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A phrase used to reprimand someone who intrudes on your business while you are A)in a conversation or B)eating.
Mr. Stevenson: Tasha, can I trouble you to please gossip on your own time, and not in my class?

Tasha: Mr. Stevenson, can I trouble you to please get out of my mouth?
by Brent January 30, 2005
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