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"She did that work,much to her bother".
we use the expression 'much to her bother' to mean she was bothered about it.But if we want to mean the opposite of it( she was not bothered about it)then what should we use 'less to her bother'.like-Do whatever you like,less to my bother(I am not bothered).
Last edited by 5jj; 31-Aug-2013 at 08:03. Reason: typo
I have come across this expression in newspaper "much to her bother".But I am not clear about the second one,I guess it should be "little to her bother"
These are natural: Much to her amazement, amusement, annoyance, astonishment, chagrin, delight, dismay, distress, horror, relief, satisfaction, surprise.
These are not: Much to her bother, little to her [anything].