make a nuisance of oneself


make a nuisance of oneself
act in a bothersome way, annoy others, disturb other people

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • make a nuisance of oneself — {v. phr.} To constantly bother others. * /The screaming kids made a nuisance of themselves around the swimming pool./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • make a nuisance of oneself — {v. phr.} To constantly bother others. * /The screaming kids made a nuisance of themselves around the swimming pool./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • make\ a\ nuisance\ of\ oneself — v. phr. To constantly bother others. The screaming kids made a nuisance of themselves around the swimming pool …   Словарь американских идиом

  • nuisance — n. 1) to cause, create a nuisance 2) to make a nuisance of oneself 3) a confounded, damned, perpetual nuisance 4) a public nuisance 5) a nuisance to 6) a nuisance to + inf. (it was a nuisance to move during the semester) 7) a nuisance that (it s… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • meddle — (v.) early 14c., to mingle, blend, mix, from O.N.Fr. medler (O.Fr. mesler, 12c., Mod.Fr. mêler) to mix, mingle, to meddle, from V.L. *misculare (source of Prov. mesclar, Sp. mezclar, It. mescolare, meschiare), from L. miscere to mix (see MIX (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • безобразничать — БЕЗОБРАЗНИЧАТЬ, несов., без доп. Разг. Вести себя возмутительно, некрасиво, непристойно; Син.: бесчинствовать, озорничать, хулиганить [impf. coll. to carry on disgracefully, outrageously, make a nuisance of oneself; to get up to mischief]. В… …   Большой толковый словарь русских глаголов

  • humbug — /ˈhʌmbʌg / (say humbug) noun 1. Obsolete a deluding trick; a hoax; a fraud. 2. a quality of falseness or deception. 3. someone who seeks to impose deceitfully upon others; cheat; impostor. 4. Aboriginal English an annoying action: stop that… …   Australian English dictionary

  • bother — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. nuisance, annoyance; trouble; perplexity, worry. v. t. irritate, pester, worry. See pain, adversity, discontent. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Trouble or worry] Syn. vexation, fuss, inconvenience, anxiety;… …   English dictionary for students

  • bother — [n] trouble, inconvenience ado, aggravation, annoyance, anxiety, bellyache*, botheration, bustle, care, concern, difficulty, distress, drag*, exasperation, flurry, fuss, headache*, irritant, irritation, molestation, nudge, nuisance, pain, pain in …   New thesaurus

  • Dialer — A dialer (American English) or dialler (British English) is an electronic device that is connected to a telephone line to monitor the dialed numbers and alter them to seamlessly provide services that otherwise require lengthy access codes to be… …   Wikipedia


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