[ uhn-both-erd ]
/ ʌnˈbɒð ərd /


not experiencing mental or physical discomfort: He was unbothered by the cold.He was unbothered about not being picked for the team.
Slang. indifferent to criticism or negative comments; not annoyed or provoked: She was unbothered by her many haters.They swear they’re unbothered, but they care.

Origin of unbothered

First recorded in 1900–10; un-1 + bother + -ed2
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