English version

trouble spot

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtrouble spotˈtrouble ˌspot noun [countable]  PSERIOUS SITUATIONa place where trouble often happens, especially war or violence She’s reported from many of the world’s trouble spots.
Examples from the Corpus
trouble spotThe area around 5th and Baker Streets has a history of being a trouble spot.As the verb is the first trouble spot encountered in the sentence, the substitution is made there.In the event of a threat to security, they would grab their helmets and weapons and rush to the trouble spot.
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