English to Czech Meaning of bother - obtěžovat

Bother :

nepříjemnost, obtěžovat, provokace, zármutek, povyk

obtěžovat, míchat se, otravovat, znelíbit se, třít, rozčilovat se, vtipálek, ohař, dráždit, provokovat, problémy, trvat problémy, práce, trpět, rámus, uvést do rozpaků, hlodat, znepokojovat, Dávej pozor

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Definitions of bother in English
Noun(1) an angry disturbance(2) something or someone that causes trouble; a source of unhappiness
Verb(1) take the trouble to do something; concern oneself(2) cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations(3) to cause inconvenience or discomfort to(4) intrude or enter uninvited(5) make nervous or agitated(6) make confused or perplexed or puzzled
Examples of bother in English
(1) I'm really sorry to bother you with this, Katrina.(2) This comment, though it might've been different under other circumstances, did not bother me at all.(3) We paid a brief visit to Highland Park, but didn't bother with the distillery tour (when you've seen one, you've seen them all).(4) Sorry to bother you with such a rudimentary question.(5) Apparently, no one cared enough about this old house to even bother with locking the door.(6) It was a rather rough-looking chap who said, ÔÇÿSorry to bother you but we're in the area and we're selling fresh fishÔÇÖ.(7) it's no bother , it's on my way home(8) Don't bother with the scenic railway, grumped the driver who picked us up from the Megalong Valley once we'd landed.(9) Point-and-shoot cameras are ideal for this kind of photography, because they let you react quickly with little fuss or bother .(10) I hope she hasn't been a bother(11) The black marks were a bother .(12) I'm sorry to bother you so late, but I am wondering if I can talk to you, privately?(13) Let somebody else bother about developing young players.(14) A woman who turned 104 last Thursday had just one wish for her birthday - she didn't want any fuss or bother .(15) he saved me the bother of having to come up with a speech(16) A year earlier the players had presented a programme of works by Bach, Vivaldi, and Mozart without any fuss or bother .
Related Phrases of bother
(1) bother about ::
(2) bother with ::
(3) it doesn't bother me ::
je mi to jedno
(4) not to bother ::
1. trouble ::
2. nuisance ::
3. annoyance ::
4. fuss ::
5. disturb ::
6. mind ::
7. worry ::
trápit se
8. irritate ::
9. trouble oneself ::
problém sám
1. calm ::
2. compose ::
3. quiet ::
4. settle ::
5. soothe ::
Different Forms
bother, botheration, bothered, bothering, bothers, bothersome
Word Example from TV Shows
Thanks. The e-mail doesn't bother me...

Thanks. The e-mail doesn't BOTHER me...

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 13

or don't bother writing one.

or don't BOTHER writing one.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 13

You are never a bother, Professor.

You are never a BOTHER, Professor.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 4

No, you know what? This is stupid.
It doesn't bother me.

No, you know what? This is stupid. It doesn't BOTHER me.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 3

Honestly, I didn't think
your job would bother me,

Honestly, I didn't think your job would BOTHER me,

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 8

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