not bother with

See: disregard
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BURGLARY victims did not bother with Christmas presents this year because they did not want to leave anything of value in their home, a court heard.
You wonder why people do not bother with public transport.
The play does not bother with the pesky asterisk next to Billy Bishop's name in the history books: Of the 72 German aircraft he says he shot down, some were never corroborated.
He assumes from the start that there is no relationship between inside and out, so he does not bother with the space planning of the flats.
In other words, free to design great clothes and not bother with the managerial duties that often bogged him down when he was heading up his own company.
Isermann's quilt designs recall the simplicity of those used by the Amish, but he does not bother with solid-color cotton chintz; rather, he chooses brashly patterned, screaming artificial and natural fibers.