annoyance Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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annoyancenoun

uk   us   /əˈnɔɪ.əns/
C1 [U] the ​feeling or ​state of being ​annoyed: I can ​understandyour annoyance - I'd be ​furious if she ​evertreated me like that. (Much) toour annoyance, (= we were very ​annoyed that) we couldn't ​see anything from the back ​row of the ​theatre. [C] something that makes you ​annoyed: One of the ​greatest annoyances was being ​bitten by ​mosquitoes every ​night.
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