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annoyed

adjective uk   /əˈnɔɪd/ us  
B1 angry: I was so annoyed with him for turning up late. He was annoyed at the way she tried to take over the whole meeting. My parents were rather annoyed (that) I hadn't told them about the accident. She was annoyed to discover that her husband had taken her car keys.
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in Korean 짜증난…
in Arabic مُنْزَعِج…
in Portuguese aborrecido, irritado, incomodado…
in Catalan molest, enutjat…
in Japanese いらいらした, むっとした…
in Italian seccato, scocciato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生氣的,煩惱的…
in Russian раздраженный…
in Turkish kızgın, rahatsız…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生气的,烦恼的…
in Polish zły…
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