He's always out for trouble, that one.
That's for my father.
What's going on here then?
Was that young Armand I saw you fighting with?
Over crazy red, that painter guy he used to know.
He dropped that, sir.
I'll take it in.
At ease, soldier.
at your ease
relaxed and confident and not nervous or embarrassed
I never feel completely at ease with him.
a situation that is difficult or dangerous; a situation in which you can be criticized or punished
The company ran into trouble early on, when a major order was cancelled.
A yachtsman got into trouble off the coast and had to be rescued.
If I don't get this finished in time, I'll be in trouble.
to struggle physically with sb
My little brothers are always fighting.
She'll fight like a tiger to protect her children.