Hindi translation of bother
botherPowered by COBUILD /ˈbɒðə ˈबॉद़्अ/
Word forms: bothers, bothering, bothered
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If you do not bother to do something or if you do not bother with it, you do not do it, consider it, or use it because you think it is unnecessary or because you are too lazy.जहमत उठाना/कष्ट करना ⇒ Lots of people don't bother to go through a marriage ceremony. ⇒ The papers didn't even bother reporting it. ⇒ He does not bother with a helmet.
If you say that you can't be bothered to do something, you mean that you are not going to do it because you think it is unnecessary or because you are too lazy.जहमत नहीं उठानाकी तकलीफ़ नहीं करना ⇒ I just can't be bothered to clean the house.
3. uncountable noun
Bother is trouble, fuss, or difficulty.परेशानी nf ⇒ I usually buy sliced bread — it's less bother. ⇒ It's never a bother, talking to you.
4. transitive or intransitive verb
If something bothers you it worries, annoys, or upsets you.परेशान करना/परेशान होना ⇒ It bothered me when I heard that. ⇒ Never bother about other people's opinions.
Derived formsbothered adjective after link verbपरेशान ⇒ I was bothered about the cut on my hand.
5. transitive verb
If you bother someone, you talk to them or interrupt them when they are busy.तंग करना ⇒ I concentrate, talk to nobody, and nobody bothers me.
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Example Sentences Including 'bother'
Sometimes I wonder why we bother opening up in the middle of the day.DEAD BEAT (2002)
I'll say something for the Africans... it doesn't bother them.A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
I dump my bag on the bedroom floor but don't bother to unpack.CHAMELEON (2002)
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'bother' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُقْلَقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: incomodar
- Chinese: 打扰
- Croatian: zamarati se
- Czech: obtěžovat (se)
- Danish: gøre sig den ulejlighed
- Dutch: de moeite nemen
- European Spanish: molestarse importunar
- Finnish: vaivata
- French: se tracasser
- German: kümmern (sich)
- Greek: ασχολούμαι
- Italian: infastidire
- Japanese: 悩ます
- Korean: 괴롭히다
- Norwegian: bry
- Polish: przejmować się
- Portuguese: incomodar
- Romanian: a se deranja
- Russian: беспокоить
- Spanish: molestar
- Swedish: besvära
- Thai: ทำให้ยุ่งยาก
- Turkish: zahmet etmek
- Ukrainian: турбувати(ся)
- Vietnamese: quấy rầy
Translation of bother from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary