English version

no end of trouble/problems etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishno end of trouble/problems etcno end of trouble/problems etcspoken informalLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNT a lot of trouble etc This will cause no end of trouble. end
Examples from the Corpus
no end of trouble/problems etcThey'd caused no end of problems for the nomes.Neighbours say a new flats development in Sun Street, Darlington, has created no end of problems.My doctor's a nice young man, takes no end of trouble.
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