We don't want to hassle with all that waiting in line.
We've had nothing but hassle with it.
[noun] - INFORMAL- a situation that causes difficulty or trouble and annoys you
cooperation with AM is real hassle
there won't be any hassle theregsce englishDodatkowe słownictworick i mortyANGIELSKI - LEKCJA 33SGH angielski semestr IVb
(...) "the valiant way in which she was facing her predicament".
I'm in a terrible predicament.
I'm not sure how we found ourselves in this predicament.
She started, as though she had thought she was completely alone in her predicament.
[noun] - an unpleasant situation that is difficult to get out ofsemestr 2 -1Unit 1 V. Hale
I can understand her annoyance - I'd be furious if I found a hair in my soup.
Much to my annoyance, the train had just left when I got to the station.
Our teacher showed her annoyance by giving us more homework.
To her surprise and annoyance Lisa found that the others had gone without her.
a state of being irritated or angryword formationInformatic article part 1
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[noun] - something or someone that annoys you or causes you trouble
pain in the neck
something that is annoying and is a continuing problemTeraz matura