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It will be an awful lot of bother going by bus.
I didn't want the bother of carrying a camera around.
I'll get a taxi and save you the bother of taking me.
I hope George wasn't too much of a bother.
Let me pick up the children from school, it's no bother.
She'll get another job, no bother.
This is the British English definition of bother. View American English definition of bother.
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