[ UK /ɹˈuːbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈɹubəɫ/ ]
  1. the basic unit of money in Russia
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How To Use rouble In A Sentence

  • A few weeks before the vote on November 7, the buzz goes, Cheney will announce his resignation, ostensibly because of signs of new trouble with his ticker.
  • “‘Now, gentlemen, standing up here before you, I feel a good deal like Pat, and maybe after I’ve spieled along for a while, I may feel so darn small that I’ll be able to crawl into a Pullman hammock with no trouble at all, at all! Chapter 14
  • She would have taken a great deal of trouble that her daughters might not be a flounce behind the fashions, and was so far-seeing in her motherly anxieties, that she junketed herself and Major Buller to many an entertainment, where they were bored for their pains, that the extensive acquaintance might ensure to the girls partners, both for balls and for life when they came to require them. Six to Sixteen: A Story for Girls
  • the flight was delayed due to trouble with the airplane
  • His rapid rise through the ranks after an eye-catching performance in the April trials was a rare highlight in a troubled season.
  • The trouble is getting tense often just makes matters worse. The Sun
  • Early screenings suggested as much, or suggested trouble at least, as preview audiences found the film too dark and violent, all in all too un-Leo.
  • A troubleshooter is being appointed to make the prison service more efficient.
  • Swelling and bloating are often less troublesome if you avoid adding extra salt to food and steer clear of smoked meats and ready-cooked meals. The Sun
  • Furious staff have lashed out at company bosses for not informing workers that the plant was in trouble before it became public knowledge.
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