save someone the trouble/bother

Definition of save someone the trouble/bother

  1. :  to do something so that someone else does not have to do it I'll make the appointment for you to save you the trouble/bother.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  to deliver from sin

    :  to rescue or deliver from danger or harm

    :  to preserve or guard from injury, destruction, or loss

  1. :  a play that prevents an opponent from scoring or winning

    :  the action of a relief pitcher in baseball in successfully protecting a team's lead

    :  official credit for a save

  1. :  other than :  but, except

  1. :  except for the fact that :  only

    :  but, except

  1. :  some person :  somebody

  1. :  to agitate mentally or spiritually :  worry, disturb

    :  mistreat, oppress

    :  to produce physical disorder in :  afflict

  1. :  the quality or state of being troubled especially mentally

    :  public unrest or disturbance

    :  an instance of trouble

  1. :  to annoy especially by petty provocation :  irk

    :  to intrude upon :  pester

    :  to cause to be somewhat anxious or concerned

  1. :  a state of petty discomfort, annoyance, or worry

    :  something that causes petty annoyance or worry

    :  fuss, inconvenience

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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