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harry

verb [T] uk   us   /ˈhær.i/ formal
to repeatedly demand something from someone, often causing them to feel worried or angry: She harried the authorities, writing letters and gathering petitions.
harried
adjective uk   us   /-id/
I saw a harried-looking mother at the checkout trying to manage two small children and a mountain of shopping.
Translations of “harry”
in Vietnamese quấy rầy…
in Spanish acosar, hostigar, atormentar…
in Thai รบกวน, ทรมาน…
in Malaysian sering mengganggu…
in French harceler…
in German quälen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不斷索求, 不斷煩擾…
in Indonesian mengganggu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不断索要, 不断烦扰…
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