Translation for 'bother' from English to Greek
NOUN   a bother | bothers
VERB   to bother | bothered | bothered
bothering | bothers
SYNO annoyance | bother | botheration | ...
to botherενοχλώ
Don't bother!μην ασχολείσαι
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Translation for 'bother' from English to Greek

to bother

Don't bother!
μην ασχολείσαι
Usage Examples English
  • The "father–bother" merger is unrounded "lot" taken a step further.
  • John replied with various rebuffs including 'don't bother, don't bother'.
  • For the following seven years, he did not record as a leader: "The record companies didn't bother me and I didn't bother them", he later commented.
  • Google Maps did not bother to document the village, despite its size and infrastructure.
  • "Mr. T's Moral Lesson": Not letting a problem bother us, but figuring out what the problem actually is.

  • It is perfectly common in educated speech in many parts of the world to distinguish between "no quería molestarlo" "I did not mean to bother him" and "no quería molestarle" "I did not mean to bother you".
  • Every month Stop1984 published a magazine in German that could be downloaded, "Lasst mich in Ruhe" (Don't bother me).
  • Some publications may not bother with this distinction and will choose just one set or the other to represent these consonants.
  • This included a study on demonology and the methods demons used to bother troubled men. The book endorses the practice of witch hunting.
  • To indicate to someone, not to bother doing a certain action, the negative infix ~мы~ (~mə~) and the suffix ~жьы (~ʑə) are added.

  • He discovered that when combining this with both nia1nia2 and nitric oxide associated leaves the cold doesn't bother the plants as much, but it does bother its seedings.
  • Google Maps did not bother to videograph Howe.
  • President: The nuclear bomb, does that bother you?...I just want you to think big, Henry, for Christsakes.
  • Charlie tracks down The Waitress, giving her a ticket and telling her that he will never bother her again if she attends.
  • Shoo fly, don't bother me.

  • In the United States and elsewhere, safe deposit boxes are considered a "legacy service"; many new bank branches do not bother to install any.
  • Alvermann, D. E. (2008). Commentary: Why bother theorizing adolescents' online literacies for classroom practice and research? "Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 52", 8-19.
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