Bother - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- intrude or enter uninvited
He's so easygoing. Nothing seems to bother him.
Something he said at the meeting has been bothering me.
The entire car trip was filled with complaints like, “Mom, David keeps bothering me!” and “Will you tell him to quit bothering me?”.
Mother used to cook elaborate dinners, but with only herself to cook for, she doesn't bother anymore.
“Should I call later?” “No, don't bother.”
I'm not going to bother with the details.
Replacing the windows could be more of a bother than it's worth.
I know what a bother driving into the city can be this time of day.
“Sorry to bother you.” “That's okay, it's no bother at all.”
I considered replacing that part of the floor but decided it wasn't worth the bother.
He doesn't want the bother of filling out all those forms again.
Will you mail this for me? It will save me the bother of going to the post office.
We had a little bother with him at first.
Don't let him bother us with his nonsense.
Don't bother about the letters, they're not urgent.
present participle: bothering
past tense: bothered
past participle: bothered
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