- vt. 找麻烦，搅扰；与…争辩；使…烦恼
- n. 困难，麻烦；激战
- vi. 争论，争辩
- n. (Hassle)人名；(瑞典)哈斯勒
1、haggle + tussle.
- hassle (n.)
- "fuss, trouble," 1945, American English (in "Down Beat" magazine), perhaps from U.S. Southern dialectal hassle "to pant, breathe noisily" (1928), of unknown origin; or perhaps from hatchel "to harass" (1800), which may be a variant of hazel, the name of the plant that furnished switches for whippings. Noted in 1946 as a show biz vogue word.
- hassle (v.)
- 1951, from hassle (n.). Related: Hassled; hassling.
- 1. Weddings are so much hassle that you need a good break afterwards.
- 2. I don't think it's worth the money or the hassle.
- 3. He doesn't want the hassle all over again.
- 4. Send them an email—it's a lot less hassle than phoning.
- 5. I have decided what to do, please do not give me any hassle about it.
- 我已经决定怎么做, 你用不着跟我唠叨.
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