Synonyms of inconvenience in English:

inconvenience

noun

  • 2 his early arrival was clearly an inconvenience to his hosts
    nuisance, trouble, bother, source of disruption/vexation/irritation/annoyance, vexation, worry, trial, tribulation, bind, pest, bore, plague, irritant, thorn in someone's flesh, cross to bear, the bane of someone's life, burden, hindrance, problem
    informal headache, pain, pain in the neck, pain in the backside, drag, aggravation, hassle
    North American informal pain in the butt, burr under/in someone's saddle
    Australian/New Zealand informal nark
    British informal , • dated blister
    vulgar slang pain in the arse
    his early arrival was clearly an inconvenience to his hosts
    [Antonyms] convenience

verb

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  • the general public was not greatly inconvenienced by the demonstration
    trouble, bother, put out, put someone to trouble, be a problem to, disrupt, be a nuisance to, disadvantage, cause someone difficulty, impose on, burden, harass, plague, beset, embarrass, disturb; vex, worry, annoy, upset, irritate
    informal hassle
    Australian/New Zealand informal heavy
    rare discommode
    the general public was not greatly inconvenienced by the demonstration
    [Antonyms] help

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