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Trouble in Paradise

What Does "Trouble in Paradise" Mean?

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"Trouble in paradise" is an English idiom. It is an expression used to describe problems or conflicts in a situation that is generally expected to be perfect or idyllic.

Examples in Sentences

Here are three examples of the idiom "trouble in paradise" used in a sentence:
  • Their relationship appeared perfect on the surface, but there was trouble in paradise as they struggled with communication issues.
  • The tropical vacation seemed like paradise, but trouble in paradise arose when their luggage got lost at the airport.
  • In the business world, there can be trouble in paradise when management and employees have differing views on company policies.
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What Is an Idiom?

An idiom is a commonly used expression whose meaning does not relate to the literal meaning of its words. In other words, if you were to translate "Trouble in Paradise" word for word, there is no guarantee the translation would help you to understand the meaning.

An idiom often includes a cultural or historical context that makes it difficult for non-native English speakers to understand. A phrase is classified as an idiom when a direct translation of the words does not reveal the meaning. Most idioms rely on shared knowledge or experiences known only to a specific community.

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