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8 thoughts on “ Bother ”

  1. Why bother being Hollywood if you end up with such an identity crisis? bother about • U.S. officials no longer bother about diplomatic politeness. bother bother 2 noun 1 [uncountable] especially British English PROBLEM trouble or difficulty that has been caused by small problems and that usually only continues for a short time SYN trouble It.
  2. The word bother has many shades of meaning, but most of them involve trouble of some sort. You might wonder why you should bother to follow a recipe, until you taste what you've made without one.
  3. the bother (of (doing) [sth]) n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (effort) (sforzo) la pena (di) nf sostantivo femminile: Identifica un essere, un oggetto o un concetto che assume genere femminile: scrittrice, aquila, lampada, moneta, felicità.
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  5. Synonyms & Antonyms of bother (Entry 1 of 2) 1 to thrust oneself upon (another) without invitation I am never going to get this work done if people don't stop wandering into the room and bothering me.
  6. You don't need to bother I don't need to be I'll keep slipping farther But once I hold on I won't let go 'til it bleeds. Wish I'd died instead of lived A zombie hides my face Shell forgotten with it's memories. Diaries left with cryptic entries and you don't need to bother I don't need to be.
  7. Bother, annoy, plague, tease imply persistent interference with one's comfort or peace of mind. Bother suggests causing trouble or weariness or repeatedly interrupting in the midst of pressing duties. To annoy is to vex or irritate by bothering.
  8. bother with (someone or something) 1. To expend one's energy addressing a particular person or issue. Often used in the negative to convey the opposite.

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