bother

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concern yourself

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  • concern yourself
  • take the time
  • make the effort
  • go to the trouble
  • trouble yourself
  • burden yourself
  • inconvenience yourself

pester

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If you intend going to the World Cup final later in the year and expect to pay at the turnstile, then don't bother going
It bothers me, maybe it's because I come from a country where I lived under apartheid but this is a form of apartheid and I don't want to be a part of that.
He told Belval, "You know, Peter, I really do enjoy passing the water pitchers, but it really bothers me that when I finish collecting all the old water, I just pour it down the drain.
I hope the whole cynical hoax bothers your consciences as much as it does mine.
Among those who say the commercials seem louder, the change is something that bothers them.
Playing on Thursday doesn't really bother me,'' Lancaster coach John Gallen said, ``but being told we have to (play on Thursday) does bother me, and having to play at 5 really bothers me.
The new study reveals that, overall, downtime bothers nearly 80 percent of those surveyed, with almost 20 percent of the sample admitting that they get angry when experiencing downtime.
What bothers you is when you've led or run in the top three all day and you get in a situation where you have to come in with two or three laps to go and take fuel.
Women's bouts are becoming more standard, and it bothers me.
Despite my little incident - I put that behind me - the thing that bothers me the most is the tight losses.
It bothers me, and I think it bothers the other guys, too, because our job is to put pressure on the quarterback and get sacks,'' he said.
He's a pretty tough guy, and it just sort of gradually crept up to a point where it bothers him, that he doesn't feel he can play effectively.