- What is opposite of trouble?
- What is a trouble?
- What’s the meaning of cousin?
- What means upside?
- What is another word for upside?
- What is the opposite word of unable?
- What is the opposite of downside?
- What’s another word for getting in trouble?
- Is it in trouble or into trouble?
- How do you spell trouble?
- What does benefit mean in English?
What is opposite of trouble?
Antonyms for trouble peace, contentment, boon, assistance, advantage, harmony, calm, aid, order, calmness, health, benefit, solution, delight, help, fitness, pleasure, blessing, good health, organization, ease, comfort, joy, tranquility, satisfaction, happiness..
What is a trouble?
(Entry 1 of 2) 1 : something that causes worry or distress : misfortune I’ve suffered many troubles. 2 : an instance of distress or disturbance Don’t make trouble. 3 : extra work or effort They took the trouble to write.
What’s the meaning of cousin?
(Entry 1 of 2) 1a : a child of one’s uncle or aunt. b : a relative descended from one’s grandparent or more remote ancestor by two or more steps and in a different line. c : kinsman, relative a distant cousin.
What means upside?
1 : an upward trend (as of prices) 2a : a positive aspect. b : promise, potential a young star with lots of upside. upside. preposition.
What is another word for upside?
What is another word for upside?advantagebenefitperkmeritgainbonusgodsendvirtueprofitgood136 more rows
What is the opposite word of unable?
not having talent, skill: capable, able, talented, sufficient, qualified, adequate, fit, skillful, competent, potent, strong.
What is the opposite of downside?
Noun. ▲ Opposite of a disadvantage suffered as the result of an action or situation. advantage.
What’s another word for getting in trouble?
What is another word for in trouble?strugglingscrewedhaving problemsin difficultyin difficultiesin shtookheading for disasterin a messin a predicamentin desperate straits11 more rows
Is it in trouble or into trouble?
In difficulties with someone, especially an authority. For example, If they don’t shovel their walk, they’ll be in trouble with their neighbors. This idiom is also put as get in or into trouble with, as in Watch what you say or you’ll get into trouble with the teacher. [Mid-1500s] Also see hot water; in a fix.
How do you spell trouble?
: to cause problems This decision could spell trouble for all of us.
What does benefit mean in English?
1a : something that produces good or helpful results or effects or that promotes well-being : advantage discounted prices and other benefits of a museum membership The benefits outweigh the risks of taking the drug. reaping the benefits of their hard work changes that will be to your benefit.