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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “annoy”

annoy

verb [T]
 
 
/əˈnɔɪ/
to make someone angry
煩擾,打攪,使煩惱
Tim really annoyed me in the meeting this morning.
在今天上午的會上,蒂姆真是把我氣壞了。
I'm sorry - is my cough annoying you?
對不起,我咳嗽打擾你了吧?
[+ that] It annoys me that she just expects us to help.
她只是眼巴巴地指望我們去幫她,我真是氣得慌。
It really annoys me when people expect me to tip as well as pay a service charge in a restaurant.
在飯店裡,付了服務費後他們還想要小費,這很讓我惱火。
Causing feelings of anger and displeasure
(Definition of annoy from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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