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Translation of "annoy" - English-Spanish dictionary

annoy

verb   /əˈnɔɪ/
B1 to make someone a little angry molestar He’s always late and it’s starting to annoy me.
(Definition of annoy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

annoy

verb /əˈnoi/
to make (someone) rather angry or impatient molestar, importunar Please go away and stop annoying me!
annoyance noun
the state of being annoyed irritación, contrariedad He was red in the face with annoyance.
something which annoys molestia That noise has been an annoyance to me for weeks!
annoyed adjective
made angry irritada, contrariada My mother is annoyed with me He was annoyed at her remarks.
annoying adjective
molesto, irritante annoying habits.
annoyingly adverb
de modo irritante Annoyingly, I just missed the bus.
(Definition of annoy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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