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Hassle Meaning in English

Hassle Meaning in English – irritation, problem, bane of one’s life, aggro, trouble


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Definition :

  1. irritating inconvenience..
  2. An angry disturbance.

Hassle Synonyms :

Inconvenience, bother, stress, headache, pain in the butt, nuisance, pain in the neck/backside, difficulty, annoyance, vulgar slang, pain in the arse, struggle, irritation, problem, bane of one’s life, aggro, trouble, aggravation, pain,  trials and tribulations, fuss, thorn in one’s flesh/side.

Antonyms :

peace, agree, relax, support, accommodation, agreement, concur, convenience, absence of difficulty, leave alone.

Hassle in a Sentence :

  • One phone call could save a lot of hassle.
  • I don’t think it’s worth the money or the hassle.
  • I don’t feel like cooking tonight, it’s too much hassle.
  • Changing trains with all that luggage was a real hassle.
  •  She got the computer set up with no hassle at all.
  •  Send them a fax-it’s a lot less hassle than phoning.
  •  It’s a hassle having to travel with so many bags.
  • I’ve had so much hassle over this business.
  •  I always take the train – it’s less hassle than a car.
  • It saves a lot of hassle if you buy them by post.
  • Try not to get into a hassle with this guy.
  • He copped all the hassle after the accident.
  • I can’t face the hassle of moving house again.
  •  I started to get all this hassle from my boss about increasing productivity.
  • You can do without all that hassle.
  • Package holidays take all the hassle out of travel arrangements.
  • Camping holidays aren’t really worth all the hassle.
  • The secretary told me no man would hassle her boss.

Hassle Meaning in English and in Recognized sources

Hassle in Cambridge dictionaryWikipedia

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