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    Registered User 下級員 / Kakyuuin / Jr. Member Ana Clara's Avatar
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    Help with an English expression

    What does 'met trouble' mean?
    I saw that expression here:
    "I always met trouble with anything related to Misaki."


    Context: The guy who said that (Usagi) is really jealous about Misaki and, every time someone try to get close to Misaki, Usagi gets nervous.
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    Re: Help with an English expression

    "Met trouble" is simple past tense of "to meet trouble" = to end up in trouble/to have difficulties.

    E.g. "I met trouble on the way from the store -- my car broke down."
    我は怠惰そのものである。

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    Re: Help with an English expression

    Thanks for the help.
    Unfortunately, the computer I'm using right now has a problem and because of that I'm not able to give 'thanks' and 'likes'.
    So, I will give it later when the other pc come back from the technical assistance.

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