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an inconvenience: a problem, a trouble, a bother, not suited to one's comfort or purpose
I don't want to cause you any inconvenience.

to inconvenience: to bother, to trouble, to divert someone from their plans
Am I inconveniencing you or are you free?

inconvenient: bothersome, inopportune, impractical
If it's not too inconvenient, could we postpone the meeting one hour?


  • "It is important that you never tell them that they are wrong, but apologize for their inconvenience and assure them that you will do everything in your power to accommodate them."
  • "Again, please accept my sincerest apologies for this inconvenience."
  • "But seriously, I hope Bruno wasn't too inconvenienced."
  • "Edward : Just send the package back and we will ship out a replacement immediately, along with a complimentary bottle of TigerLily to show that we are truly sorry about any inconvenience caused."

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