Two kids are talking.
- My dad works twelve hours a day, so that I can have a comfortable home and decent clothes. My mom spends the whole day cleaning and cooking for me. However, I can not relax from all the worry.
- But you are living a fairytale life! What are you so worry about?
- Well, what if they try to escape?
—n. - difficulty or distress; vexation, affliction (had trouble with my car).
- a inconvenience; unpleasant exertion; bother. B cause of this (she was no trouble).
- perceived failing (the trouble with me is that i can't say no).
- dysfunction (kidney trouble; engine trouble).
- a disturbance (crowd trouble; don't want any trouble). B (in pl.) Political or social unrest, public disturbances, esp. (the troubles) in n. Ireland. —v. (-ling) 1 cause distress or anxiety to; disturb.
- be disturbed or worried (don't trouble about it).
- afflict; cause pain etc. To.
- (often refl.) Subject or be subjected to inconvenience or unpleasant exertion (sorry to trouble you; don't trouble yourself). ask (or look) for trouble colloq. Invite trouble by one's actions, behaviour, etc.; be rash or indiscreet. In trouble 1 involved in a matter likely to bring censure or punishment.
- colloq. Pregnant while unmarried. [latin: related to *turbid]
v. (-cing) 1 defeat heavily.
- beat, thrash.
- punish severely. [origin unknown]
n. - member of a theatrical troupe.
- staunch colleague.
suit n. Woman's suit of trousers and jacket.
n. Esp. Us long-distance lorry-driver.
—n. (in full truckle-bed) low bed on wheels, stored under a larger bed. —v. (-ling) (foll. By to) submit obsequiously. [latin trochlea pulley]
n. - edible rich-flavoured underground fungus.
- sweet made of a chocolate mixture covered with cocoa etc. [probably dutch from french]
—n. - brass instrument with a flared bell and bright penetrating tone.
- trumpet-shaped thing (ear-trumpet).
- sound of or like a trumpet. —v. (-t-) 1 a blow a trumpet. B (of an enraged elephant etc.) Make a trumpet-like cry.
- proclaim loudly. trumpeter n. [french diminutive: related to *trump2]
v. (-ling) roll or move, esp. Heavily or noisily. [var. Of obsolete or dial. Trendle: related to *trend]