
having troubled
Affermative - GERUND
Present
troubling
Past
having troubled
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not trouble
you do not trouble
he/she/it does not troubles
we do not trouble
you do not trouble
they do not trouble
Simple past
I did not trouble
you did not trouble
he/she/it did not trouble
we did not trouble
you did not trouble
they did not trouble
Simple past
I did not trouble
you did not trouble
he/she/it did not trouble
we did not trouble
you did not trouble
they did not trouble
Present perfect
I have not troubled
you have not troubled
he/she/it has not troubled
we have not troubled
you have not troubled
they have not troubled
Past perfect
I had not troubled
you had not troubled
he/she/it had not troubled
we had not troubled
you had not troubled
they had not troubled
Past perfect
I had not troubled
you had not troubled
he/she/it had not troubled
we had not troubled
you had not troubled
they had not troubled
Simple future
I will not trouble
you will not trouble
he/she/it will not trouble
we will not trouble
you will not trouble
they will not trouble
Future perfect
I will not have troubled
you will not have troubled
he/she/it will not have troubled
we will not have troubled
you will not have troubled
they will not have troubled
Present continuous
I am not troubling
you are not troubling
he/she/it is not troubling
we are not troubling
you are not troubling
they are not troubling
Past simple continuous
I was not troubling
you were not troubling
he/she/it was not troubling
we were not troubling
you were not troubling
they were not troubling
Future continuous
I will not be troubling
you will not be troubling
he/she/it will not be troubling
we will not be troubling
you will not be troubling
they will not be troubling
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been troubling
you will not have been troubling
he/she/it will not have been troubling
we will not have been troubling
you will not have been troubling
they will not have been troubling
Present perfect continuous
I have not been troubling
you have not been troubling
he/she/it has not been troubling
we have not been troubling
you have not been troubling
they have not been troubling
Past perfect continuous
I had not been troubling
you had not been troubling
he/she/it had not been troubling
we had not been troubling
you had not been troubling
they had not been troubling
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not trouble
That you do not trouble
That he/she/it does not trouble
That we do not trouble
That you do not trouble
That they do not trouble
Present perfect
That I have not troubled
That you have not troubled
That he/she/it have not troubled
That we have not troubled
That you have not troubled
That they have not troubled
Simple past
That I did not trouble
That you did not trouble
That he/she/it did not trouble
That we did not trouble
That you did not trouble
That they did not trouble
Past perfect
That I had not troubled
That you had not troubled
That he/she/it had not troubled
That we had not troubled
That you had not troubled
That they had not troubled
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not trouble
you would not trouble
we would not trouble
we would not trouble
you would not trouble
they would not trouble
Past
I would not have troubled
you would not have troubled
he/she/it would not have troubled
we would not have troubled
you would not have troubled
they would not have troubled
Present continous
I would not be troubling
you would not be troubling
we would not be troubling
we would not be troubling
you would not be troubling
they would not be troubling
Past continous
I would not have been troubling
you would not have been troubling
he/she/it would not have been troubling
we would not have been troubling
you would not have been troubling
they would not have been troubling
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me trouble
do not trouble
do not let him trouble
do not let us trouble
do not trouble
do not let them trouble
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to trouble
Past
not to have troubled
Present continous
not to be troubling
Perfect continous
not to have been troubling
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not troubling
Past
not troubled
Perfect
not having troubled
Negative - GERUND
Present
not troubling
Past
not having troubled
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I trouble ?
do you trouble ?
does she/he/it troubles ?
do we trouble ?
do you trouble ?
do they trouble ?
Simple past
did I trouble ?
did you trouble ?
did she/he/it trouble ?
did we trouble ?
did you trouble ?
did they trouble ?
Simple past
did I trouble ?
did you trouble ?
did she/he/it trouble ?
did we trouble ?
did you trouble ?
did they trouble ?
Present perfect
have I troubled ?
have you troubled ?
has she/he/it troubled ?
have we troubled ?
have you troubled ?
have they troubled ?
Past perfect
had I troubled ?
had you troubled ?
had she/he/it troubled ?
had we troubled ?
had you troubled ?
had they troubled ?
Past perfect
had I troubled ?
had you troubled ?
had she/he/it troubled ?
had we troubled ?
had you troubled ?
had they troubled ?
Simple future
will I trouble ?
will you trouble ?
will she/he/it trouble ?
will we trouble ?
will you trouble ?
will they trouble ?
Future perfect
will I have troubled ?
will you have troubled ?
will she/he/it have troubled ?
will we have troubled ?
will you have troubled ?
will they have troubled ?
Present continuous
am I troubling ?
are you troubling ?
is she/he/it troubling ?
are we troubling ?
are you troubling ?
are they troubling ?
Past simple continuous
was I troubling ?
were you troubling ?
was she/he/it troubling ?
were we troubling ?
were you troubling ?
were they troubling ?
