|belästigen englanniksi||solicit de, beleaguer de, hound de, bother de, annoy de, trouble de, harass de, molest de, badger de, importune de, heckle de|
: to solicit alms, or a favour
*: I view my crime, but kindle at the view, / Repent old pleasures, and solicit new.
*: Did I solicit thee From darkness to promote me?
*: That fruit ... solicited her longing eye.
*: Sounds and some tangible qualities solicit their proper senses, and force an entrance to the mind.
: If you want to lose your virginity, you should try to solicit some fine looking women.
: My girlfriend tried to solicit me for sex, but I was tired.
*: Should / My brother henceforth study to forget / The vow that he hath made thee, I would ever / Solicit thy deserts.
*: Hath any ill solicited thine ears?
*: But anxious fears solicit my weak breast.
*: On the way out of the building I was asked for my autograph. If Id known who the signature hound thought I was, I wouldve signed appropriately.
*: I still do not know if hes taken on this case because hes a glory hound, because he wants the PR, or if he simply wanted to help Anna.
*: "Are you alone, Goodson? ... I thought, perhaps, that the ... young woman, Goodson, who supplanted Mary?"...
*: "She had a good many successors, John."
*: "You are such a hound, in that respect, Goodson," said Claywell, "and you have always been such a hound, that it astounds me to find you—unaccompanied."
*: Boy! false hound!
*: You blackmailing hound, the parrot said distinctly, in what Hodges recognized as General Derbys voice. Anstruther turned pale.
: He hounded me for weeks, but I was simply unable to pay back his loan.
: Would it bother you if I smoked?
: Why do I even bother to try?
*: without bothering about it
: You didnt even bother to close the door.
: There was a bit of bother at the hairdressers when they couldnt find my appointment in the book.
: Yes, I can do that for you - its no bother.
*: "Oh, help!" said Pooh. "Id better go back."
*: "Oh, bother!" said Pooh. "I shall have to go on."
*: "I cant do either!" said Pooh. "Oh, help and bother!"
*: Say, what can more our tortured souls annoy / Than to behold, admire, and lose our joy?
: ux|en|Marc loved his sister, but when she annoyed him he wanted to switch her off.
: to annoy an army by impeding its march, or by a cannonade
*: tapers put into lanterns or sconces of several-coloured, oiled paper, that the wind might not annoy them
*: I merveyle me wonder faste / How ony man may lyve or laste / In such peyne and such brennyng, / [...] In such annoy contynuely.
*: We that suffer long annoy / Are contented with a thought / Through an idle fancy wrought: / O let my joys have some abiding!
*: if she says he was defeated, why he had better a great deal have been defeated, than give her a moments annoy.
*: Sleepe in Peace, and wake in Ioy, / Good Angels guard thee from the Boares annoy [...].
*: The home far and away, the distance where lives joy, / The cure, at once and ever, of world and worlds annoy [...].
: ux|en|He was in trouble when the rain started.
*: Lest the fiend ... some new trouble raise.
*: Foul whisperings are abroad; unnatural deeds / Do breed unnatural troubles.
: ux|en|The trouble was a leaking brake line. The trouble with that suggestion is that we lack the funds to put it in motion. The bridge column magnified the trouble with a slight tilt in the wrong direction.
: ux|en|the troubles in Northern Ireland
*: She never took the trouble to close them.
*: Indeed, by the report of our elders, this nervous preparation for old age is only trouble thrown away.
: ux|en|Its no trouble for me to edit it.
: ux|en|Hes been in hospital with some heart trouble. My old car has engine trouble.
: ux|en|He had some trouble with the law.
*: An angel went down at a certain season into the pool, and troubled the water.
*: God looking forth will trouble all his host.
*: Now is my soul troubled.
*: Take the boy to you; he so troubles me / Tis past enduring.
*: Never trouble yourself about those faults which age will cure.
: Question 3 in the test is troubling me.
: I will not trouble you to deliver the letter.
*: Why trouble about the future? It is wholly uncertain.
*: In my old home, I always knew that John and my master were my friends; but here, although in many ways I was well treated, I had no friend. York might have known, and very likely did know, how that rein harassed me; but I suppose he took it as a matter of course that could not be helped; at any rate nothing was done to relieve me.
: [[:w:Nazis|Nazis]] and their sympathizers harassed [[:w:Jews|Jews]] and [[:w:Gypsies|Gypsies]] in the early 1940s.
*: They have molested the church with needless opposition.
: He kept badgering her about her bad habits.
*: To deliberate, be it but in slight matters, doth importune me.
*: You were kneeld to, and importund otherwise / By all of us;nb....
*: Their ministers and residents here have perpetually importuned the court with unreasonable demands.
*: It importunes death.
*: And therewithall he fiercely at him flew, / And with importune outrage him assayld [...].
*: And their importune fates all satisfied.
*: Of all other affections it [envy] is the most importune and continual.
: Promise that you wont heckle me after my performance.