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  1. hassle

    • IPA[ˈhasl]

    英式

    • n.
      irritating inconvenience;deliberate harassment
    • v.
      subject (someone) to harassment or pressure to do something; harass or pester
    • verb: hassle, 3rd person present: hassles, gerund or present participle: hassling, past tense: hassled, past participle: hassled

    • noun: hassle, plural noun: hassles

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    • 1. subject (someone) to harassment or pressure to do something; harass or pester you want to sit and relax and not get hassled they were hassling him to pay up
    • adj.
      strained on account of being harassed or pestered: she gave him a hassled smile he looks hassled and a little tired

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      strained on account of being harassed or pestered: she gave him a hassled smile he looks hassled and a little tired

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈhas(ə)l]

    美式

    • n.
      irritating inconvenience: all the hassle involved in travel it seems to me life today is such a hassle
    • v.
      subject (someone) to harassment or pressure to do something; harass or pester: you want to sit and relax and not get hassled they were hassling him to pay up

    Oxford American Dictionary