Definition of 'hassle'
Example sentences containing 'hassle'
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It would just be too much hassle. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's simply not worth the hassle now that most householders protect their homes so assiduously. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's just not worth the hassle. The Sun (2016)For some, the step up from deputy or assistant head is not worth the hassle. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That's if she wants the hassle. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The hassle and cost will be unimaginable. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Selling online saves money and saves hassle. The Sun (2014)You avoid all the hassle of dealing with a pool of suppliers of varying size. SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets (2004)There are no airports and no hassle. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is not as much hassle as you might imagine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They say it takes away the hassle of finding a parking space. The Sun (2013)Thus we would have the facility we wanted without the hassle of months of construction. Christianity Today (2000)They do not need the hassle from fans and media. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Is the experience worth all the hassle and expense? Times, Sunday Times (2010)You may feel that it is not worth all the hassle. Good Habits, Bad Habits (1994)So was it worth the extra cost and hassle? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Booking hire cars in advance will save money and hassle. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Some schools are using it as an excuse to avoid the hassle of organising trips and activities. The Sun (2010)It depends on how vengeful you feel and how much hassle you are ready for. The Sun (2015)Many websites want to take the hassle out of your life. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They know people suffering from the shock of bereavement will not want the hassle of shopping around. The Sun (2016)The savings are worth the extra hassle of dealing with two companies. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This will cause me some hassle. Coping with Angina (1990)More importantly, there is no hassle real strain. The Sun (2016)The idea is to save people the hassle of trawling Europe for the best contemporary design. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But she doesn't hassle people and is harmless. The Sun (2009)The other cruising bonus is you don't have to endure the airport hassle. The Sun (2010)We all need to hassle our MPs to do something about it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This has caused serious hassle, stress and uncertainty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I found things such as personnel problems and admin tiresome and dealing with banks and trying to get funding was a real hassle. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'hassle'
British English: hassle NOUN
A hassle is a situation that is difficult and involves problems, effort, or arguments with people.
I don't think it's worth the money or the hassle.
British English: hassle VERB
If someone hassles you, they cause problems for you, often by repeatedly telling you or asking you to do something, in an annoying way.
Then my husband started hassling me.
Definition of hassle from the Collins English Dictionary
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