bother about (something)

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bother about (something)

To expend one's energy considering or addressing some issue. Often used in the negative to convey the opposite. Oh, don't bother about that commotion—things are always falling off the shelves in our basement.
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bother about something

to care about something; to take the trouble to deal with something. Please don't bother about this mess. I'll clean it up. Don't bother about it.
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Alison Jackson added: "I am not bothered about it. There have been no problems while it was being put up."
Everything was paid for and it's cost me pounds 200 but it was not the money I'm bothered about it's missing the match.