Future continuous
will I be troubling ?
will you be troubling ?
will she/he/it be troubling ?
will we be troubling ?
will you be troubling ?
will they be troubling ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been troubling ?
will you have been troubling ?
will she/he/it have been troubling ?
will we have been troubling ?
will you have been troubling ?
will they have been troubling ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been troubling ?
have you been troubling ?
has she/he/it been troubling ?
have we been troubling ?
have you been troubling ?
have they been troubling ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been troubling ?
had you been troubling ?
had she/he/it been troubling ?
had we been troubling ?
had you been troubling ?
had they been troubling ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I trouble ?
That do you trouble ?
That does she/he/it trouble ?
That do we trouble ?
That do you trouble ?
That do they trouble ?
Present perfect
That have I troubled ?
That have you troubled ?
That have she/he/it troubled ?
That have we troubled ?
That have you troubled ?
That have they troubled ?
Simple past
That did I trouble ?
That did you trouble ?
That did she/he/it trouble ?
That did we trouble ?
That did you trouble ?
That did they trouble ?
Past perfect
That had I troubled ?
That had you troubled ?
That had she/he/it troubled ?
That had we troubled ?
That had you troubled ?
That had they troubled ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I trouble ?
would you trouble ?
would she/he/it trouble ?
would we trouble ?
would you trouble ?
would they trouble ?
Past
would I have troubled?
would you have troubled?
would she/he/it have troubled?
would we have troubled?
would you have troubled?
would they have troubled?
Present continous
would I be troubling ?
would you be troubling ?
would she/he/it be troubling ?
would we be troubling ?
would you be troubling ?
would they be troubling ?
Past continous
would I have been troubling?
would you have been troubling?
would she/he/it have been troubling?
would we have been troubling?
would you have been troubling?
would they have been troubling?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not trouble ?
do you not trouble ?
does she/he/it not troubles ?
do we not trouble ?
do you not trouble ?
do they not trouble ?
Simple past
did I not trouble ?
did you not trouble ?
did she/he/it not trouble ?
did we not trouble ?
did you not trouble ?
did they not trouble ?
Simple past
did I not trouble ?
did you not trouble ?
did she/he/it not trouble ?
did we not trouble ?
did you not trouble ?
did they not trouble ?
Present perfect
have I not troubled ?
have you not troubled ?
has she/he/it not troubled ?
have we not troubled ?
have you not troubled ?
have they not troubled ?
Past perfect
had I not troubled ?
had you not troubled ?
had she/he/it not troubled ?
had we not troubled ?
had you not troubled ?
had they not troubled ?
Past perfect
had I not troubled ?
had you not troubled ?
had she/he/it not troubled ?
had we not troubled ?
had you not troubled ?
had they not troubled ?
Simple future
will I not trouble ?
will you not trouble ?
will she/he/it not trouble ?
will we not trouble ?
will you not trouble ?
will they not trouble ?
Future perfect
will I not have troubled ?
will you not have troubled ?
will she/he/it not have troubled ?
will we not have troubled ?
will you not have troubled ?
will they not have troubled ?
Present continuous
am I not troubling ?
are you not troubling ?
is she/he/it not troubling ?
are we not troubling ?
are you not troubling ?
are they not troubling ?
Past simple continuous
was I not troubling ?
were you not troubling ?
was she/he/it not troubling ?
were we not troubling ?
were you not troubling ?
were they not troubling ?
Future continuous
will I not be troubling ?
will you not be troubling ?
will she/he/it not be troubling ?
will we not be troubling ?
will you not be troubling ?
will they not be troubling ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been troubling ?
will you not have been troubling ?
will she/he/it not have been troubling ?
will we not have been troubling ?
will you not have been troubling ?
will they not have been troubling ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been troubling ?
have you not been troubling ?
has she/he/it not been troubling ?
have we not been troubling ?
have you not been troubling ?
have they not been troubling ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been troubling ?
had you not been troubling ?
had she/he/it not been troubling ?
had we not been troubling ?
had you not been troubling ?
had they not been troubling ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not trouble ?
That do you not trouble ?
That does she/he/it not trouble ?
That do we not trouble ?
That do you not trouble ?
That do they not trouble ?
Present perfect
That have I not troubled ?
That have you not troubled ?
That have she/he/it not troubled ?
That have we not troubled ?
That have you not troubled ?
That have they not troubled ?
Simple past
That did I not trouble ?
That did you not trouble ?
That did she/he/it not trouble ?
That did we not trouble ?
That did you not trouble ?
That did they not trouble ?
Past perfect
That had I not troubled ?
That had you not troubled ?
That had she/he/it not troubled ?
That had we not troubled ?
That had you not troubled ?
That had they not troubled ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not trouble ?
would you not trouble ?
would she/he/it not trouble ?
would we not trouble ?
would you not trouble ?
would they not trouble ?
Past
would I not have troubled?
would you not have troubled?
would she/he/it not have troubled?
would we not have troubled?
would you not have troubled?
would they not have troubled?
Present continous
would I not be troubling ?
would you not be troubling ?
would she/he/it not be troubling ?
would we not be troubling ?
would you not be troubling ?
would they not be troubling ?
Past continous
would I not have been troubling?
would you not have been troubling?
would she/he/it not have been troubling?
would we not have been troubling?
would you not have been troubling?
would they not have been troubling?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present