Italian translation of 'bother'
it is a bother to have to go
è una seccatura dover andare(it's) no bother, I'll see to it
non c'è problema, ci penso iothe children were no bother at all
i bambini non hanno dato nessun fastidioit wasn't any bother (don't mention it)
s'immagini!he had a spot of bother with the police
ha avuto delle noie con la polizia
to bother doing or to do sth
dar fastidio a
darsi la pena di fare qcwhat's bothering you?
cosa c'è che ti preoccupa?I'm sorry to bother you
scusa se ti disturboI'm sorry to bother you with my problems
mi spiace importunarti con i miei problemidoes the noise bother you?
ti dà fastidio il rumore?don't bother me!
lasciami in pace!I can't be bothered going out or to go out
proprio non mi va di uscirehis leg bothers him
gli fa un po' male la gambahe didn't even bother to write
non si è nemmeno sprecato a scrivere due righeI'm not bothered
per me fa lo stesso
to bother (about)
preoccuparsi (di or per)please don't bother
non si scomodi,
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Example Sentences Including 'bother'
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Not that it bothers the police too much.AT HOME WITH THE QUEEN: The Inside Story of the Royal Household (2002)
If this bothers you then again you have the power to change things.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Is she bothered by police harassment as well as surveillance?Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It does not bother me one bit.The Sun (2016)
There is no shortage of pop stars so consumed by ambition that they wouldn't let such concerns bother them for a second.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
This spoiler business bothers him a little.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
We can hardly be bothered to watch the programme now.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Why is there so much news on the radio if most people do not bother with it?Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Will anyone bother to use such a service?Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Would an arms giant really bother spying on a small group like this?Times, Sunday Times (2014)
I just block them, it doesn't bother me much.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It won't bother him if the forecast rain arrived.The Sun (2016)
Who's bothered anyway the darts are back soon!Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Is nobody bothered about noise any more?Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It certainly bothered that woman on the plane.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It's a bother and a worry.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
So does it matter that people are becoming less bothered about what people think of them?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
You haven't bothered to get in any soft drinks.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Fourteen per cent no longer bother with a wallet or purse.The Sun (2016)
In the referendum people who usually cannot be bothered decided that they could be bothered.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
People we thought were friends for life no longer bother.The Sun (2014)
The dream is telling you about something bothering your subconscious.The Sun (2013)
Then why on earth should any of us bother to buy vehicle insurance?The Sun (2017)
Those looking for a practical motor won't be bothered though.The Sun (2015)
You can lose a kidney without much bother.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Many wasted teaching time by coming to seminars totally unprepared and clearly not having bothered to do any work.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
You would be amazed how it saves the bother of buying fresh carpets each day.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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'bother' in Other Languages
British English: bother /ˈbɒðə/ VERB
If you do not bother to do something or if you do not botherwith it, you do not do it, consider it, or use it because you think it is unnecessary or because you are too lazy.
Lots of people don't bother to go through a marriage ceremony.
- American English: bother
- 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
- European Portuguese: incomodar
- Romanian: a se deranja
- Russian: беспокоить
- Spanish: molestar
- Swedish: besvära
- Thai: ทำให้ยุ่งยาก
- Turkish: zahmet etmek
- Ukrainian: турбувати(ся)
- Vietnamese: quấy rầy
British English: bother NOUN
Bother means trouble or difficulty. You can also use bother to refer to an activity which causes this, especially when you would prefer not to do it or get involved with it.
I usually buy sliced bread–it's less bother.
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Translation of bother from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary