An angry disturbance:
— A spot of bother.
Polish: urwanie głowy
Something or someone that causes trouble; a source of unhappiness:
— A bit of a bother.
Dutch: hinder, last, overlast
Take the trouble to do something; concern oneself:
— Don't bother, please.
Dutch: moeite doen
Cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations:
— Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me.
Roget 704: be difficult etc. adj.; run one hard, go against the grain, try one's patience, put one out; put to one's shifts, put to one's wit's end; go hard with one, try one; pose, perplex etc. ... show more
Dutch: storen, ergeren, donderen, donderjagen, donderstenen, donderstralen, du(i)veljagen, duvelen, duveljagen, etteren ... show more
To cause inconvenience or discomfort to.
Roget 475: be uncertain etc. adj.; wonder whether. lose the clue, lose the clew, scent; miss one's way. not know what to make of etc. (unintelligibility) 519, not know which way to turn, not know whether one stands on one s head or one's not know whether one stands on one s head or one's heels; ... show more
Intrude or enter uninvited.
Make nervous or agitated.
Make confused or perplexed or puzzled.
Moby thesaurus: abash, abrade, abuse a privilege, addle, addle the wits, ado, afflict, aggravate, aggravation, agitate, agitation, ail, annoy, annoyance, anxiety, awkwardness, bad news, badger, baffle, bafflement ... show more.
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