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Meaning of 滋事

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shì
to cause trouble; to provoke a dispute
Example Sentences
1
How were these known trouble-makers able to so easily penetrate the inner sanctum of English Government?
2
One or two nights she phoned and I had to bail her out of jail for drunkenness and fighting.
3
They don't aggressively seek trouble, but it is not unusual that they would defend themselves, their flag and their cargo.
4
When the locals decide that subjugation is a death sentence and that freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose, they can make enough mischief to drive the colonials out.
5
使使
Even if booze doesn't send you out looking for a fight, it often lowers the threshold of anger, meaning that small annoyances that you would normally brush off might make you want to fight.