get into trouble
This page is about the collocation get into trouble
collocation pattern: verb + noun
to become involved in a bad, difficult or dangerous situation
- My brother was a good boy, but I was always getting into trouble.
- One day I got my brother into trouble too, and we both got punished.
Similar collocations include "get into bother" and "get into strife"
If your girlfriend gets into trouble, you should
Contributor: Matt Errey