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bother definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To disturb or fury, especially by small irritations; annoy. See Synonyms at annoy.
    • To make agitated or nervous; fluster.
    • to create puzzled or perplexed; puzzle.
    • To intrude in without invite or warrant; disturb.
    • to provide difficulty to: a back condition that bothers the girl constantly.
    • To annoy; to trouble; to fret; to perplex. See pother.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To make the trouble; concern oneself.
    • resulting in trouble.
    • To feel care or anxiety; to help make or take difficulty; is troublesome.
  • noun:
    • a reason or condition of disturbance.
    • Fuss, ado.
    • Trouble, trouble.
    • one that, or whatever, bothers; state of perplexity or irritation; shame; worry; disruption; petty difficulty.
    • Blarney; humbug; palaver.
    • difficulty; vexation; plague: since, what a bother it really is!
    • an angry disruption
    • something or somebody that causes difficulty; a source of unhappiness
  • interjection:
    • familiar with express annoyance or moderate irritation.
    • A mild phrase of irritation.
  • verb:
    • To annoy, to interrupt, to irritate.
    • to accomplish some thing at your very own inconvenience.
    • to accomplish something is of minimal trouble.
    • make nervous or agitated
    • resulting in inconvenience or vexation to
    • make puzzled or perplexed or confused
    • take the trouble to do anything; issue yourself
    • intrude or enter uninvited
    • cause irritation in; disrupt, particularly by small problems
  • others:
    • To bewilder; confuse.
    • to provide difficulty to; annoy; pester; worry.
    • [utilized in the imperative as a manifestation of impatience, or as a mild kind of execration.
    • Synonyms Pester, Worry, etc. See tease, v. t.
    • To trouble a person's self; make numerous words or much ado: because, never worry about that.
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