Borther or bother

Did you mean “bother”?

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Borther
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Bother

Bother

Verb

Definition:

Take the trouble to do something

Examples:

  1. Scientists rarely bother with such niceties
  2. The driver didn't bother to ask why

Bother

Noun

Definition:

Effort, trouble, or difficulty

Examples:

  1. He saved me the bother of having to come up with a speech
  2. It may seem like too much bother to cook just for yourself

Synonyms:

  • Trouble
  • Effort
  • Exertion
  • Strain

Bother

Interjection

Definition:

Used to express mild irritation or impatience

Examples:

  1. ‘Bother!’ she muttered

Synonyms:

  • Damn
  • Damnation
  • Blast
  • Hell

FAQ's

Is it borther or bother?

The correct word is bother

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