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nag
British English: /naɡ/
American English: /næɡ/

Translation of nag in French:

noun

transitive verb p prés etc -gg-

  • 1 (pester)
    (informal) (person) about au sujet de
    he's been nagging me for a new bike
    il m'enquiquine (informal) pour que je lui achète un nouveau vélo
    to nag somebody into doing
    enquiquiner (informal) quelqu'un pour qu'il/elle fasse

intransitive verb p prés etc -gg-

  • 1 (moan)
    faire des remarques continuelles
    stop nagging!
    arrête de m'enquiquiner (informal)!
    all you do is nag!
    tu n'arrêtes pas de m'enquiquiner (informal)!
    to nag at somebody
    enquiquiner (informal) quelqu'un
    to nag at somebody to do
    enquiquiner (informal) quelqu'un pour qu'il/elle fasse
  • 2 (niggle)to nag (away) at somebody
    (pain)
    harceler quelqu'un
    (conscience, worry)
    travailler quelqu'un

also: nagging present participle adjective

  • (niggling)
    (pain, doubt, suspicion)
    (problem)
    I still had a nagging doubt
    le soupçon continuait à me travailler

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