cause trouble (1)
This page is about the collocation cause trouble (1)
collocation pattern: verb + noun
to create problems or difficulties for somebody or something
- The floods are causing trouble all over the country, especially for farmers.
- Do you realize the sort of trouble this information could cause if it ever got out?
Related collocations include "cause problems" and "cause damage"
Reporters want their work on corruption to cause trouble for
Contributor: Matt Errey