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"bother" Meaning in English

1. something or someone that causes trouble
Part of speech : noun
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2. an angry disturbance
Part of speech : noun
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3. to cause annoyance in
Part of speech : verb
Example : They bothered me with inane questions.
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4. to take the trouble to do something
Part of speech : verb
Example : They didn't bother to clean up after themselves.
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5. to cause inconvenience or discomfort to
Part of speech : verb
Example : They bothered me with their annoying questions.
6. to make confused, perplexed, or puzzled
Part of speech : verb
Example : The riddle bothers them.
7. to make nervous or agitated
Part of speech : verb
Example : The mere thought of you bothered them and made their heart beat faster.
8. to intrude or enter uninvited
Part of speech : verb
Example : Don't bother the professor with your personal problems.

Translation for "bother"

bother meaning in Spanish : molestia
  • bother meaning in German : Mühe
  • bother meaning in Japanese : 気にする
  • bother meaning in Turkish : zahmet
  • bother meaning in Chinese : 烦
  • bother meaning in Arabic : يزعج
  • bother meaning in Polish : niepokoić
  • bother meaning in Hindi : नाक में दम करना
  • bother meaning in French : déranger
  • bother meaning in Russian : беспокоить
  • bother meaning in Tamil : தொந்தரவு
  • bother meaning in Telugu : ఇబ్బంది
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