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harassverb [T]

us   /həˈræs, ˈhær·əs/
to annoy or trouble someone repeatedly: He claimed that the police continued to harass foreign journalists. She felt she was being harassed by the coach’s constant demands.
(Definition of harass from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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harassverb [T]

uk   /ˈhærəs, həˈræs/ us  
to repeatedly annoy or upset someone over a period of time: A university psychology professor has been arrested on accusations of using email to harass and torment employees at the school.be harrassed by sb She complained of being harassed by the press.
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