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"We hired a taxi to save time and hassle."

Is it okay to use simply 'hassle'? Or, shall I write it as ' to save time & avoid hassle'?

Thanks.

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    Either is fine. (I've never heard and avoid hassle before, simply and hassle. But, even so, it's perfectly understandable.) – Jason Bassford Supports Monica May 15 at 6:31

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