The word “trouble” is among the most common words used in the English language.
The dictionary lists three examples of words commonly used in American English, as follows: “The way it is,” “to be,” and “is the way it should be.”
The dictionary defines “trousers” as “a loose-fitting, loose-fitted shirt or shirt.”
It defines “dinner” as a “satisfying meal that is eaten together, rather than separately.”
The dictionary also includes “foolish” as one of the words that it considers “common.”
The word has been used as a noun in American and British English, but is also sometimes used in reference to someone who is “a fool” or who has “the misfortune to be” an American.
“It’s just a funny word, and it’s been around for a while,” says Christopher L. Loughlin, an associate professor of linguistics at Georgia State University.
“We all say it.
And I think it’s a pretty harmless thing to say.”
What are the most frequently used words?