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Hassle Definition & Meaning


Hassle Definition & Meaning

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It's not really, but it's almost there and we are trying to bring this car to the road -- but it's a big hassle to be honest because we have so many new technologies in the car that the technical advisory guys are skeptical.

It would be a huge hassle to switch, and so most people just don't.

Description: There are obviously specific signs for many words available in sign language that are more appropriate for daily usage.

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    hassle noun [ C ] infml us / ˈhæs·əl / a situation that causes difficulty or trouble, or an argument: Bad weather was the major hassle during our trip. I got into a hassle with my father about being late. hassle verb [ T ] us / ˈhæs·əl / infml The kids keep hassling me about going to Disney World.
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    has·sle. n. 1. An argument or a fight. 2. Trouble; bother. To argue or fight: customers hassling with merchants over high prices. To bother or harass: street gangs hassling passersby. [From American dialectal (Southeast) hassle, to pant (as from exertion), perhaps of imitative origin or akin to British dialectal hassle, to hack at, saw away at.
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    The noun hassle can also refer to an argument or a scuffle. If you get into a hassle at school, you're likely to be called into the principal's office. As a verb, hassle means to annoy or harass repeatedly or chronically. If a bully is constantly hassling you, you should report them. Definitions of hassle noun disorderly fighting
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    The definition of hassle in Dictionary is as: Trouble, bother, unwanted annoyances or problems. Meaning of hassle for the defined word. Grammatically, this word hassle is a noun, more specifically, a countable noun.
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    In lieu of calling someone an ***hole. When said with careful inflection, the intention can be conveyed. May aslo be used to ecape consequences of calling someone an ***hole.
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