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bother

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈbɒðər/
trouble or problems
sorun, dert, tasa, problem
"Are you sure you don't mind taking me?" "No, it's no bother, really!"Inconvenience
Translations of “bother”
in Arabic انْزِعاج…
in Korean 성가신 일…
in Malaysian gangguan…
in French ennui…
in Italian seccatura, noia, fastidio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 盡力, 麻煩,煩惱, 問題…
in Russian проблема…
in Polish kłopot…
in Vietnamese điều bực mình…
in Spanish molestia, incomodidad…
in Portuguese preocupação, incômodo, amolação…
in Thai ตัวปัญหา…
in German die Plage…
in Catalan molèstia…
in Japanese 面倒, 厄介…
in Indonesian gangguan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 尽力, 麻烦,烦恼, 问题…
(Definition of bother noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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