bothered

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both·er

 (bŏth′ər)
v. both·ered, both·er·ing, both·ers
v.tr.
1. To cause to be irritated, especially by repeated acts; trouble or annoy: "I spoke French badly. So I always replied to him in English. This didn't bother him" (Paul Theroux). See Synonyms at annoy.
2. To make agitated or perplexed; upset: "Jerry could see ... how much the doctor had been bothered by the failure of the first surgery" (Rick Bass).
3. To intrude on without warrant or invitation; disturb: "When I saw him slumped in a chair, deep in thought, I decided not to bother him" (Pat Toomay).
4. To give discomfort or pain to: a back condition that bothers her constantly.
5. To take the trouble (to do something); concern oneself with (accomplishing something): "Most people [with the syndrome] have such mild symptoms that they never bother to see a doctor" (Jane E. Brody).
v.intr.
To take trouble; concern oneself: "old, hard-to-reach coal seams that were too complex or dangerous for other coal companies to bother with" (Jeff Goodell).
n.
A cause or state of disturbance.
interj.
Used to express annoyance or mild irritation.

[Probably from dialectal bodder, possibly of Celtic origin.]

bothered

(ˈbɒðəd)
adj
worried or concerned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bothered - caused to show discomposure; "refused to be fazed by the objections"
discomposed - having your composure disturbed; "looked about with a wandering and discomposed air"
Translations
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bothered

[ˈbɒðəd] ADJ
1. I can't be botheredme da pereza, no tengo ganas, me da flojera (LAm)
I can't be bothered to gome da pereza ir, no tengo ganas de ir, me da flojera ir (LAm)
2. "shall we stay in or go out?" - "I'm not bothered"-¿salimos o nos quedamos? -me da igual
3. (= disconcerted) to get bothereddesconcertarse, ponerse nervioso
see also hot A1

bothered

[ˈbɒðərd] adj (= worried) → inquiet/ète
to be bothered about sth → être inquiet à propos de qch
I'm not bothered (= don't care) → ça m'est égal