bothersome


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both·er·some

 (bŏth′ər-səm)
adj.
Causing bother; troublesome.

bothersome

(ˈbɒðəsəm)
adj
causing bother; troublesome

both•er•some

(ˈbɒð ər səm)

adj.
causing annoyance or worry; troublesome.
[1825–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bothersome - causing irritation or annoyancebothersome - causing irritation or annoyance; "tapping an annoying rhythm on his glass with his fork"; "aircraft noise is particularly bothersome near the airport"; "found it galling to have to ask permission"; "an irritating delay"; "nettlesome paperwork"; "a pesky mosquito"; "swarms of pestering gnats"; "a plaguey newfangled safety catch"; "a teasing and persistent thought annoyed him"; "a vexatious child"; "it is vexing to have to admit you are wrong"
disagreeable - not to your liking; "a disagreeable situation"

bothersome

bothersome

adjective
Troubling the nerves or peace of mind, as by repeated vexations:
Translations
مُزعج، مُضايق، مُتعب
nepříjemnýotravný
generendeirriterende
truflandi, fyrirhafnarsamur, pirrandi
sıkıcıüzücü

bothersome

[ˈbɒðəsəm] ADJmolesto

bothersome

[ˈbɒðərsəm] adj (old-fashioned) (= troublesome) → ennuyeux/euse

bothersome

adjlästig; childunleidlich; the cooker has been rather bothersome latelymit dem Herd hatte ich etc in letzter Zeit viel Ärger

bother

(ˈboðə) verb
1. to annoy or worry. The noise bothered the old man.
2. to take the trouble. Don't bother to write – it isn't necessary.
noun
1. trouble, nuisance or worry.
2. something or someone that causes bother. What a bother all this is!
ˈbothersome adjective
causing bother or annoyance. a bothersome cough.

bothersome

a. incómodo-a, molesto-a; inoportuno-a.
References in classic literature ?
Tom, seeing that the dispute was likely to be bothersome, winked at Ned and began to speak.
The great bothersome temporary population vanished.
We'll keep them till they're ransomed to death; and a bothersome lot they'll be, too -- eating up everything, and always trying to get loose.
Here was treasure- hunting under the happiest auspices -- there would not be any bothersome uncertainty as to where to dig.
I am afraid it has been a bothersome business," he said gently.
The seats and backs are thickly padded and cushioned and are very comfortable; you can smoke if you wish; there are no bothersome peddlers; you are saved the infliction of a multitude of disagreeable fellow passengers.
Hens are bothersome enough at their best, but when they can talk they're simply dreadful.
Just because I would not listen to that bothersome Cricket, who knows how many misfortunes may be awaiting me
All operations after disk wiping execution are automatic and do not require the bothersome task of additional BIOS setup or OS booting necessary for traditional wiping.
Sixty-four percent of them had bothersome pain, and about 43 percent had pain that limited their activities.
Now a panel composed of clinicians and methodologists have made strong recommendations that physicians distinguish patients with bothersome tinnitus from patients with non-bothersome tinnitus through a comprehensive audiologic exam.
The company's refusal is considered a bothersome issue for fans of football in Kuwait and the GCC countries, Assistant Undersecretary for TV affairs at the Ministry of Information told Kuwait News Agency (KUNA).