break in on
I'm sorry to bother you, but could you tell me the way to the station?
He did not care to be disturbed.
I won't presume to disturb you.
He left the phone off the hook so that he wouldn't be disturbed.
He disconnected the phone so as not to be disturbed.
I'm sorry to trouble you, but I wondered if we could have a word some time.
He never lets anything come between him and his daily work.
I demand a reason for this interruption.
I let them go out lest I should be bothered.
Please do not disturb us when we are working.
The manager will be angry if you disturb him when he's in conference.
Don't disturb him in his work.
I intended to visit him, but I was afraid I would disturb him.
Do I disturb you?
So I say them. Like the time someone bothered me in the street thinking I was oneof them.
Because I can move around well in the air, few other animals really bother me.
I hate to bother you, but could you give me your phone number again?
Sorry to have bothered you.
It does exactly what an RSS reader should do – gives you the info you wantwithout interrupting your browsing.
But “when push comes to shove, you always have to be bothered.
From morning until night I would have time to confront it. It was just me and theborder — without anyone interrupting my thoughts.
Defining a separate use case for each report helps you to find the rightstakeholder — and not to bother other stakeholders.
Disturb it as little as possible.
You have to find your own groove, but chances are that you have to tell peoplewhat you think if you’ve got a small crowd bothering you all the time.
It made no sense to me. All the rage he had displayed before had not disturbedme, and I had no reason to be afraid, for he was half my size and twice my age.
If you have family or friends in the house when you write, establish some ground rules early on and tell them to disturb you only in an emergency.
I want to think quietly, calmly, spaciously, never to be interrupted, never to haveto rise from my chair, to slip easily from one thing to another, without any sense ofhostility, or obstacle.
Sorry to interrupt you.