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  1. bother

    • IPA[ˈbɒðə]

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    • v.
      take the trouble to do something;(of a circumstance or event) worry, disturb, or upset (someone)
    • n.
      effort, trouble, or difficulty;a person or thing that causes annoyance or difficulty
    • excl
      used to express mild irritation or impatience
    • verb: bother, 3rd person present: bothers, gerund or present participle: bothering, past tense: bothered, past participle: bothered

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    • 1. British used to express mild irritation or impatience Bother!’ she muttered
    • adj.
      concerned about something: he was trying to play it cool and not look bothered I'm not particularly bothered about how I look

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      concerned about something: he was trying to play it cool and not look bothered I'm not particularly bothered about how I look

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      avoid involving someone in useless or pointless effort

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      avoid involving someone in useless or pointless effort

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      in a state of anxiety or physical discomfort, especially as a result of being pressured

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      in a state of anxiety or physical discomfort

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      be unwilling to make the effort needed to do something

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      be unwilling to make the effort needed to do something

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈbäT͟Hər]

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    • v.
      take the trouble to do something: scientists rarely bother with such niceties the driver didn't bother to ask why
    • n.
      effort, worry, or difficulty: he saved me the bother of having to come up with a speech it may seem like too much bother to cook just for yourself

    Oxford American Dictionary