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izakoza
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English Meaning(s) for いざこざ

noun
  1. trouble; quarrel; difficulties; complication; tangle

Definition and Synonyms for いざこざ

Trouble an effort that is inconvenient
Synonyms: いざこざ, うるさい, ごたごた, トラブル, 不都合, 厄介, 厄介事, 困り者, 困難, 妨害, 御苦労, 悶着, 手数, 手数, お手数, 揉め事, 支障, 故障, 波乱, 災い, 災害, 煩い, 煩う, 煩労, 煩雑, , 紛争, 紛擾, 迷惑, ご迷惑, 障害, 面倒, 風波
Complicatedness puzzling complexity
Synonyms: いざこざ, 交錯, 併発, 紛糾, 複雑, 複雑化
Squabble a quarrel about petty points
Synonyms: いざこざ, 争い, 争う, 争議, 口論, 喧嘩, 悶着, 抗う, 確執, 言い合い, 言い合う, 諍い, 諍う
Bother an angry disturbance
Synonyms: いざこざ, ごたごた, トラブル, つづらふじ, 悶着, 揉む, 揉め, 揉める, 揉め事, 波乱, 紛争, 紛擾, 葛藤, 風波, 騒ぎ, 騒ぐ, 騒動
Ramification a development that complicates a situation
Synonyms: いざこざ, 交錯, 併発, 紛糾
Complication a situation or condition that is complex or confused
Synonyms: いざこざ, トラブル, つづらふじ, , 煩雑, 紛糾, 縺れ, 縺れる, 葛藤, 複雑, 錯綜, 錯雑

Categories いざこざ is a member of

Effort use of physical or mental energy
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Complexity the quality of being intricate and compounded
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Run-In an angry dispute
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Perturbation activity that is a malfunction, intrusion, or interruption
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Situation the general state of things
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Development a recent event that has some relevance for the present situation
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Stroke Order Diagrams for いざこざ

Sample Sentences for いざこざ

I was in trouble with the police last night.
Happily, she was not involved in the troubles.
Take, for instance, your family problems.

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