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to bother so.

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bother
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bother
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bother
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bother
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agonize - erduldenLast post 26 Mar 15, 13:38
https://dict.leo.org/forum/viewUnsolvedquery.php?idThread=1288071&idForum=1&lp=ende&lang4 Replies
sich quälenLast post 18 Sep 09, 22:32
Kummer haben und ihn nicht überwinden können. Den Kummer nicht rauslassen können und ihn für…5 Replies
sth. bother sb.Last post 02 Oct 09, 20:33
Wenn ich jemanden frage "Would it bother you if I did this and that" und derjenige antwortet…2 Replies
pester vs. botherLast post 30 Aug 11, 13:08
Huhu zusammen Gerade hat mir ein Kollege aus UK geschrieben "i will pester him again after …7 Replies
Tantalize/Tantalise - quälen, peinigen, auf die Folter spannenLast post 20 Jan 09, 10:31
Merriam-Webster's Online : to tease or torment by or as if by presenting something desirable…3 Replies
bother to do s.th. 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
botherLast post 08 Nov 07, 17:31
Many great writers don't even bother to try to write children's books. 'Mühe ausgeben' viel…5 Replies
botherLast post 16 Jul 07, 20:23
(U are importent for me). If u were not then i would not be bothered. Es geht um den zweit…4 Replies
botherLast post 01 May 07, 15:15
"I dont know why they bother building houses on their own unless they're bigger." from the …7 Replies
Bother...!Last post 21 Jan 07, 15:43
"Bother those trucks and their tricks!" he said. Quelle: Thomas [the tank engine], My Thoma…2 Replies
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