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LEOs Zusatzinformationen: to bother doing sth. - sich die Mühe machen, etw. zu tun


to bother doing sth.


Definition (British English)

bother, do
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

bother, do
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

bother, do
Merriam Webster


bother, do
Online Etymology Dictionary

sich die Mühe machen, etw. zu tun



sich, Mühe, machen, zu, tun

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bother to do oder bother doing..?Last post 04 Nov 18, 11:49
Überschrift im Daily Telegraph:After Suzy Lamplugh, should the police bother solving crimes …5 Replies
sich die Mühe sparen etw. zu tun - to save oneself the bother of doing sth.Last post 02 Feb 12, 11:27
Ich habe mir in der Eile die Mühe gespart die Bedeutung des Worts im Lexikon nachzuschlagen. -1 Replies
to try doing sth. - versuchen, etw. zu tunLast post 20 Jan 05, 16:25
to try to do sth. heisst versuchen, etwas zu tun. In der Schule haben wir gelernt, dass to t…2 Replies
bother doing soLast post 16 May 11, 16:07
"I would like to know whether it would make sense to apply again or whether I should not bot…6 Replies
do vs. doingLast post 09 Feb 10, 14:48
Mal wieder die leidige Frage nach der Zeit ... Es geht um den Werbeslogan eines Kunden. Die…1 Replies
Tun&machenLast post 08 Apr 04, 12:15
I realise that this question may be difficult to answer but I would welcome any comments, I…13 Replies
to like to do sth. - etw. gerne tunLast post 01 Dec 09, 00:24 " I like to go to the dentist every six m…8 Replies
problem doing - to do - of doingLast post 24 Feb 14, 15:25
Sorry, das wurde sicher schon oft gefragt, aber die problem pages lassen sich nicht durchblä…2 Replies
of doing - to doLast post 28 Sep 05, 10:09
In very many cases the use of these two forms seems to overlap: "a better way to do..." or "…1 Replies
to do/for doing??Last post 04 Feb 09, 02:29
I always get confused with "um ... zu" Do I have to use "for +gerund" or "to +infinitive", …6 Replies

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