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vexationnoun

uk   us   /vekˈseɪ.ʃən/ formal
[U] worry or anger: After several unsuccessful attempts to start his car, he swore in vexation. [C] something that is worrying or annoying
Translations of “vexation”
in Chinese (Traditional) 煩惱, 苦惱, 令人焦慮(或惱火)的事…
in Chinese (Simplified) 烦恼, 苦恼, 令人焦虑(或恼火)的事…
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