Meaning of “annoyed” in the English Dictionary

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"annoyed" in British English

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uk /əˈnɔɪd/ us /əˈnɔɪd/

B1 angry:

I was so annoyed with him for turning up late.
He was annoyed at the way she tried to take over the whole meeting.
My parents were rather annoyed (that) I hadn't told them about the accident.
She was annoyed to discover that her husband had taken her car keys.

More examples

  • She was so annoyed she wouldn't even wave goodbye to us.
  • I was annoyed to discover that I'd left my bag behind .
  • You're right to be annoyed - you've been treated very badly.
  • He's really annoyed with me for leaving without him.
  • What made me most annoyed was their selfish attitude.

(Definition of “annoyed” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)