4. (liquide) troebel 5. (général) verwarring (f); opschudding (f); onrust (m/f) 6. (état mental) verwarring (f); ontsteltenis (f); verbijstering (f); verbazing (f)
7. (politique) opschudding (f); onrust (m/f); oproer (n); tumult (n)
But little did anyone know at the time, that I, Julius Caesar, would one day solve the country's troubles.
Avoid getting into trouble.
Several days after all the trouble began, a very pale looking Queen walked into the kitchen.
What would happen if they discovered she had got them in trouble?
The country was in a big mess and, of course, families like mine were blamed for all the mistakes and troubles.
“Would you mind,” said the child respectfully, “taking the trouble to explain it to me? Who makes them counts?”
“Give your evidence,” the King repeated angrily, “or I will have you executed, whether you are troubled or not.”
“Oh, do not talk about trouble!” said the Duchess. “I make you a present of everything I have said so far.”
“Pray do not trouble yourself to give any explanation longer than that,” said Alice.
As Mr Fogg was about to enter it, he called a porter, and said to him: My friend, was there not some trouble today in San Francisco?
1. équivoque: confus, louche, ténébreux, embrouillé, inextricable, nébuleux, obscur, opaque, vague, voilé
2. boueux: vaseux
3. émoi: confusion, égarement, enivrement, fascination, passion
4. peur: malaise, affolement, désarroi, inquiétude, agitation, tracas
5. dérèglement: désordre, désorganisation, perturbation, brouille, gâchis, dérangement