What does get into trouble mean?

Definitions for get into trouble
get in·to trou·ble

This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word get into trouble.

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  1. get into troubleverb

    To perform an action which is illegal, prohibited, forbidden or proscribed and to become subject to punishment for such action.

  2. get into troubleverb

    To fall into difficulty.

  3. get into troubleverb

    (Usually said of an unmarried woman) to become pregnant.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of get into trouble in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of get into trouble in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of get into trouble in a Sentence

  1. Ted Rossman:

    The resilience of consumer spending is probably the biggest thing that’s pushed this recession timetable out, in some respects, this is actually good for the economy because people are spending. But what we worry about at the household level is, are they going to spend too much and get into trouble?

  2. Armen Gasparyan:

    If banks from the top 30 get into trouble, the government will have to save them at any price, it would be very painful for such a bank to go under, as it could spark a crisis of confidence in which the population withdraws deposits en masse and interbank lending rates spike.

  3. Charles Vega:

    So if you’re not paying attention and you take Tylenol with those, you can get into trouble.

  4. Foram Sheth:

    When you procrastinate, you tend to be reactive and wait until the very last minute and then the quality of the work becomes just a checklist just to get it done, compared to' I do this because I have pride in doing this.... I care about the results. Now the shift is :' I need to do just enough so I don't get into trouble.'.

  5. Ramadi Al-Yassiri:

    I want to quit the army, I would, if I thought I wouldn't get into trouble, i want to join the militias and go back to the fight.

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