Translation for 'hassle' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a hassle | hassles
VERB   to hassle | hassled | hassled
hassling | hassles
SYNO bother | dogfight | fuss | ...
hassle {noun} [Am.] [coll.] [quarrel]кавга {ж}
hassle {noun} [Am.] [coll.] [quarrel]караница {ж} [разг.]
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  • This is to save the intended person the harm and hassle of dealing with defamation.
  • UU has also developed its very own Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software which gives students an easy, hassle-free and integrated experience.
  • A handy little app which will automatically synchronize your RSMedia's time with your PC's, without the hassle of setting it via the USB or Serial Console.
  • The site aims to match make singles through their friend's descriptions of them, building an online community and taking away the hassle and stigma of writing your own dating profile.
  • Everyone positions themselves differently while “going”, and consistent astronaut feedback indicated that the traditional thigh straps were a hassle.

  • Sembawang Bus Interchange is a bus interchange located in Sembawang, Singapore. Opened on 20 November 2005, it provides hassle-free transfer to the nearby Sembawang MRT station.
  • They are often used to hassle the protagonists, or other duties such as supervise prisoners.
  • Homebuilt computers ensure the use of industry-standard parts for operating system compatibility or to upgrade the original build at a later date with little hassle.
  • The church in Elduvík was inaugurated in 1951, although the churchyard has been used since 1926 to avoid the hassle of carrying dead bodies along the old village path to Oyndarfjørður.
  • The proposed Gwalior Metro is expected to connect Gwalior West to provide hassle free connectivity to the Gwalior city.

  • Is somewhat susceptible to powdery mildew and to canker, but for those who like the intense taste, it is worth the hassle.
  • The JFX is fully crossbraced, has a long recovery arc and powerful bottom end, but is advertised to have Crossfire-like openings that are more hassle free than traditional high performance canopies.
  • October 27: San Miguel avoided playoff complications and booked the fourth semifinals seat of the Third Conference with their sixth win in 11 games on a hassle-free 138-132 victory over also-ran Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs.
  • A flyover has also been proposed from the complex to the railway station for the hassle-free movement of the commuters arriving in the buses and trains.
  • "The Washington Post" cites Temper as a way to "avoid brokerage commissions and the hassle of getting a certificate mailed," when enrolling in a DRIP.

  • Unlike other hiking badge projects, the hassle of enrolling as a 'customer' is avoided, because the stamps may be collected freely without needing to supply anyone with a telephone number or address.
  • However, in 2011 only £4,000 worth of Stroud pounds were issued. Some local businesses complained about the hassle and said customers still supported them but preferred to use sterling.
  • Note: This show is actually called "The Dream-Catchers" with a hyphen, but to change the page title would be a hassle so it's left as that.
  • It became possible to conveniently surf the internet on a 3G network on the go with minimum hassle, and do many other tasks previously a slow and difficult hassle on 2G.
  • The hassle and expense of the stamps made the certificates unpopular with the public. To make matters worse, the tiny gummed postage-style stamps (smaller than [...]) were prone to falling off.

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    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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