Portuguese translation of 'infuriating'
de dar raiva, enfurecedor(a)
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Example Sentences Including 'infuriating'
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For the last week Larry had been turning their lives upside down with a new obsession involving the occult and it was infuriating her.YELLOW BIRD (2002)
No, I still think that's the most infuriating sentence St Paul ever wroteABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2002)
It would be humiliating for her ladyship and infuriating for her.THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY (2002)
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'infuriating' in Other Languages
British English: infuriating /ɪnˈfjʊərɪeɪtɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is infuriating annoys you very much.
Modern life can be so infuriating.
- American English: infuriating
- Arabic: مُثِيرٌ لِلْغَضَبِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: enfurecedor
- Chinese: 令人发怒的
- Croatian: takav da razbjesni
- Czech: nesnesitelný k vzteku
- Danish: irriterende
- Dutch: razend makend
- European Spanish: exasperante
- Finnish: raivostuttava
- French: exaspérant
- German: ärgerlich
- Greek: εξοργιστικός
- Italian: furibondo
- Japanese: 人を憤慨させる
- Korean: 격분시키는
- Norwegian: fryktelig irriterende
- Polish: rozwścieczony
- European Portuguese: enfurecedor
- Romanian: enervant
- Russian: вызывающий ярость
- Spanish: exasperante
- Swedish: fruktansvärt irriterande
- Thai: ทำให้โกรธเป็นไฟ
- Turkish: çileden çıkaran
- Ukrainian: обурливий
- Vietnamese: làm điên tiết
Translation of infuriating from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary