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annoy
American English: /əˈnɔɪ/
British English: /əˈnɔɪ/

Translation of annoy in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • 1.1 (irritate, bother) his silence was beginning to annoy me
    su silencio estaba empezando a molestarme or irritarme
    Example sentences
    • I accepted the decision - what annoyed me most was how no one had the decency to say thanks for what I'd done for the club.
    • This song annoyed me the very minute I first heard it.
    • It is up to him as to whether he wants to annoy 51 % of the population.
    1.2 (anger) See examples: it annoys me to think that …
    me da mucha rabia pensar que …

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