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How do you say this another way? I don't want to be a hassle. Does it mean, I don't want to bother you. / I don't want to trouble you.
Nov 11, 2019 6:58 PM
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I don’t want to be a bother. I don’t want to be a bother to you. I don’t want to put you out.
November 12, 2019
To me, both of those options are similar. But yes, both of those have a similar meaning to 'be a hassle'. Although perhaps it is more 'bother/trouble you more than necessary', since by asking the question, you have already bothered/troubled the person somewhat. I don't want to bother you too much.
November 11, 2019
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