• Bother this computer!
  • この腹の立つコンピュータめ
  • Don't bother me with such trifles.
  • そんなささいなことでわずらわさないでくれ
  • Don't bother.
  • (申し出に対して)結構です
  • I can't be bothered now.
  • (何かを頼まれて)今いそがしい
  • I can't bother with such trivial problems.
  • そんなささいな問題にかかわっていられない
  • I'm sorry to bother you, but ....
  • ごめんどうですが…,おじゃましますが…
  • It bothers me that ....
  • …なので困っている
  • Oh, bother it!
  • ああうるさい;ちぇっ,いまいましい
  • What a bother!
  • ちぇっ,しまった
  • worth the bother
  • わざわざするだけの値打ちがある
  • “Thanks for your help.” “It was no bother at all.”
  • 「手伝ってくれてありがとう」「なんでもありません」
  • A study in Australia found that Cattle Egrets reduced the number of flies that bothered cattle by pecking them directly off the skin.
  • Wikipedia: Cattle Egret
  • According to Suetonius, Domitian wholly feigned his interest in arts and literature, and never bothered to acquaint himself with classic authors.
  • Wikipedia: Domitian
  • Although Ibn Haukal reports Sviatoslav's sack of Samandar in modern-day Dagestan, the Rus' leader did not bother to occupy the Khazar heartlands north of the Caucasus Mountains permanently.
  • Wikipedia: Sviatoslav I of Kiev
  • Boils on his feet bothered him during the start of the 1932 season, and he did not play his first game until May 29.
  • Wikipedia: Rogers Hornsby
  • Certain shots of E.T. had bothered Spielberg since 1982, as he did not have enough time to perfect the animatronics.
  • Wikipedia: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
  • Choe also bothered to list items such as the generous provisions provided by regional commanders, which included in one instance a plate of pork, two ducks, four chickens, two fish, one beaker of wine, one plate of rice, one plate of walnuts, one plate of vegetables, one plate of bamboo shoots, one plate of wheat noodles, one plate of jujube fruit, and one plate of bean curd.
  • Wikipedia: Choe Bu
  • Gestapo officers attached to the SS unit shot Papen's secretary Herbert von Bose without bothering to arrest him first.
  • Wikipedia: Night of the Long Knives
  • Hallie Erminie Rives, a best-selling American author and wife of an American diplomat, described how 10-year-old Anastasia ate chocolates without bothering to remove her long, white opera gloves at the St.
  • Wikipedia: Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia