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store up trouble/problems etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstore up trouble/problems etcstore up trouble/problems etcPROBLEMto behave in a way that will cause trouble for you later Smokers may be storing up disease for their unborn children. store
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store up trouble/problems etcMahmud may have bought time for himself, but he stored up trouble for his successors.
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