annoyance, bore, bother, drag (informal) gall, hassle (informal) inconvenience, infliction, irritation, offence, pain in the arse (taboo informal) pain in the backside, pain in the butt (informal) pain in the neck, pest, plague, problem, trouble, vexation
benefit, blessing, delight, happiness, joy, pleasure, satisfaction
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nuisance ( nuisances plural ) If you say that someone or something is a nuisance, you mean that they annoy you or cause you a lot of problems. n-count usu sing
(=pain) He could be a bit of a nuisance when he was drunk..., Sorry to be a nuisance. If someone makes a nuisance of themselves, they behave in a way that annoys other people.
make a nuisance of oneself phrase V and N inflect He spent three days making an absolute nuisance of himself.
public nuisance ( public nuisances plural ) If something or someone is, or causes, a public nuisance, they break the law by harming or annoying members of the public. (LEGAL) n-count usu sing
...the 45-day jail sentence he received for causing a public nuisance after taking part in a demonstration..., Back in the 1980s drug users were a public nuisance in Zurich.
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