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Does hassle has a meaning of trouble?

I read a sentece like: A man's home is his hassle.
 

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zhengl_2000 said:
Does hassle has a meaning of trouble?

I read a sentece like: A man's home is his hassle.

A troubling chore, an annoying chore, a bothersome chore.
 

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I read a sentece like: A man's home is his hassle.[/quote]

I am not a teacher.

Did you want to say "A man's home is his castle"?
 

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No, I think he meant hassle. One could have said 'burden' too. Say, I like my home better than the author!

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Francois said:
No, I think he meant hassle. One could have said 'burden' too. Say, I like my home better than the author!

FRC


Yeah. I did mean "hassle".
 

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twostep said:
I read a sentece like: A man's home is his hassle.

I am not a teacher.

Did you want to say "A man's home is his castle"?

Excellent find, twostep. 8)

A man's castle is his hassle. :lol: 8)
 

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A man's castle is his hassle. :lol: 8)[/quote]

Yu must be remodelling a house. :wink:
 

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zhengl_2000 said:
Does hassle has a meaning of trouble?

I read a sentece like: A man's home is his hassle.

Yes. Your sentence is a great play on words: hassle for castle. :wink:
 
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