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bother

verb /ˈboðə/
to annoy or worry
molestar
The noise of the dogs barking bothered the old man.
to take the trouble
molestarse
Don’t bother to wrap it – I’ll take it as it is.
bothersome adjective causing bother or annoyance
fastidioso
a bothersome cough.
(Definition of bother from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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