słownik rumuńsko - angielski

limba română - English

deranja po angielsku:

1. bother bother


Don't bother.
Don't bother waking me up at 4:00 a.m. I don't plan to go fishing tomorrow.
The politician did not bother to apologize for betraying our trust.
When I was a kid, touching bugs didn't bother me a bit. Now I can hardly stand looking at pictures of them.
I will play Sudoku then instead of continuing to bother you.
Children often bother their parents.
In the end, it was just too much bother so I went home by taxi.
The very pure spirit does not bother about the regard of others or human respect, but communes inwardly with God, alone and in solitude as to all forms, and with delightful tranquility, for the knowledge of God is received in divine silence.
It's only when I can't sleep at night that the ticking of the clock becomes loud enough to bother me.
I'm going to see your father today, about career counselling. "You don't need to bother with that."
I know no freer country than my own, for never do I bother leaving home.
It was to say that going to the station was too much of a bother after all so I should come to the hotel she's staying at. Good grief, what a selfish woman!
Are you still letting last night's fight bother you? That's so naive.
Money is a big bother: you can live neither with it nor without it.
It must bother you to have taken a bad master. "I'm stupid too. So, it's all right."