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Definition of hassle noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



    [countable, uncountable] (informal)
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  1. 1a situation that is annoying because it involves doing something difficult or complicated that needs a lot of effort It's a hassle having to travel with so many bags. Send them an e-mail—it's a lot less hassle than calling. legal hassles
  2. 2a situation in which people disagree, argue, or annoy you Do as you're told and don't give me any hassle! Try not to get into a hassle with this guy.
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