istorbo, panggulo, pampayamot, pambuwisit, kayamut-yamot
Noun(1) (law(2) a bothersome annoying person
(1) But those for whom enjoyment develops into aggression need to be weeded out before they can start to make a nuisance of themselves.(2) Bonfires are a general nuisance and serious problem for anyone with a respiratory condition such as asthma or emphysema.(3) I live in Beckenham in an area populated by many foxes and, yes, they do sometimes make a nuisance of themselves.(4) The tort of nuisance is concerned with unlawful interference with the use or enjoyment of land.(5) I hope you're not going to make a nuisance of yourself(6) A second exception to the rule is where there is a continuing injury, such as a continuing nuisance or trespass to land.(7) But he does not have a cause of action in nuisance for his personal injury, nor for interference with his personal enjoyment.(8) it's a nuisance having all those people clomping through the house(9) The White House listens to these outraged voices but considers them more a nuisance than genuine problem.(10) The mechanically-propelled ones with an engine make a noise, are a nuisance and are dangerous.(11) In so doing they are creating a nuisance for residents, danger for themselves and a hazard for road users.(12) If the newcomers wanted to make a go of it here and did not make a nuisance of themselves, they could be Australians.(13) To some of us the rain is merely a nuisance or an inconvenience.(14) Many felt it would be a nuisance and potentially dangerous.(15) It is no good merely viewing the young as a nuisance and a difficulty, especially when most of them are no such thing at all.(16) The nuisance and bother that raises its head time and time again in Portlaoise did so again over the weekend.
(1) public nuisance :: pampublikong istorbo
1. annoyance ::
2. inconvenience ::
3. bore ::
4. bother ::
5. irritation ::
6. problem ::
7. trouble ::
8. trial ::
9. burden ::
10. pest ::
11. plague ::
13. pain ::
14. pain in the neck ::
sakit sa leeg
15. hassle ::
16. bind ::
17. drag ::
18. chore ::
19. aggravation ::
20. headache ::
sakit ng ulo
21. nudnik ::
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long enough to become a NUISANCE.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 5
a NUISANCE, an encumbrance
or an encroachment,
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 14
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