teething troubles


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teething troubles

pl n
the difficulties or problems that arise during the initial stages of a project, enterprise, etc
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essuyer les plâtres

teething troubles

npl (fig) → difficoltà fpl iniziali
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With so many new faces in the side, it is to be hoped that it is just teething troubles. If they can keep winning when playing poorly now, they have plenty of upside should they hit top gear.
Yes, there were some teething troubles and setbacks in the beginning, but the Edinburgh public demonstrated its approval of the new venture by snapping up tickets and taking to the ice in their droves.
We have had 10 general elections since our independence more than 70 years back, but democracy in the country still suffers from teething troubles, let alone beginning to gain ground.
After speaking with Manchesterbound commuters about what she called "teething troubles" Mrs Walker said: "Some trains had been cancelled completely and many were running late.
QUIBBLES: Minor teething troubles with my room keys not working twice and only decaf coffee in the room.
And the officials have been able to tackle teething troubles at the new airport in record time.
But how come there are teething troubles in England when it's already in use across the world.
India`s expected improvement on its 6.3 percent growth in July-September comes as its manufacturing and services sector have been overcoming teething troubles rooted in the bumpy launch of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in July.
The teething troubles continued as Juan Mata saw an effort cancelled out for the narrowest of offsides - with some strangely skewed lines superimposed on the screen - but Lukaku goals early in each half ensured United progressed with a 2-0 fifthround victory.
Within minutes, Singh had reached us and apologised for the teething troubles he and his staff were facing in the new venture.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Nov 28 (ANI): Trade and industry may have faced teething troubles from the Goods and Services Tax (GST) but the entire business landscape of FMCG (fast moving consumer goods), retail and logistics is going to be transforming into modern and efficient model with introduction of uniform tax regime, says a joint study by ASSOCHAM-MRSS India.
The baler had a few teething troubles but eventually we had around 500 small bales of beautifully soft meadow hay.