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Slang meaning of Gobe

Gobe means: Trouble

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Gobe (2) means: Trouble

Slang definition of Gobe

Gobe (2) means: Trouble

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Trouble (v. t.): To give occasion for labor to; -- used in polite phraseology; as, I will not trouble you to deliver the letter.

Troublous (a.): Full of trouble; causing trouble.

Mischief (n.): Cause of trouble or vexation; trouble.

Distrouble (v. t.): To trouble.

Troubling (p. pr. & vb. n.): of Trouble

Troubled (imp. & p. p.): of Trouble

Objection (n.): Cause of trouble; sorrow.

Mash (n.): A mess; trouble.

Drecche (v. t.): To vex; to torment; to trouble.

Fash (v. t.): To vex; to tease; to trouble.

Cumber (v.): Trouble; embarrassment; distress.

Troublable (a.): Causing trouble; troublesome.

Darkness (n.): A state of distress or trouble.

Tine (n.): Trouble; distress; teen.

Trouble (a.): Troubled; dark; gloomy.

Discommode (v. t.): To put inconvenience; to incommode; to trouble.

Worriment (n.): Trouble; anxiety; worry.

Whereret (v. t.): To hurry; to trouble; to tease.

Lighten (v. t.): To free from trouble and fill with joy.

Vexation (n.): The cause of trouble or disquiet; affliction.

Tweak (n.): Trouble; distress; tweag.

Snare (n.): Hence, anything by which one is entangled and brought into trouble.

Cumbrous (a.): Giving trouble; vexatious.

Trouble (v. t.): A fault or interruption in a stratum.

Perturb (v. t.): To disturb; to agitate; to vex; to trouble; to disquiet.

Indolent (a.): Free from toil, pain, or trouble.

Diseasefulness (n.): The quality of being diseaseful; trouble; trial.

Elenge (a.): Sorrowful; wretched; full of trouble.

Sore (a.): Fig.: Grief; affliction; trouble; difficulty.

Beat (v. t.): To exercise severely; to perplex; to trouble.

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Words, slangs, sentences and phrases similar to Trouble

Meaning of Trouble and Strife

Trouble and Strife means: Wife. I'm taking my trouble dancing tonight.

Meaning of Aggro

Aggro means: Aggravation; trouble, especially violent trouble

Meaning of Quid

Quid means: Trouble, especially financial trouble. Bankruptcy

Meaning of tek ye gaan

tek ye gaan means: To have trouble doing something. For example, 'It'll tek ye gaan tae get aall that written up afore the morn man!', i.e. 'You're going to have trouble writing all that up before tomorrow mind!'.

Meaning of Peck Of Trouble

Peck Of Trouble means: Great trouble.

Meaning of trouble and strife

trouble and strife means: n wife. Cockney rhyming slang: Phil’s gone home to try and cheer up the trouble and strife after that whole embarrassing business with the surprise birthday party.

Meaning of Keeping a weather eye open

Keeping a weather eye open means: This expression comes from the importance of a sailing crew staying alert and looking for potential trouble such as approaching bad weather. Today it has a similar use, meaning to generally watch out for trouble.

Meaning of FLANGE TROUBLE

FLANGE TROUBLE means: Flange trouble is British slang for a problem with the urinary tract.

Meaning of TROUBLE AND FUSS

TROUBLE AND FUSS means: Trouble and fuss is London Cockney rhyming slang for bus.

Meaning of Shit Deflectors

Shit Deflectors means: Imaginary devices used to deflect trouble. Somewhat reminiscent of the "deflector shields" in Star Trek, they are usually placed in the on position when trouble is detected. eg. "I went in to that meeting with my shit deflectors on high".

Meaning of EYE−TROUBLE

EYE−TROUBLE means: Eye−trouble is New Zealand slang for staring.

Meaning of meter en líos

meter en líos means: get into trouble. (lit.: to put into trouble)

Meaning of TROUBLE AND STRIFE

TROUBLE AND STRIFE means: Trouble and strife is London Cockney rhyming slang for wife. Trouble and strife is London Cockney rhyming slang for life.

Meaning of SHOUT OUT

SHOUT OUT means: Originally a shout were done in  early Hip Hop jams, where an MC (rapper) would shout out  people in the crowd on the microphone. Allot of shout outs were done for local gangs and thugs to give them respect so as not to have the gangs give trouble. By shouting them out, the gangstas or thugs would feel respected and cause no trouble.

Meaning of SHOUT OUT

SHOUT OUT means: Originally a shout were done in  early Hip Hop jams, where an MC (rapper) would shout out  people in the crowd on the microphone. Allot of shout outs were done for local gangs and thugs to give them respect so as not to have the gangs give trouble. By shouting them out, the gangstas or thugs would feel respected and cause no trouble.

Slang definitions, words, phrases and meanings

Meaning of QUARTER TO TWO

QUARTER TO TWO means: Quarter to two is British rhyming slang for Jew.

Meaning of bunk up

bunk up means: Noun. Sexual intercourse. E.g."I thought if I brought her drinks all night I'd at least get a bunk up."

Meaning of Gaffer

Gaffer means: House or home

Meaning of BBL

BBL means: Be Back Later

Meaning of nick

nick means: To steal. The shoplifter nicked the cop's badge as he was dragged out of the store.

Meaning of cockboy

cockboy means: Homosexual.

Meaning of mother fucker

mother fucker means: A very gross person. This term shows intense anger of the speaker. It is often shortened to "mother", but with still the same intensity in meaning. ["John has stood me up twice. He is a real mother fucker."].

Meaning of Zeppelin

Zeppelin means: Sausage

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