Definition Of bother
(of a circumstance or event) worry, disturb, or upset (someone).
secrecy is an issue that bothers journalists
effort, worry, or difficulty.
he saved me the bother of having to come up with a speech
take the trouble to do something.
nobody bothered locking the doors
Example Of bother
A third goal at that stage would have saved Rangers a lot of bother .
A woman who turned 104 last Thursday had just one wish for her birthday - she didn't want any fuss or bother .
Although Kenneth's absence did bother him, the circumstances of his father's death were his main concern.
And Grace never wanted to bother anybody, never wanted to inconvenience people.
Apart from that, the economy can deliver, without much bother , fuss or promotion.