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Don't bother me!


Definition (British English)

bother, me
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

Don't, bother, me
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

Don't, bother, me
Merriam Webster


bother, me
Online Etymology Dictionary

Lass mich in Frieden!



mich, in, Frieden

Forum discussions containing the search term

You don't bother me.Last post 14 Jun 09, 15:21
Das heißt doch soviel wie " du belästigts mich nicht" oder? Gruß Habe diese Person gefrag…3 Replies
Laß mich in Ruhe!Last post 20 Jul 07, 13:43
Es gibt auf Wienerisch so gemütliche Redensarten, mit denen man jemandem bedeutet, er möge e…24 Replies
Im Frieden versus In FriedenLast post 03 Apr 12, 19:54
What's the difference? When do you say one and not the other? 6 Replies
lemme - lass michLast post 18 Dec 07, 13:39
"lemme know what yar doin tonite, so .. well .. i dunno, we could prolly catch up or somethi…26 Replies
bother meLast post 26 Mar 08, 17:29
that is why they bother me. wie lautet hier die genaue übersetzung ins deutsche? danke im v…3 Replies
Let me sign - lass mich zeichen setzenLast post 10 Oct 09, 03:54
"She spoke with a voice that disrupted the sky. She said 'Walk on over yeah to the bit of sh…3 Replies
don't bother pulling out your wallet! - du kannst deinen Geldbeutel stecken lassen!Last post 23 Aug 18, 08:01 Ich finde das Deutsche schon ein bisschen u…14 Replies
Don't even bother trying.Last post 17 May 10, 18:09
Kann mir bitte jemand sage was das auf Deutsch heißt?3 Replies
Ugh, don't get me started (with that)! - Ach, lass mich damit nicht anfangen!Last post 17 Jul 07, 00:57
Usually an introductory statement to a story or reason for someone not liking something. Fo…5 Replies
bite me - leck mich am ArschLast post 02 Mar 19, 14:33
Bite me! "bite me" erscheint mir reichlich unlogisch. Eine andere Person provoziert mich bei…13 Replies

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